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Back on the podcast where Daniel Schoonover, founder of iWinks, and I get together for a chat about the Aurora, kickstarter campaigns, lucid dreaming in mainstream media and more.
The following is an interview with Dr. Ursula Voss, lead researcher in the latest study of induction of lucid dreams through low current stimulation. This interview was conducted over several emails and I have edited it minimally for readability. read more…
A mini episode to get back into recording mode. Reflections on the podcast itself, follow up on last episode, app recommendation, book recommendation, feedback and a bunch of little things. This is a smorgasbord episode.
Conversation with Special Guest Andrew Holececk, an Author and Dream Yoga teacher, about Dream Yoga, Sleep Yoga and Lucid Dreaming as a path to awakening.
- Dream Yoga – The Tibetan Path of Awakening Through Lucid Dreaming: on Sounds True, Amazon or Audible
- Meditation in the iGeneration: How to Meditate in a World of Speed and Stress
- The Power And The Pain: Transforming Spiritual Hardship Into Joy
- Global Dental Relief
- Ken Wilber Stops His Brainwaves Video
This episode is a companion episode to my article The Future of Lucid Dreaming, in which I attempt to predict or envision the coming developments and advancements in the world of lucid dreaming.
Its unclear when the phenomena of Lucid Dreaming started in human history but since lucid dreaming often occurs naturally (mostly in childhood), it is very likely it may have existed as ever since regular dreams have emerged in our biological and mental evolution. But we do know that lucid dreaming as a practice, has existed for thousands of years. Dream Yoga, a Tibetan Buddhist practice, has mentions going back to around 1000 BC and is still taught today in several lineages. There are mentions of awareness in dreams throughout the centuries in the west by various philosophers and writers, and eventually, two experiments in 1975 and 1978 have provided proof and it was finally accepted by the scientific community as well. The history of dream lucidity can help us both in practice and in research to understand this phenomena better. read more…
In this episode I discuss the biggest news in the science of lucid dreaming since the 70’s. How lucid dreams can be induced by an electrical current and the device I am working to do just that. Also follow-up on my second supplements experiment.
In this episode I discuss lucid dreaming activities. The basic and common tourist activities and the involved, complex and mind bending “resident” activities. Also follow-up on my first supplements experiment.
Made it to episode 10! This episode is the first in a series of episodes about supplements and herbs for aiding in lucid dreaming. I talk about various components, their effect on the brain and how they might work in helping achieve lucidity.