Sun, Aug 28|
Zoom Online Event, Webinar
How to Have Your First Lucid Dream ZOOM with Q & A
Join us for this FREE Webinar If you’re interested in learning more about Lucid Dreaming, you will learn how to guide your dreams to become a lucid dreamer. This webinar will also answer any questions that you may have about the Dream Course.
Time & Location
Aug 28, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Zoom Online Event, Webinar
About the Event
Zoom meeting information link will be emailed out to all registrants a few days prior to the event.
This is a free online webinar to explore and explain what will be offered in the introductory weekend that will be held in August and answer any questions that you may have before signing up for the Power of Dreaming introductory weekend course.
In Damanhur there is a long tradition of studying dreams using research and theory; science, teachings from other dream cultures and ancient civilizations, the teachings of Falco (the spiritual guide of Damanhur), and through direct experience and experimentation. To understand and explore a theory one must apply that theory in practice and gain one's own experience.join us for this FREE Webinar if you’re interested in learning more about Lucid Dreaming, and to learn how to guide your dreams to become a lucid dreamer.
“What is Lucid Dreaming”
Lucid Dreaming is a state where the dreamer “wakes up” inside of the dream and becomes aware of that they are dreaming, and thus has some control over how the dream progresses. Dreams and Lucid Dreaming have had a major importance in many cultures throughout the ages. The Aboriginals refer to the Dreamland as the creation of the world, Native Americans thought of dreams as portals to the spirit world, and Tibetan Monks has been using Lucid Dreaming as a path towards enlightenment through their ancient practice of dream yoga.
“What are the Benefits ofLucid Dreaming”
In Germany, a group of scientists found that “self-reflection in everyday life is more pronounced in persons who can easily control their dreams. The area of the brain responsible for self-reflection (among others) is significantly larger among lucid dreamers.” Since Lucid Dreaming allows you to do almost anything without the need to obey the physical laws, you can freely explore who you are, your fears, problems, or obstacles in life in a very creative way. Actually, it’s found that lucid dreamers are better at overcoming nightmares and sharpening creativity and problem-solving skills than people that don’t dream.Also, the Tibetan monks use lucid dreaming for this purpose. They claim that through lucid dreaming we can train ourselves in the fluidity of the mind. By using the dream state to practice things like finding creative solutions, traveling to distant places, and incorporating different people or types of consciousness, we start to detach from identification with matter, we go beyond our mind and thus realize a higher state of reality and ourselves.