Dream World

While we tend to focus on our waking life, roughly one-third of our lives is spent in the dream world. What if we learned to use sleep dreaming to practice goal attainment, heal the body and mind, and explore subconscious messages? What could we learn about ourselves if we understood the language of dreams? While lucid dreamers use dreamstates for a variety of purposes, such as deep meditation, problem-solving, and artistic inspiration, they universally report that the lucid dreaming experience is fun. Imagine waking up in a dream to fly — or, as described by meditation masters, when dreaming of being chased by a tiger, to instead become the tiger? Wake up to the opportunities that await you in sleep, and join experts in exploring the potential of lucid dreaming. You’ll learn about the latest breakthroughs in research, sleep paralysis, conscious dreaming, and more. "All men whilst they are awake are in one common world: but each of them, when he is asleep, is in a world of his own." ~Plutarch

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