Imaginative Flow   

The dream state is a biologically necessary (yet as of now still largely mysterious) process that has been venerated for all of recorded human history. When developed, it becomes a crucial and unfathomably deep source of wisdom and insight. Dreams deserve a vast amount of respect and reverence, as they are a resource that remains unmatched in modern psychology and phenomenology.

This skill has a long and deep history, especially in Tibetan Buddhism. Depths untapped by our normal state of wakefulness can be reached directly from the lucid dreaming state, and miraculous insights and expansive communion with who we really are can find connection within us.

While lucid dreaming has been reported for millennia, it finally made its big break into the scientific mainstream with Stephen LaBerge's work back in 1980s. [1]



All acquired skills that are useful in hypnosis

become highly optimized in the lucid dream,

but the two most important variables are:

1) The ability to recognize the dream

as it is happening in real time

2) The knowledge/intuition of what to

do once there, so that we may take

advantage of the opportunity to

explore our minds with high focus

and skillful discernment.

Unless one is a natural lucid dreamer

(yes these lucky people do exist), learning

to become lucid in dreams is a highly

dynamic and subtle discipline, and while

it does requires real commitment and

time from your day, the rewards are

beyond all imagining.

In sessions, we will go deep into the theory, practice, and fruits of lucid dreaming, and we

can actually use various psychological techniques to create 'waking lucid dreams' that will

enable you to practice and refine these instincts so that when the lights go out and you're

snoozing away in your bed, your mind can dive deep into the majestic landscape that

is the dream world.

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