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.

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Western Daytime Induction Techniques [18]

In this Webinar we continue our discussion of how to have lucid dreams, concentrating on some Western daytime induction techniques. We discuss the importance of dream recall, conducting state checks, how to work with dream signs, and the value of prospective memory.

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Western daytime induction techniques [19]

In this Webinar we continue our discussion of how to have lucid dreams, by concluding the main Western daytime induction techniques and transitioning to the Eastern daytime methods. We discuss the place of video games and virtual reality, the role of karma/habit, the Simha Pose from the Kriya yoga tradition, and refine our understanding of meditation.

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Daytime Eastern Practice of Illusory Form [20]

In this Webinar we continue our discussion of how to have lucid dreams via daytime Eastern methods by examining the daily practice of Illusory Form, a major contribution from the dream yoga tradition. Along with meditation, the practice of illusory form is the main preparatory practice for dream yoga, as well as a principle remedy for many of the obstacles that arise on the path to lucidity.

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Daytime Eastern practice of Illusory Form [22]

This webinar we return to our discussion of how to have lucid dreams via the daytime Eastern practice of Illusory Form. This practice is a major contribution from the Dream Yoga tradition, and has vast and profound applications.

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Daytime Eastern Practice of Illusory Form [23]

This webinar continues our discussion of how to have lucid dreams via the daytime Eastern practice of Illusory Form.

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The Creative Power of the Mind

The following excerpt is from my forthcoming book, “Dreams of Light,” and it deals with the role of mind-altering drugs on the spiritual path. I’ve changed my tune on this. Before reading the books mentioned in this excerpt, I was more conservative, shying away from these agents.

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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 have had a lucid dream, it’s usually the same hands that go up.

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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.

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Daytime Practices

The daily practice of meditation, as discussed in our first post, is a diurnal practice most people are familiar with, and one that we will explore in detail, but not that many people are familiar with the practice of illusory form.

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