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Webinars

Webinars

We will have live webinar events with Andrew offered to our Night Club members. These will be recorded and posted online in the recording archive below so that they can be listened to later if you can’t make a live webinarWebinars will be held twice a month on Saturdays and Tuesdays. As a member of Night Club, you will receive email notification and registration information for each upcoming webinar.

Webinars Archive

Here are all the recently recorded webinars for Night School

Webinar Questions

Webinar Questions

This Webinar was devoted entirely to great questions submitted by our Night Club members.

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How Sleep and Dreams Prepare You for Death

How Sleep and Dreams Prepare You for Death

In this webinar, Andrew will introduce you to how how sleep and dreams prepare you for death. This is Bardo Yoga, which transcends but includes lucid dreaming, dream yoga, and even sleep yoga.

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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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Webinar 9 – The Importance of Good Sleep Hygiene [part 2]

Webinar 9 – The Importance of Good Sleep Hygiene [part 2]

In this Webinar Andrew discusses the importance of good sleep hygiene, which “prepares the bed” for lucid dreaming. He starts with Western approaches, then transitions into the more subtle Eastern approaches. Good sleep hygiene adheres to the maxim, “The preliminaries are more important than the main practice,” and is a key component to lucid sleep onset.

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Webinar 8 – The Importance of Good Sleep Hygiene

Webinar 8 – The Importance of Good Sleep Hygiene

In this Webinar Andrew discusses the importance of good sleep hygiene, which “prepares the bed” for lucid dreaming. He starts with Western approaches, then transitions into the more subtle Eastern approaches. Good sleep hygiene adheres to the maxim, “The preliminaries are more important than the main practice,” and is a key component to lucid sleep onset.

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