It helps to know just a little bit about the science and stages of sleep, what researchers call “sleep architecture.”
Mingyur Rinpoche, a rock star Lama in my opinion, shares this lovely short video on meditation. I also highly recommend his latest book, “In Love With the World; A Monk’s Journey Through the Bardos of Life and Death.” He is one of the few meditation masters I endorse unconditionally.
Introduction to Andrew’s New Book “The Lucid Dreaming Workbook: A Step-By-Step Guide to Mastering Your Dream Life.”
Welcome to a unique form of night school. Lucid dreaming, which is knowing that you’re dreaming while remaining in the dream, offers a form of higher education that is unparalleled in its potential.
What’s it like when an octopus dreams?
This is a nice short piece on the beauty of the night, in the spirit of Barbara Brown Taylor’s wonderful book, “Learning to Walk in the Dark.”
This age-old philosophical puzzle is more than an idle question.
Dream incubation goes back thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians practiced it, as did the Chinese, Mesopotamians, Greeks and many wisdom traditions.
Most of us love to get swept away by the stories and dramas of our lives. We love getting hooked into our thoughts, lost in our emotions, or sucked into one production or another.