Lucid Dreaming and Consciousness: A conversation with Luigi Sciambarella, Integrative Hypno-Psychotherapist specializing in sleep and dream disturbance

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Lucid Dreaming and Consciousness: A conversation with Luigi Sciambarella, Integrative Hypno-Psychotherapist specializing in sleep and dream disturbance

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The gate-less gate to expanded states of consciousness — Lucid dreaming, shared dreams and out-of-body states are somewhat similar, with each having its unique characteristics. “I came across a book, ‘Tibetan Yogas Of Dream And Sleep’ by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche … and my practice [lucid dreaming] took off.” Dream yoga is where you wake up inside a dream similar to a lucid dream but rather than simply having a dream experience, you start to train your mind. Even more advanced, Clear Light dream techniques will take your lucid dreams to a whole other level. A clear light experience differs from traditional lucid dreaming … it introduces meditation into the dream state. “I can meditate in absolute silence … pure silence. I’m a point of awareness observing the void … the next stage is to completely dissolve the sense of self.” For more information about the Monroe Institute and our programs, visit monroeinstitute.org