Guest Interviews

Guest Interviews

We’re excited to offer interviews with some of the best and brightest minds in this field. Full interview access is available exclusively for members of Night Club. Submit your questions to our guests. Become a member today! Try our 30 day trial for just $1click here to join.

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.

Lucid Dream Nightmare Therapy, Sleep State Misperception, Imagery Rehearsal Therapy, and Much More! | Interview with Kristen LaMarca, Phd

Join Andrew as he talks to the psychologist and lucid dream therapist Kristen LaMarca as they explore a host of fascinating topics that include: lucid dream nightmare therapy, sleep state misperception, imagery rehearsal therapy, PTSD, alternative world syndrome, the importance of proper “holding environments,” and the type of person who is amenable to these unique forms of dream therapy.