Lucidní snění s Robertem Wagonnerem

Lucidní snění....stav, kdy si během toho, co sníte, uvědomíte, že sníte...

Máte sny?

Možná si myslíte, že nesníte. Možná máte pocit, že si pamatujete málo snů. Možná naopak máte "živé" sny a tušíte, že byste mohli pokročit o stupeň dále a se sny pracovat. 

Tento seminář je pro všechny. 

Prospíme 1/3 života, tak proč tento čas nevyužít :)

A proč lucidně snít? Během lucidního snění můžete

- prozkoumat nevědomou mysl

- rozvíjet kreativitu

- zbavit se závislostí

- pracovat s traumaty, emocemi,  nízkou sebedůvěrou či fóbiemi

- zmírnění následků při post traumatické stresové poruše

- zbavit se nočních můr

- využít svůj potenciál a rozvinout skryté talenty

- a v neposlední řadě...můžete zažít spoustu legrace :)

Seminář bude v AJ. 

RobertWaggoner

Lucid dreaming seems deceptively simple – a paradoxical state in which you know you are dreaming, while you are dreaming. There, you can fly through space, create fire breathing dragons, and cast spells like Harry Potter, all in the safety of your subconscious mind.

Historically though, experienced lucid dreamers have used lucid dreaming as an expressway to greater self-realization, spiritual wisdom and access to creativity’s source.  The Indian Buddhist yogi, Naropa, suggested that the main technique of dream yoga, lucid dreaming, provided serious students one of the six pathways to enlightenment. 

Scientifically validated for thirty years, recent neuroscientists have deemed lucid dreaming a “hybrid state of consciousness” since the dreaming brain and portions of the waking/conscious brain show simultaneous activation. In other words, when you are lucid dreaming, your conscious mind and your subconscious mind appear joined in a shared creative collaboration, or a unique, hybrid state of consciousness

Now lucid dreamers have begun to explore lucid dreaming’s potential to investigate consciousness, the dream state and the psyche.  Already, numerous accounts exist of lucid dreamers using this special state for emotional healing and even physical healing.  Moreover, some lucid dreamers feel that they have encountered another layer of the Self and a reservoir of unconscious information; two concepts which Carl Jung theorized, but did not have the tool to validate.  Could lucid dreaming serve as a revolutionary tool to scientifically validate some of Jung’s ideas, and renew interest in the murky world of the subconscious?

ROBERT WAGONNER: 

Robert Waggoner is author of Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self, and a past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD).  For the last ten years, he has been co-editor of the online magazine, The Lucid Dreaming Experience, the only ongoing publication devoted specifically to lucid dreaming.  Robert conducts on-line workshops with GlideWing Productions and routinely speaks at colleges and conferences worldwide on the lucid dream experience



We have prepared two workshops which you should not miss:


1) Spiritual aspect of Lucid Dreaming and Buddhist dream yoga

Friday 18th May   18:00-21:00

2) Lucid dreaming weekend workshop

Sat 19th May 10:00-18:00, Sun 20th May 10:00-16:00

  • what are Lucid dreams
  •  how to become lucid
  • how to stabilize the lucid dream for longer lucid dreams
  • how to maintain your focus in the lucid dream (so you do not return to regular dreaming)
  • how to successfully explore and experiment within the lucid dream
  • using lucid dreams to access inner creativity
  • using lucid dreams for self-healing, and to resolve fears and limiting beliefs
  •  using lucid dreaming to live lucidly
  •  a brief history of lucid dreaming

IMPORTANT: if you consider the weekend workshop please sign-in asap as you will be provided with tasks to prepare you better for the weekend workshop. MORE YOU PRACTICE BETTER :))