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Daytime Practices

Lucid dreaming has incredible potential and promises so much, but attaining lucidity on a regular basis is not easy. This track will explore the reasons for that difficulty, and introduce the daily practices that support the nocturnal meditations.
Daytime Practices

Daytime Practices

One of the magical aspects of the nocturnal meditations is that they have diurnal, or daily, correlates. In other words, there are a number of daytime practices you can do that really help with nighttime lucidity. This idea works with the foundational tenet of bi-directionality, which is central to the nocturnal meditations, and

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Webinar 10 – The Problem With Wake-Centricity

Webinar 10 – The Problem With Wake-Centricity

In this Webinar Andrew discusses the subtle discriminations we have against the dark, and our unhealthy infatuation with light. This is ironically one of the signatures of the Kali Yuga, or Dark Age – and it’s only getting worse as artificial light spreads across the globe, and across our lives.

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Meditation and Lucid Dreams

Meditation and Lucid Dreams

I frequently refer to meditation as a “super technique” for lucid dreaming and dream yoga. Many studies have shown that meditators have more lucid dreams, and for a meditation master, all their dreams are lucid. Informal polls during my seminars support these formal studies. When I ask who in the audience meditates, and then ask who

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The Practice of Illusory Form

The Practice of Illusory Form

Illusory form is not commonly presented in most teachings on lucid dreaming, but I have found it to be of enormous benefit in inducing lucid dreams. It’s more connected to dream yoga, but the principles surely apply to lucid dreaming. In some classic texts on dream yoga, the practice of Illusory Form is actually the main practice.

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