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Lucid Dream at The Lab

February 28, 2013 on 8:36 pm | In Prophetic Dreams | No Comments

This is the Northern Virginia based band Lucid Dream when they played at The Lab in Alexandria, Virginia on Saturday 12 January 2013.

Lucid Dream at The Lab

February 28, 2013 on 8:36 pm | In Dream Journals | No Comments

This is the Northern Virginia based band Lucid Dream when they played at The Lab in Alexandria, Virginia on Saturday 12 January 2013.

Lucid Dream at The Lab

February 28, 2013 on 8:36 pm | In Dream Symbols | No Comments

This is the Northern Virginia based band Lucid Dream when they played at The Lab in Alexandria, Virginia on Saturday 12 January 2013.

55/365

February 27, 2013 on 12:32 am | In Message Dreams | 1 Comment

Yep, that’s a dream interpretation dictionary. :)

all in a dream

February 27, 2013 on 12:32 am | In Dream Come True | 2 Comments

The interpretation of this dream is pretty obvious.

To walk with you and watch you grow
And know that you are blessed.

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February 26, 2013 on 7:37 am | In Dream Types | No Comments

This design includes the words Therapist’ and Live the dream’. Design looks great on mugs, prints and t-shirts. A great gift idea for any Therapist.

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The Afterlife Connection: A Therapist Reveals How to Communicate with Departed Loved Ones

February 26, 2013 on 7:37 am | In Dream Types | 3 Comments

Dr. Jane Greer, a classically trained therapist, began with the belief that the bond that exists between the living and the dead is not purely a psychological one, but is, in fact, much more dynamic and empowering. In the shattering aftermath of her own mother’s death, Dr. Greer learned—and shows us as well—that transcommunication is not simply a “hello from heaven” but a powerful therapeutic tool that is available to any of us. Through this communication, the pain of grieving can be made more bearable, ambivalent relationships can be healed, and a loved one’s messages can bring relief and joy.

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Lucid Dreaming Fundamentals

February 24, 2013 on 6:06 pm | In Dream Types | No Comments
Few aspects are imperative in achieving the right state of mind in which lucid dreaming can become possible. Maintaining brain wave activity similar to a normal dream state, while retaining a conscious awareness of yourself, being immersed in a Visualized dreamscape – virtual reality, created by your mind. There are several ways to successfully achieve a state of lucid dreaming. Through meditation, when you use Imagination and mind concentration to project a virtual reality, or work out a thought “am I dreaming?” when you are awake often and intensely enough at some point that thought will occur in your dream, that particular thought will call for your awareness to rise, triggering a state of lucid dreaming.
In theory present reality directly linked to our mind, which actively participates in changing reality. Mind – matter interaction a constant process which is controlled subconsciously, however with practice we can train ourselves to control matter with our conscious mind, allowing psychokinetic powers over material objects. When we lucid dream our abilities are limitless, everything we wish instantly can become real, we are the gods of our own designed reality. But, when we first enter this state we are powerless, limited with the same constraints that exists in the real world. Single thought acknowledging that this is a dream thus allowing ourselves to reset limits. Lucid Dreaming is like a sand box, in theory if our mind was ever designed, lucid dreaming is the feature added there, so we can test our newly developed abilities to alter our minds limits, before that would gradually reflect in the real world. If you participate in any sport, imagine the possibilities lucid dreaming could offer you. In a state of lucid dreaming you can run or jump at any speed or intensity, that form of practice, will expend your minds limits, and that will reflect on your records in present reality. People, who have psychic abilities often realized that, while they was dreaming.
Some mental exercises to try, these may be helpful to you in successfully entering a state of lucid dreaming:
Envision yourself inside of a simple environment it can be a borderless plane or the simplest white box, discard any of your thoughts that do not relate to the environment that you envision, try to move inside of that environment, in the same way you move in the real world, eventually it will start to feel real.
Simply try to think of yourself and the real world you are in , as somebody else’s thought (remember it is just an exercise). I think, “What if …” category of thoughts , are imperative to initiate independent thinking . These are key thoughts that drive the process of changing initial values that limit our abilities, by accepting possibilities we can change values of our mental settings and evolve.
Immerse yourself in absolute emptiness, think of absolutely nothing only you looking at yourself in the mirror, quiescent your mind and maintain your vision while entering a dream state, once you are there it will start to feel real.
I do believe that the practice of lucid dreaming eventually initiates evolution in consciousness and the thought “am I awake?” or “am I sleeping?” these thoughts trigger hyper state of awareness, a true awakening – full realization of who you really are, beyond the realm of physical existence, a state of consciousness where connection to your hypermind can be established, that is when we can be truly awakened.
Original Author: BinauralFX Full Bio
About 10 years ago, I started to suspect that I had an ability to affect object kinetics with my mind. Since then, my interest has grown in developing my PSI abilities. Being a computer artist, I started to experiment and later developed surreal visual stimulators for meditation: Regular, Stereoscopic (with 3D Glasses) and Stereographic (Magic Eye Vision).

Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On on Vimeo by Teri Brewer

February 23, 2013 on 6:35 am | In Active Dreaming | No Comments

This little piece was made for the TAG conference to be held in Bristol in December 2010. It is a collaboration with two of my own former students, the multi media artist Alan Williams, and singer/songwriter Cheryl Beer, but the film footage and photographs are mostly a "mash up" from my own back catalog. No intention to present this material as reflective of a real site, you know. Just a dream provoked by late nights and some student experiences of my own as well as theirs.

The initial idea for the film was inspired by a call for some parody, satire and other forms maybe tickling the soft underbelly of archaeological theory. It took, as these things sometimes do, a slightly different direction….
Here we have a dozing student half processing an illustrated lecture on an archaeological expedition she is listening to, mixed together with floating ideas from her recent reading on theory about the possible cultural consequences of anthropogenic fire. Then there are her own experiences of working with artifacts and materials from several sites. The other inspiration was my recollection of the song "Lost in a Discourse" that Welsh singer Cheryl Beer had written years ago when she was a student of mine at the University of Glamorgan.

The song actually refers in part to a lecture given by the feminist scholar Stevi Jackson with whom I taught at the time. Cheryl kindly agreed to record a new version of the song slightly re-written especially for this project. Alan Williams and I frequently collaborate on visual projects and exhibitions together. He created the animation at the center of the film as well as being co-editor of the film.

Two other former colleagues Pauline and John Young were part of the discussions that led to our experiment and did the voice-overs found at the beginning and end of the film.

Anyone who knows much about rock art will realize that we have taken huge liberties in the photographs and animations used, these rock art images include material from Baja California, central California and an assortment of international rock art motifs including some from South Africa. But so it is with dreams…..

Watch this video on Vimeo. Video created by Teri Brewer.

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