Stephen LaBerge offers techniques to use while in the state of lucid dreaming. This video is an excerpt from SAND Anthology Vol. 5: http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/product/science-and-nonduality-anthology-volume-5/ Dr. Stephen LaBerge is a world renowned expert on lucid dreaming. His groundbreaking research at Stanford University demonstrated the validity of lucid dreaming to the scientific world, and his books Lucid Dreaming and Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming are best sellers. Dr. LaBerge is a dynamic speaker, known for his humor and ability to stimulate thought and to make scientific concepts relevant to the individual. Through the years his research team has developed highly effective techniques, including technological aids, for building lucid dreaming skills. LaBerge also has extensive personal experience with lucid dreaming, having learned to have lucid dreams at will. He is an unabashed advocate of lucid dreaming, believing that the world would be a better place if more people developed the art. http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/the-lucidity-institute.html
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http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/ Maurizio Benazzo(SAND co-founder) in conversation with Stephen LaBerge. Stephen LaBerge is the first scientist to empirically prove the existence of lucid dreaming. His work has developed this technique into a powerful tool for studying mind-body relationships in the dream state, and he has demonstrated the potential for lucid dreaming in the fields of psychotherapy and psychosomatic medicine. His books Lucid Dreaming, Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming, and Conscious Mind, Sleeping Brain, have received enormous popular interest. He is the founder of The Lucidity Institute an organization that promotes research into lucid dreaming, and offers courses on how to achieve a lucid dream. lucidity.com
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http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/ A panel with Alan Wallace, Stephen LaBerge, Fariba Bogzaran and moderated by Daniel Deslauriers. What do Eastern and Western philosophy, neuroscience and phenomenology have to say about the experience of lucid dreaming? Can lucid dreaming contribute to how we understand consciousness and the sense of self? Each of the discussants brings a particular inflection to the study of lucid dreaming through their personal experience and professional roles, together combining scientific research, contemplative practices and creative phenomenology. In this dialogue we explore how these disciplines help us to understand the nature of consciousness, in waking and in sleep.
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Is Lucid dream for anyone? How did Dr Stephen LaBerge start his journey of lucid dream? What is the real benefit of practicing lucid dream ? Video part 1: Dr. Stephen LaBerge, a world-renowned expert on lucid dreaming, has pioneered the scientific study of the topic. He has had more than 30 years of relevant personal and professional experience, having earned his Ph.D. in Psychophysiology from Stanford University in 1980 for his seminal laboratory research on lucid dreaming. His contributions to lucid dreaming methodology include developing lucid dream induction techniques (e.g., MILD, the counting technique for falling asleep consciously, and the sleep interruption technique (WBTB)), the spinning and hand-rubbing techniques for stabilizing lucid dreams, and various lucid dream induction devices such as the DreamLight and NovaDreamer. His scientific contributions include using eye-movement signals to prove the reality of lucid dreams, characterizing the basic physiology of lucid dreams (and coining the terms DILD and WILD), and showing through a variety of experiments that lucid dream actions affect the brain (and to a lesser extent the body) as-if they were actually happening. Dr. LaBerge’s recent research shows how the phenomenon of lucid dreaming sheds light on the nature of consciousness, viewing consciousness as the dream of what happens, with perception and dreaming essentially differing only by the presence or absence of sensory constraints. From - http://humanitiesinmedicine.org/dr-stephen-laberge/
This video documents a presentation by Dr. Stephen LaBerge on lucid dreaming at the symposium on "Sleep, Consciousness and Lucid Dreaming" in Austin, Texas, which occurred on Saturday, May 14, 2016. The symposium explores realms of human life accessible to all of us every day including – as well as apart from – the default mode of “here and now.” We are all conscious beings. We sleep every day – and, apart from our often longing for sleep, we hardly think about it except when it goes wrong. And nowadays, sleep “goes wrong” so often. The symposium starts by taking a more profound look at human sleep, and examines how it goes right, why it goes wrong, and what may be done about this. It then opens the door to a presentation on consciousness, including some of the latest research on this obscure, often taken-for-granted phenomena. Yes, we are conscious, but what does that mean. Our “consciousness” … is it always a consciousness of something? Is it our mode of access? A neurophysiological phenomena? An impenetrable mystery? And, looking at all of this, where does investigating the relationship of mind to brain take us? And what of the remarkable phenomena of lucid dreaming? Lucid dreams are dreams in which the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming. And furthermore, lucid dreamers can exert a degree of control over the characters, narrative, and environment of these dreams. Can all of us experience such lucid dreams? And furthermore, can we all learn to have these dreams regularly, and even master the actions associated with influencing our own dreams in the directions we desire? In this symposium, three outstanding world-class guest authorities come together in Austin to address these issues: Wallace Mendelson addressed the topic of sleep, Stephen LaBerge lucid dreaming, and David Presti consciousness. Organizers: Robert Abzug, Ph.D. (UT Texas at Austin) Robert J. Barnhart (MAPS/Heffter Research Institute) Marcin Moskalewicz, Ph.D. (Texas A&M/Poznan University of Med. Sciences) Michael A. Schwartz, M.D. (Texas A&M) This Symposium is organized thanks to generous grant from Robert J. Barnhart Contact Email: [email protected] URL: http://www.humanitiesinmedicine.org/consciousness
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NOTE: This is an excerpt from the two-part, 60-minute DVD. http://www.thinkingallowed.com/2slaberge.html Lucid dreams are dreams in which you are aware that you are dreaming. Researcher LaBerge discusses techniques for inducing lucid dreams as well as some practical applications. These include anxiety reduction, practicing various skills, creative problem solving and exploring decision scenarios. Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D., is a research associate at Stanford University's sleep and dream laboratory. He is founder of the Lucidity Institute in Palo Alto, California, and is author of Lucid Dreaming and Exploring the World of Lucid Dreams.
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Our dream experiences seem so real to our sleeping minds that it is usually only after we awaken that we recognize our dreams as the mental experiences they are. Happily, there is an important exception: sometimes while dreaming, we become conscious that we are dreaming. This remarkable state of consciousness is referred to as "lucid dreaming" and is learnable and rewarding. Scientific research has proven the objective reality of lucid dreams, and has led to the development of new methods of inducing them. I will provide a brief overview of lucid dreaming, touching on techniques and technology for achieving lucid dreaming; a model of dreaming and waking consciousness; scientific research on mind-body relationships during REM sleep; and several applications of lucid dreaming — exploring consciousness, enhancing creativity, personal development and self-integration, dream yoga, and transcendent experience. Of the many applications and implications of lucid dreaming, the one of greatest, deepest meaning is its potential to stimulate spiritual awakening. Implicit in lucid dreaming is the knowledge that one is dreaming, which is to say, that one is not awake. Yet this is the paradox: as the beginning of wisdom is "to know that one knows nothing," so too, the beginning of awakening is to know that one is not awake. If we suppose we already are awake, as we do in both the dreams we call "false awakenings" and also those we do not call dreams at all, but presumptively term "waking life," how can we even frame the possibility of waking up? We already (believe) we are. Yet as both ancient Eastern spiritual teachings and recent Western psychological science agree, much of ordinary life is lived in such an automatic unconscious manner, that to say that most of us somnambulate through life seems little exaggeration. In the words of Bahauddin Naqshband (d. 1388) "Here we are all of us in a dream caravan. A caravan, but a dream. A dream, but a caravan. And we know which are the dreams. Therein lies the hope." STEPHEN LABERGE, PH.D. Founder of The Lucidity Institute Stephen LaBerge is the first scientist to empirically prove the existence of the phenomena of lucid dreaming. His work has developed this technique into a powerful tool for studying mind-body relationships in the dream state and he has demonstrated the considerable potential for lucid dreaming in the fields of psychotherapy and psychosomatic medicine. His book on the subject, Lucid Dreaming, Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming and his more academic Conscious Mind, Sleeping Brain have received enormous popular interest. He is the founder of The Lucidity Institute, an organization that promotes research into lucid dreaming, as well as running courses for the general public on how to achieve a lucid dream.
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Learn how to lucid dream in this animated book summary of Exploring The World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge. Video by OnePercentBetter. Get 2 Free Audiobooks ► http://amzn.to/2arpLT6 Get This Book ► http://amzn.to/29Vz6sl ** RESOURCES ** Subscribe For More ► http://bit.ly/1Wvllz8 Free PDF & Snapshots ► http://percentbetter.com/resources ** HIGHLIGHTS ** 0:14 - PART 1: The World of Lucid Dreaming 1:41 - PART 2: Preparation for Having Lucid Dreams 3:36 - PART 3: Lucid Dreaming Techniques (MILD and Autosuggestion) 7:07 - PART 4: Maintaining Lucidity 8:00 - PART 5: Practical Applications ** SUMMARY ** Exploring The World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge and Howard Rheingold was published in 1990. It is the most famous book on lucid dreaming to date and established an awareness of the scientific grounding of lucid dreams. It answers your questions like, 'What is lucid dreaming?', 'What are the benefits of lucid dreaming', and 'How do you lucid dream?' ** EQUIPMENT ** Software: VideoScribe ► http://bit.ly/2czqrY8 Camera: Canon T4i ► http://amzn.to/2cKptNy Microphone: Blue Yeti ► http://amzn.to/2cyBCDx Pop Filter ► http://amzn.to/2cc2xq0 ** LET'S CONNECT! ** Patreon ► http://bit.ly/2az2Msi Website ► http://bit.ly/1mSzbgf Facebook ► http://on.fb.me/1P9WCxa Twitter ► http://bit.ly/1TqLHlj Instagram ► http://bit.ly/1Ww0QSX ** RELATED CHANNELS ** FightMediocrity illacertus Improvement Pill LearningREADefined Optimize Your Journey 2000 Books ObtainEudaimonia Lifelonglearning MeaningAZ Bookjuice Practical Psychology For Business Inquiries Email: [email protected] ★★★ WHAT SOFTWARE DO I USE? ★★★ VideoScribe - Get it here ► http://www.sparkol.com?aid=1371302 ★★★ WANT TO READ MORE IN LESS TIME? ★★★ Get Blinkist - 1,800+ best-selling nonfiction books, transformed into powerful shorts you can read or listen to in just 15 minutes ► http://jump.blinkist.com/SHX3 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The 50th Law by Robert Greene and 50 Cent ► Book Summary" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66NKywmi0Zs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Stephen LaBerge reflects on the the integration of dream experiences with waking life. This video is an excerpt from SAND Anthology Vol. 5: http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/product/science-and-nonduality-anthology-volume-5/ Dr. Stephen LaBerge is a world renowned expert on lucid dreaming. His groundbreaking research at Stanford University demonstrated the validity of lucid dreaming to the scientific world, and his books Lucid Dreaming and Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming are best sellers. Dr. LaBerge is a dynamic speaker, known for his humor and ability to stimulate thought and to make scientific concepts relevant to the individual. Through the years his research team has developed highly effective techniques, including technological aids, for building lucid dreaming skills. LaBerge also has extensive personal experience with lucid dreaming, having learned to have lucid dreams at will. He is an unabashed advocate of lucid dreaming, believing that the world would be a better place if more people developed the art. http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/the-lucidity-institute.html
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Dr. Stephen LaBerge offered four possible applications for Lucid Dreams. These include: 1. Scientific Exploration 2. Creative Problem Solving, Rehearsal, and Decision-making 3. Health and Inner-growth 4. Wish-fulfillment and Recreation
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This is an audio only interview. In this interview Noel Bell speaks to Robert Waggoner author of Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self. The interview took place at the Gateways to the Mind conference on lucid dreams which took place in London in November 2012. The event was held in the grand location of the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington. I started by asking Robert how he came to write his hugely influential book. Robert Waggoner was a speaker at the event and demonstrated how we can all benefit from the non-physical realities. Robert taught himself a simple technique to become consciously aware in the dream state. This took place over 30 years ago. Since then, lucid dreaming, or the ability to become consciously aware while dreaming, has been proven by the pioneering research of Dr Keith Hearne, University of Hull, and Dr. Stephen LaBerge, author of Exploring the World of Lucid Dreams at Stanford University. Many see lucid dreaming as an important psychological and therapeutic tool. In the interview Robert tells us how he became involved in lucid dreaming, what motivated him to write the book and how lucid dreaming can be potentially used as a treatment tool for clients with anxiety or even post traumatic stress disorder. You've been listening to an interview with Robert Waggoner. For more podcasts please visit noelbell.net/podcasts and https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/noelbell Noel Bell is available for both short and long term psychotherapy or counselling in London in Sydenham, SE26 and London Bridge, SE1. http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellors/noel-bell?uqs=639741 Call me on 07852 407140 to discuss how we could work together.
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What are the sources of dreams? Stephen LaBerge and I was discussion of reality, lucidity, and identity at the recent Dreaming and Awakening retreat (www.lucidity.com). Lucid dreaming is realizing that you are dreaming while in a dream. Dream yoga is a way to go deeper.
To download the complete interview, visit http://newswire.fm/consciousness_chronicles/index.php Join our Facebook group: http://facebook.com/consciousnesschronicles ABOUT THE CHRONICLES The Consciousness Chronicles is an ongoing interview series that explores the phenomenon of consciousness from many different angles. The Chronicles are available online and on DVD. VOLUME 1 - Two disc set, 255 minutes • Introduction to studying Consciousness - David Chalmers, Susan Blackmore • Time and Space - Rupert Sheldrake, Dick Bierman, Harald Atmanspacher, John Jacobson • Altered States - Marilyn Schlitz, Frank Echenhofer, Zoran Josipovic, Arthur Hastings • Quantum Theory- Stuart Hameroff VOLUME 2 - Two disc set, 288 minutes • Aritificial Intelligence and the Singularity - David Chalmers, Ben Goertzel, Anirban Bandyopadhaya • Consciousness and Creativity - Robert J. Sawyer, Robert Pepperell, James Kerwin • Sex and Consciousness - Jenny Wade, Torsten Passie, Kelopatra Ormos, Barry Komisaruk • Embodiment - Henrik Ehrsson, Frederique de Vignemont VOLUME 3 - Two disc set, 289 minutes • What is Reality? - Menas Kafatos, Deepak Chopra, Paavo Pylkkanen, Lothar Schafer • Transformation of Consciousness - Cassandra Vieten, Za Choeje Rinpoche • Synesthesia - Maureen Seaberg, Berit Brogaard, Jason Padgett • Consciousness and the End of Life - Pim van Lommel, Rudolph Tanzi, Peter Fenwick EXCLUSIVE ONLINE - 6 interviews • Systems Science and Consciousness - Allan Combs • Lucid Dreaming - Stephen LaBerge • Dream Research - David Kahn • Misinterpreting Quantum Science - Leonard Mladinow • Consciousness and Psychedelic Research - Katherine Maclean • Nondual Awareness and Consciousness - Jeffery Martin The Consciousness Chronicles are produced by Nick Day and are recorded at the annual Toward a Science of Consciousness conference, based in Tucson, AZ http://www.consciousness.arizona.edu Constructive comments are welcome - Moderator
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🌟PRIVATE COACHING w/Michael Sandler! http://www.inspirenationshow.com/coaching [Book a FREE Consultation Today!] 🌟GET YOUR INSPIRE NATION "BACKSTAGE" PASS! https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation [Private videos, highlights, sneak peaks & prizes - a new winner every month!] WEBSITE: http://www.InspireNationShow.com SUBSCRIBE! http://www.tinyurl.com/youtubeinspire SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST! —Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/inspirespotify —Apple Podcasts: http://www.tinyurl.com/InspireNation —Google Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/InspireGooglePlay —iHeart Radio: http://www.iheart.com/show/263-inspire-nation-daily/ DONATE: (Let’s Support Each Other!) https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation LET'S CONNECT! Inspire Nation --Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InspireNationShow --Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/inspire7billion --Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Inspirenationshow Michael Sandler --Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/runswithspirit SHOW INTRODUCTION: If you’ve ever wanted to take command of your dreams to learn how to take command of your life, then do we have the Lucid Dreaming show for you! Today I’ll speaking with Robert Waggoner, the past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, co-editor of the online magazine, The Lucid Dreaming Experience, and the author of one of my all-time new favorite books, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self ! MORE ON ROBERT WAGGONER: http://www.lucidadvice.com http://www.dreaminglucid.com Robert Waggoner wrote the acclaimed book, Lucid Dreaming – Gateway to the Inner Self (now in its tenth printing), and co-authored Lucid Dreaming Plain and Simple with Caroline McCready. A past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), Waggoner serves at co-editor of the online magazine, The Lucid Dreaming Experience, (ISSN 2167-616X); the only ongoing publication devoted specifically to lucid dreaming. A lucid dreamer since 1975, he has logged more than 1,000 lucid dreams. Waggoner frequently speaks on the science and practice of lucid dreaming at international dream conferences, workshops and college classrooms, including the following: • University of Michigan – Ann Arbor • Sonoma State University • Iowa State University • University of Washington – Bothell • Evergreen State College • St. Mary’s – California • University of Sussex (UK) • Hebrew University (Israel) • Tel Aviv University • and elsewhere. Media Appearances: Robert has been interviewed or consulted about the practice of lucid dreaming by CNN, CBS News and ABC News (KABC – Los Angeles) along with Iowa Public Radio, WPNR, WBGU, and other radio stations. His comments have appeared in media as diverse as the following: • The Huffington Post • Popular Science (FYI: Is It Possible To Control Our Dreams?) • DETAILS • Van Winkle’s (How Accurate Are Inception and Other Dream Films?) • Pittsburgh Post Gazette • Brides magazine • Utne Reader (online) Robert Waggoner enjoys educating others about the science, beauty and potential of lucid dreaming. Contact Robert to arrange media appearances, speaking events or workshops. Key Topics: • When was Dr. Waggoner’s first lucid dream? • What are pre-cognitive dreams? • What did he learn from The Lesson’s of Don Juan by Carlos Castenada? • What was the early technique he learned for Lucid Dreaming (and still teaches today) • What’s the importance of modulating your emotions when lucid dreaming? • What does it mean that only the mind distniugishes between the two realities? • What do waking activties have to do with lucid dreaming? • What is the shadow self? • How are the top ways of getting into lucid dreaming? • What’s the MILD technique? What’s the NAP To Lucidity technique? • What are other techniques and activities to improve the chance of lucid dreams? • How do we remember our dreams? • What advice for people who do not dream (or remember dreams) • What is a conquistador of consciousness • Is there anything to fear in lucid dreaming? • What kind of questions can you ask in your dreams? • What can you learn in your dreams? • How can you heal yourself through lucid dreams? • What does it mean to manipulate your dream body? • What are the benefits of meditation and meditating in your dreams? • What can we learn about a connected universe through our dreams? • How important is it to talk with our children about their dreams? • How can we help children with nightmares?
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CONSCIOUS DREAMING (2013) Documentary Conscious Dreaming follows the journey of three beginners as they immerse themselves in the world of lucid dreaming. With the help of experts, they will use a unique method designed to help achieve lucidity, such as practices done in the waking state, meditation, and mobile apps. The ideas and practise behind lucid dreaming and consciousness are dissected by leading experts in the UK, such as Dr. Keith Hearne, Charlie Morley, Caroline McCready and Susan Blackmore. This documentary stands as a well rounded introduction to anyone new to lucid dreaming, and can inspire people to explore the potential of experiencing their own conscious dream. ____ NOMINATED for a Creative Scotland Student Media Award 2014 Written by Maija Koukkari and Blair Stewart Director - Maija Koukkari http://www.maijakoukkari.com Producer - Maija Koukkari, Loudy Othman, Struan Robertson Director of Photography - Blair Stewart http://blairstewart.com Sound - Gerard Lydon Editor - Blair Stewart Interviewees Dr Susan Blackmore - Author of Consciousness: an Introduction Dr Keith Hearne - Lucid Dreaming Researcher Dr Rory Mac Sweeney - Creator of The Mutual Dream Experiment Caroline McCready BA - Lucid Dreaming Teacher Charlie Morley - Lucid Dreaming Teacher Lorraine Murray - director Feel Good Therapies Ltd Olga Richterova MSc - Transpersonal Psychologist Stevie Williams RPSGT - Sleep Services Manager Prof. Richard Wiseman - Creator of Dream:ON app
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Science vesves Cocktails Science vesves Cocktails To download the complete interview, visit Join our Facebook group: ABOUT THE CHRONICLES . Expert dream researcher and lucid . Stephen LaBerge offers techniques to use while in the state of lucid dreaming. This video is an excerpt from SAND Anthology Vol. To download the complete interview, visit Join our Facebook group: .
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This video is about how I learned to induce lucid dreaming! *** I answered LOTS of comments below - if you're curious about something, read through my answers in the comments.** Notes for you to keep are in this text box. 1. Remember your dreams & keep a DREAM JOURNAL. - make reminders around your room - don't move: stay in the same position when you wake up - remember all the elements/events of your dream that you can - explore the 5 senses and see what comes back to you - walk back through what happened one event at a time to try and go back as far as you can into the dream's story 2. Read your journal and make note of your DREAM SIGNS - note places, people, feelings, and elements that recur in your dreams - start noticing when you encounter these in real life - create a list of "alternate" dream signs in case your actual list of dream signs doesn't include things you encounter regularly in waking life 3. Do REALITY CHECKS in waking life - when you see a dream sign IRL -- STOP - check your hands - do they look normal? - check a clock - is it displaying properly? - check words/writing/signs - do they stay the same or change? - check gravity - when you jump, do you float down or drop? 4. When you become lucid, STAY IN THE DREAM - focus your attention to ONE thing and keep focused - try spinning or falling to keep dreaming through the "swooping" feeling There is WAY more incredible information and loads of TIPS in Dr. Stephen LaBerge's book "Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming." You can read a PDF version here: http://bit.ly/IgGrMS ME Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/antishayfanpage See you next week!
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EVERYONE dreams during sleep. Learning to remember and examine your dreams can improve your Creative Energy, Problem-solving Ability, and Meditations -- and has benefits for your Physical and Emotional Health. . . . *( More info in SHOW MORE )*. DREAM YOGA teaches how to retain a thread of consciousness when falling asleep and when dreaming. DREAM YOGA is one of the Six Yogas of Naropa, brought by Marpa Lotsawa (Marpa the Translator) to Tibet from India a thousand years ago. The Six Yogas of Naropa are timeless classics that continue to be a capstone of Tantric studies for Buddhists, Hindus, and Taoists. LUCID DREAMING teaches how to become aware and more observant inside the dreams during sleep. LUCID DREAMING has many simple and proven methods to help remember and work with your dreams, as described in three reference books written by Dr. Stephen LaBerge (PhD in Psychophysiology). A notable researcher who has advanced the modern science of lucid dreaming, Dr. LaBerge's most recent book is "Lucid Dreaming: A Concise Guide to Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life" (2004). CONSCIOUSLY working with dreams that arise during sleep is a powerful tool for helping to access and integrate creative and developmental components of your being which were diverted (usually under pressure from external forces) away from your conciousness and hidden in your inner "Shadow". The Inner SHADOW is an ancient concept which has been upcycled in various forms into some streams of modern psychoanalysis, most particularly in Jungian Analytical Psychology. Dr. CARL JUNG, a pioneer in the early history of modern psychoanalysis, considered the Inner Shadow to be much MORE than just the dark side of our psyches. Dr. Jung described the Shadow as the "seat of creativity" and the "true spirit of life". He suspected that we as individuals will never feel truly complete until we have reclaimed any enlivening and meaningful facets of our creative being that didn't "fit in" during social development and were banished to the Shadow. This video was recorded during a public Interactive Dharma Dialogue by Lama Karma Tsundulp Lodro (of Yukon, Canada) on 13 April 2017 at the Dharma Centre of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. ~ Wishing Freedom from Suffering and Bright Blessings for All ~
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A video review of my personal experience attending Stephen LaBerge's Dreaming and Awakening retreat in Hawaii Kalani. Sponsored by Post & Partners, the Netherlands http://www.post-partners.com For registrations, please visit http://www.lucidity.com For online education, please visit http://www.lucidipedia.com
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Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D. explains the difference between dreaming and waking in relation to sensory input and perception. He further elaborates on why dreams are reflections of our waking experience. Finally, he proposes that dreamers go beyond dream interpretation and "bring our ideals into our dreams and act there." Brought to you by the International Association for the Study of Dreams and other dreamers like you!
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In these videos Stephen LaBerge discusses techniques for becoming lucid in your dreams, how to prolong and maintain lucidity, take control of the dream world, and the science behind why we dream. This seminar was held in 1998, presumably somewhere in Russia, where Stephen used the aid of a translator to communicate with his Russian audience. The original video was posted by damnthisworlds (thanks for the upload) in a 19 part compilation which I have edited down to 10 parts by removing the translations and adding subtitles where needed. I have to the best of my ability and patients (not speaking Russian) deciphered and simplified the questions from the audience and with a good chance of grammatical errors and spelling mistakes put them into text. In the end I think the new videos and the information given by Stephen is more fluent and easier to understand in its entirety. I do not claim any ownership over these videos or the techniques and principles discussed by Stephen LaBerge. If you find this material useful or interesting I encourage you to buy one of LaBerge's books or attend his workshops. Further information on his work and research can be accessed at The Lucidity Inc. website: http://www.lucidity.com "Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life" -Stephen LaBerge
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http://www.World-of-Lucid-Dreaming.com Welcome to the World of Lucid Dreaming, in which Rebecca Turner teaches first-hand conscious dream exploration. Learn how to be an advanced dream hacker: bypass rookie mistakes, learn the most effective methods of lucid dream induction, and challenge yourself to push your lucid dreams to the extreme. As lucid dream pioneer Dr Stephen LaBerge once said: "If you must sleep through a third of your life, why should you sleep through your dreams, too?" Music: Lucid by http://www.petecasale.org/ Rebecca's Tutorials: http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/lucid-dreaming-fast-track.html
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To purchase this track go to: http://hypnoticlabs.com/product/guided-meditation-for-lucid-dreaming-forest-of-dreams/ To purchase the Isochonic Tones Version go here: http://hypnoticlabs.com/product/guided-meditation-for-lucid-dreaming-forest-of-dreams-with-isochronic-tones/ Discover how to get a Personalized Meditation by Joe T and an astonishing free bonus: http://get.hypnoticlabs.com/the-custom-made-meditation/ Check out my new course on Lucid Dreaming: http://guidedluciddreaming.com/ Get 30 of my most popular guided meditation at 50% off: http://get.hypnoticlabs.com/meditation-stack-vsl/ Get 50% off on 25 Guided Meditations with Isochronic Tones from Joe Treacy: http://get.hypnoticlabs.com/isochronic-tones-stack-vsl/ This guided meditation was created to help you lucid dream. Lucid dreaming is the ability to know you're dreaming while your dreaming. When practicing lucid dreaming it's important to keep a dream journal. Write in your journal each day upon waking up. This guided meditation was inspired by Stephen Laberge's M.I.L.D technique. Music and main script by Joe Treacy Progressive Relaxation by Linda Bennett Beautiful Forest Pic: Angela Jayne Latham Her channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyA3CVpKA9lsuDzOkBP-Uug Her website: http://www.celticmystery.co.uk/the-emerald-forest
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In this video, I discuss the most successful techniques for lucid dreaming including the WILD technique, the WBTB technique, and supplements that improve memory and dream recall. What is Lucid Dreaming? Lucid dreaming has been around for a long time. The philosopher Aristotle wrote about lucid dreams in some of his writings and other key philosophers have mentioned it before as well. There is some interesting evidence that even the Egyptians may have performed some lucid dreaming techniques to get “out of this world”. We also know that lucid dreaming has been used by ancient yogis to travel within and Buddhist monks have used something called dream yoga to find their inner being. Lucid dreaming with its long history still wasn’t taken seriously until scientific studies were conducted by Stephen LaBerge showing that lucid dreaming was in fact really something people could do. Since then more and more studies have been conducted on the altered state. Today lucid dreaming and its effects have been displayed in Hollywood movies such as Inception and Vanilla Sky all which are great movies by the way. So what is lucid dreaming? Lucid dreaming is the realization that one is dreaming (Laberg & Rheingold, 1997). Though the definition of lucid dreaming may be simple, the ability to be lucid inside of a dream is another matter entirely. So much has been the case that until recently lucid dreaming was considered nonexistent in the scientific world. It wasn’t until Stephen LaBerge’s experiments in the lucid dreaming community did it become known that lucid does occur in some individuals (Laberg & Rheingold, 1997). Lucid dreaming is something that didn’t just start to occur in the last twenty years, it has been around much longer than that. In Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche’s book “The Tibetan Yoga’s of Dream and Sleep” he describes lucid dreaming as being an active meditation practice since the practice of meditation in the Tibetan culture was formed (Wangyal, Wangyal, & Dahlby, 1998). Though not a highly known or practiced form of meditation, lucid dreaming is still a known and taught way by the Tibetan Buddhist community of exploring the unknown areas of the human psyche. Though lucid dreaming is a relatively new area of research into the dream research community, there is still a multitude of information about it online as well as in books where people express their personal experiences and their own guides into how to lucid dream. Through years of personal trials and errors, many of those guides have become useful for my personal practice. This guide was created so that you can focus on some of those techniques and guides, and find your own system that works best for you. Learn more about How to have a lucid dream tonight at https://taileaters.com/lucid-dreaming/
Top Five Tips: 1. Keep a dream journal to increase your dream recall 2. Get enough sleep 3. Go to bed sober 4. Do daily reality checks 5. Do daily affirmations before bed Recommended reading: Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge and Howard Rheingold If you like what I'm doing please consider donating: paypal.me/1emilyfbutler On my wishlist are a real camera and loads of lucid dreaming books- with these I could make more visually appealing content and branch into new areas of content. Thanks!
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Shambhala Mountain Center hosts Awaken in Your Dreams: Lucid Dream Yoga, East and West with Stephen LaBerge and Andrew Holecek August 20–25, 2015 Learn more here: http://www.shambhalamountain.org/program/ad815-awaken-dreams-lucid-dream-yoga-east-west/ Learning to wake up in our dreams, and apply spiritual practices, is incredibly powerful training for living every minute of our lives in a more wakeful way, and for moving through the transition of death in a positive way. Recently, I had the great honor of discussing the huge topic of dream yoga with Andrew Holecek. What came of the discussion is a wonderful glimpse, taste, introduction, to what may become a "game-changing" practice for some of you.
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https://www.revelucide.net/ Présentation du livre "Exploring the world of lucid dreaming" de Stephen Laberge. Pourquoi vous devez le lire. Chronique littéraire.
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In this video i talk about a more natural approach to lucid dreaming and also recommend a couple of natural herbs. Enjoy! Book Name: "Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming" by Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D. and Howard Rheingold. Herb Names: 1. Silene Capensis (Xhosa African Dream Root) 2. Calea Zacatechichi 3.Valerian Root 4.Fish Oil or Omega 3 5.Mugwort
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This video documents the panel discussion at the symposium on "Sleep, Consciousness and Lucid Dreaming" in Austin, Texas, which occurred on Saturday, May 14, 2016. The symposium explores realms of human life accessible to all of us every day including – as well as apart from – the default mode of “here and now.” We are all conscious beings. We sleep every day – and, apart from our often longing for sleep, we hardly think about it except when it goes wrong. And nowadays, sleep “goes wrong” so often. The symposium starts by taking a more profound look at human sleep, and examines how it goes right, why it goes wrong, and what may be done about this. It then opens the door to a presentation on consciousness, including some of the latest research on this obscure, often taken-for-granted phenomena. Yes, we are conscious, but what does that mean. Our “consciousness” … is it always a consciousness of something? Is it our mode of access? A neurophysiological phenomena? An impenetrable mystery? And, looking at all of this, where does investigating the relationship of mind to brain take us? And what of the remarkable phenomena of lucid dreaming? Lucid dreams are dreams in which the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming. And furthermore, lucid dreamers can exert a degree of control over the characters, narrative, and environment of these dreams. Can all of us experience such lucid dreams? And furthermore, can we all learn to have these dreams regularly, and even master the actions associated with influencing our own dreams in the directions we desire? In this symposium, three outstanding world-class guest authorities come together in Austin to address these issues: Wallace Mendelson addressed the topic of sleep, Stephen LaBerge lucid dreaming, and David Presti consciousness. Organizers: Robert Abzug, Ph.D. (UT Texas at Austin) Robert J. Barnhart (MAPS/Heffter Research Institute) Marcin Moskalewicz, Ph.D. (Texas A&M/Poznan University of Med. Sciences) Michael A. Schwartz, M.D. (Texas A&M) This Symposium is organized thanks to generous grant from Robert J. Barnhart Contact Email: [email protected] URL: http://www.humanitiesinmedicine.org/consciousness
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This 12 minute documentary made in 2004 covers the scientific, psychological, and spiritual aspects of lucid dreaming. 3D animation, motion graphics, and formal interviews help create a visually interesting and intellectually stimulating presentation of this incredible state of mind. http://www.LucidDreamExplorers.com/ Explorers of the dream world are called Oneironauts. They use lucid dreams to consciously enter into a world created by their mind. a lucid dream is a dream in which the dreamer becomes aware that he or she is dreaming without waking up from the dream. It is a skill which can be experienced by anyone. Interviews include world renowned dream researchers such as Dr. Stephen LaBerge from Sanford University, Dr. Fariba Bogzaran from the Lucid Art Foundation, Keelin from the Lucidity Institute, and Dr. Alan Wallace a Tibetan Buddhist Scholar from the Santa Barbara Institute of Consciousness Studies. These experts share discoveries and wisdom they have gained from their exploration of lucid dreaming. If you enjoyed this video, please consider donating to the production, or order the DVD with special features and extended interviews: http://www.LucidDreamExplorers.com/
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Dreams are very strange and neuroscientists can only speculate on why we have them. Even stranger is that we are not actually aware that we are dreaming, except in the rare event we have a lucid dream. They are difficult to study in the lab, but it has been done by a handful of scientists. They are able train people to have lucid dreams, and then the brain activity of lucid dreamers can be studied. Lucid dreaming has been called a state where one is on the edge of waking and sleeping. Crude analysis of brain activity show that there are hotspots of activity at a region of the brain at the front during a lucid dream. This may correspond to a brain region that is rendered inactive during regular dreaming. Could there be a brain region that is responsible for awareness? If we were able to manipulate this brain region, what would it mean for us? Neuroscience is full of discoveries, but also red herrings. Most of what I talk about is speculation based on a tiny amount of data. What do you think? My accompanying blog post about the origins of my interest: http://www.nervousneuron.com/2011/08/on-edge-of-waking-and-sleeping.html References/Links: Voss, U. (2009). "Lucid dreaming: A state of consciousness with features of both waking and non-lucid dreaming." Sleep 32(9): 1191-1200. This one's a freebie, so you can read full text for yourself: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov.ezproxy.lib.monash.edu.au/pmc/articles/PMC2737577/?tool=pmcentrez Schredl, M. and D. Erlacher (2011). "Frequency of lucid dreaming in a representative German sample." Perceptual and motor skills 112(1): 104-108. Hobson, J. A., E. F. Pace-Schott, et al. (2000). "Dreaming and the brain: Toward a cognitive neuroscience of conscious states." Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23(6): 793-842. A bit about the history of lucid dreaming science: http://www.nasw.org/users/chandra/Clips/lucid_dreaming.htm I am not going to bother with providing references for all of LaBerge's papers. You can visit the lucidity institute for more information: http://www.lucidity.com/ Here there is more information about how to increase the changes of having a lucid dream. You can even go on a bloody lucid dreaming camp with the dude! Another good site is http://www.lucidipedia.com/
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Mastering the practice of being conscious in the realm of subconscious theater is known as Lucid Dreaming. Today’s episode features David Jay Brown. David came on to discuss how empowering your conscious awareness in dreams— through Lucid Dreaming— is an awakening of creativity, spirituality and more complexities of the human psyche. David has spoken with dozens of experts on consciousness, physics, dreaming and entheogens, such as Stanley Krippner, Rupert Sheldrake, Stephen LaBerge, Robert Waggoner, Dean Radin, Terence McKenna, and many more. Take a listen as we explore topics including: ► Are supplements recommended for achieving a Lucid Dream state ► Differences between a Psychedelic state and Lucid Dream state ►Does the Human Brain use more power (overclock itself like a CPU) in a Dream state, compared to when awake ► How do we know that we aren’t dreaming right now ► Can a Person heal themselves of an illness, or mental problem through the power of Lucid Dreaming ► Healing damaged Psyche through Lucid Dreams ►Are you able to meet spiritual guardians in your dream states ►Are Dreams just another form of our soul living its life in another dimension ► Can people share a lucid dream, or enter into another person’s dream ►REM Dreamer, Nova Dreamer, Remee, and other Technological mask advances to help one achieve a regular lucid dream state ►References in Super Mario Brothers Plus more! In a lucid dream, you “awaken” within your dream and realize you are dreaming. With this extraordinary sense of awakening comes a clear perception of the continuity of self between waking and sleeping and the ability to significantly influence what happens within the dream, giving you the opportunity to genuinely experience anything without physical or social consequences. In this way, lucid dreaming offers therapeutic opportunities for fantasy fulfillment, fear confrontation, and releasing the trauma of past experiences. With development and practice, lucid dreaming can provide a powerful path to greater awareness, heightened creativity, spiritual awakening, and communication with the vast interconnected web of cosmic consciousness. In this detailed guide to mastering the practice of lucid dreaming, David Jay Brown draws from his more than 20 years’ experience using these techniques and his interactions with dozens of experts on consciousness, physics, dreaming, and entheogens, such as Stanley Krippner, Rupert Sheldrake, Stephen LaBerge, Robert Waggoner, Dean Radin, Terence McKenna, and many others. He explores the intimate relationship between lucid dreaming, shamanic journeying, visionary plants, and psychedelic drugs and how they are used for healing and spiritual development. Offering methods for improving both lucid dreaming and shamanic journeying abilities, he explains how to enhance dreaming with oneirogens, supplements, herbs, and psychedelics and offers techniques for developing superpowers in the dream realm. Summarizing the scientific research on lucid dreaming, Brown explores the ability of lucid dreamers to communicate with people in the waking realm and the potential for dream telepathy, shared lucid dreaming, and access to the vast unconscious regions of our minds, opening up a path that takes us beyond dreaming and waking to dreaming wide awake. Bob has been mentioned on Coast to Coast AM as being one of the top new hosts in the Paranormal. Take a listen and find out why!
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Inspirational video exploring Midburn's 2017 theme "Lucid Dream" Made by Gur Ziv Music: Ludovico Einaudi - Experience (Live At Fabric, London 2013) Speakers: Alan Watts Dr. Michio Kaku Dr. Scott Sparrow Dr. Stephen LaBerge Christopher Nolan the Dalai Lama Terence McKenna Prof. Jayne Gackenbach Dr. J.Allan Hobson Visuals taken from: A Sleepless Experiment with MATRIXXMAN LUCID - La Bacchanale Brand A “Dream” - Lynxfilms Cocoon - Lydia Meredith Dream Rebeca Cygnus Kubus - Bops - Rink Hof Lucid Dream - Du-ani Metagalaxy Travels Complete - Robert Nelms Tokyo horse [LSD 25] 2012 - luke mckeown
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Karen Konkoly talks about dreams at a 2015 TEDx event at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Karen Konkoly is a junior at Lehigh pursuing majors in English and psychology and a minor in business (for employability purposes). Karen’s interest in lucid dreaming started when she heard about it in the fourth grade and kept trying to lie in bed all day and thinking her mind would transcend her body. This summer Karen attended an 8-day Lucid Dreaming and Awakening Retreat with Stephen LaBerge and was afterwards trained as a research apprentice at Brown University’s sleep lab. Karen is currently working on her Eckardt Scholars’ senior project on the narrative structure of lucid dreaming. After graduation, Karen hopes to continue dream research and become a professor. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Dr. Stephen Laberge's Hypnotic Audio Track together with Theta & Delta Binaural Brainwave Beats Successfully Train Yourself To Lucid Dream Audio Track To aid in Lucid Dreaming Listen to the induction track before going to sleep to encourage a lucid dream Feel free to share your techniques and experiences below
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☯ Daniel Love is joined by special guests to celebrate Lucid Dreaming Day 2017! ☯ Featuring: ★ Daniel Love, The Lucid Guide - Author of "Are You Dreaming?". ★ Dr Keith Hearne - The scientist responsible for scientifically verifying lucid dreaming. ★ Tim Post of Snoozon, Lucidipedia. ★ Geo from Lucid Source. ★ Max Hunter and James Bray (aka Spacetimebadass) from Team Lucid Dream. --- SUPPORT MY WORK --- ♥ SUPPORT MY WORK ON PATREON: https://goo.gl/nZ1Qhq ♥ PAYPAL DONATIONS WELCOME: https://goo.gl/BbZYAQ ♥ MY BOOK: https://goo.gl/QL8IKP All support is massively appreciated and is vital in allowing me to continue to produce regular, independent and free content. Thank you to all my patrons - without you none of this is possible! ---- JOIN DANIEL ON SOCIAL MEDIA ---- ★ WEBSITE: http://www.thelucidguide.com/ ★ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheLucidGuide/ ★ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TheLucidGuide --- GUESTS WEBSITES --- ♦ Dr Keith Hearne - Download Dr Hearne's free book and PHD: https://www.keithhearne.com/ ♦ Tim Post - Daily live streams on lucid dreaming on Facebook by Tim Post at https://facebook.com/turnlucid ♦ Geo - Explore lucidity with Geo at: http://www.lucidsource.net/ ♦ Max Hunter - Discover Max's work: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRaRaRabbit/featured ♦ James Bray - A SpaceTimeBadass adventure: https://www.youtube.com/user/SpaceTimeBadass ♦ Team Lucid Dream - https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamLucidDream #luciddreamingday #luciddream #celebration
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http://LucidDreamingBook.com - REM Dreamer Pro Review - Lucid Dreaming Mask The REM Dreamer Pro is a lucid dreaming mask that uses similar technology found in the NovaDreamer lucid dreaming mask that used to be available from Dr. Stephen LaBerge's The Lucidity Institute. In this REM Dreamer Pro review I compare this device to the NovaDreamer and share my experiences with it thus far. At this moment in time I would say say the REM Dreamer Pro is the best lucid dreaming mask on the market, although that may change this year with the introduction of other lucid dreaming devices from iWinks, Luciding, the Lucidity Institute and others. Check out my progress with the REM Dream Pro at http://LucidDreamingBook.com, as well as other review of other lucid dreaming devices as they become available. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHguokxqn9M
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Dr Stephen LaBerge's Lucid dreaming Audio Induction With Pure Tones Theta Binaural Brainwaves Successfully Learn To Lucid Dream Just Download this Mp3 and Listen to it in bed. Eventually You will be able to fall asleep repeating these word in your mind. Tell yourself that you WILL be able to realise when your dreaming and remember to take control
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