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On the surface, lucid dreaming seems deceptively simple – a paradoxical state in which you know you are dreaming, while you are dreaming. There, you can create and experience worlds beyond your wildest imagination all in the safety of your subconscious mind.
Historically though, experienced lucid dreamers have used lucid dreaming as an expressway to greater spiritual development, self-realization and direct access to creativity’s source. The Indian Buddhist yogi, Naropa, suggested that the main technique of dream yoga, lucid dreaming, provided serious students one of the six pathways to enlightenment.
Scientifically validated for thirty years, recent neuroscientists have deemed lucid dreaming a “hybrid state of consciousness” since the dreaming brain and portions of the waking/conscious brain show simultaneous activation. Your conscious mind and your subconscious mind join in a shared creative collaboration, or a unique hybrid state of consciousness.
Author, Robert Waggoner, successfully taught himself how to lucid dream in 1975, and since then, has logged more than one thousand lucid dreams. Come and learn how to create a stable lucid dream, so you can explore the beauty, creativity and infinite knowing of the subconscious mind.
Robert Waggoner is author of Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self, and a past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD). For the last ten years, he has been co-editor of the online magazine, The Lucid Dream Exchange, the only ongoing publication devoted specifically to lucid dreaming. Robert conducts on-line workshops with GlideWing Productions and speaks at colleges and conferences worldwide.
Saturday, June 30th, 3pm - 6pmâ¨ $65 Includes dinner & Full Moon ceremony