Andrew will be tapping into the many connections he has made around the world with spiritual teachers, scientists, scholars, and experts in lucid dreaming to offer you the latest from leaders in this field.
These presentations will come in the form of interviews or guest talks, keeping you up to date with what’s happening.
A sampling of guest speakers would include leaders like:
- Stephen Laberge PhD – the father of Western lucid dreaming
- Evan Thompson PhD – philosopher and author of Waking, Dreaming, Being
- Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche – author of The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep
- B. Alan Wallace PhD – author of Dreaming Yourself Awake
- Mingyur Rinpoche – author of The Joy of Living
- Richard Davidson PhD – neuroscientist and author of Altered Traits
Upcoming Guest Interviews
Robert Waggoner Monday, April 29th
- Robert Waggoner wrote the acclaimed book, Lucid Dreaming – Gateway to the Inner Self (now past its tenth printing), and co-authored the award winning book Lucid Dreaming Plain and Simple with Caroline McCready. Both books are in Audible, Kindle and CD/Mp3. His books have been translated into French, German, Chinese, Korean, Czech, Finnish and other languages. A lucid dreamer since 1975, he has logged more than 1,000 lucid dreams. Learn more.
Most Recent Interviews
You will find all interviews here, check back regularly and watch your email for the latest.
Guest Interview with Ryan Hurd – Part 2 | Sleep Paralysis, Alien Abduction, The Future of Lucid Dreaming, Ryan’s Gadget Review, and More!
In Part Two of my interview with Ryan Hurd we turn to his book on sleep paralysis, and explore the nocebo effect, “ghost rape,” REM Behavioral Sleep Disorder, and how this paralysis is connected to visitations – both nefarious and angelic – as well as alien abduction.
Guest Interview With Ryan Hurd – Part 1 | Paleolithic Mind, Polyphasic Cultures, Lucid Nightmares, and Much More!
This interview with noted researcher, author, and veteran lucid dreamer Ryan Hurd covers a wide range of fascinating material. Part One discusses the “archeology of consciousness,” and what Ryan refers to as the Paleolithic Mind.
Inducing Lucidity, Working With Discouragement, Healing Stories, Working With Fear and More! Interview With Robert Waggoner – Part 2 of 2
In Part Two of my conversation with Robert Waggoner we discuss his “go-to” methods for inducing lucidity, which in addition to the wake-and-back-to-bed method is largely about creating a lucid mindset.
Fear, Sleep Yoga, Dreams Of Premonition, Bardo Yoga and Much More! Interview with Robert Waggoner – Part 1 of 2
Join us for Part One, where we talk about fear, sleep yoga, zones of learning, dreams of premonition, going to the energy in your dreams, and even a dose of bardo yoga when Robert shares that in order to go deeper, “I had to agree to cease to be.”
Sleep Disorders, Insomnia, CBTi, Sleep Hygiene, Sleep Supplements, the Problem with Artificial Light and More. | Guest Interview with Dr. Tucker Peck, Ph.D
Join sleep expert and meditation teacher Tucker Peck Phd as we cascade through a host of very practical tips around sleep disorders and how to manage them.
Induction Methods. Shadow Work. Healing, The Placebo Effect, and Working with Discouragement | Special Guest Interview with Charlie Morley
Join noted author and lucid dreaming expert Charlie Morley and I as we take a wide-ranging romp into the world of dream yoga and lucid dreaming. From the top induction methods, to shadow work, to healing, to working with discouragement, to the placebo effect – this is one rich and fun interview.
What it is like to “wake up.” What being fully realized has to include. Plus the “trap” to unsuspecting practitioners. | Ken Wilber Interview – Part 2
In part two of my interview with Ken Wilber we return to his personal journey, emphasizing the place of the nocturnal meditations on his path. We then discuss the irreducible instruction on the spiritual path (and the little known secret to attaining lucidity), and the affective or emotional aspect of what it is like to “wake up.”
Ken Wilber covers a vast array of topics in this remarkable interview. It was so enthralling and all encompassing that before we knew it over three hours had flown by! Because of the length, and the wealth of material, we’re posting this interview in two parts.