In this premier event, world renowned dream experts Robert Waggoner and Robert Bosnak join Machiel Klerk in a three-way dialogue to discuss Klerk’s new CD, Rumi and the World of Dream. In this discussion the three dream workers talk about their ways of working with dreams, the importance of lucid dreams in their life, ways to engage with the dream beings and visits of ancestors in the world of dream. It is a fascinating talk, and you can get your free download here.
In the CD “Rumi and the World of Dream” Klerk describes the three basic characteristics of dreaming that help us relate to dreams in an experiential and relational way. The great interpreter of poet Rumi, Coleman Barks has provided an introduction and bonus feature to the CD.
Dream Discussion Participants:
Robert Waggoner is one of the greatest lucid dreamers in the western world and author of Lucid Dreaming, Gateway to the Inner Self. He is also the past president-elect of the International Association of study of Dreams.
Robert Bosnak, PsyA is a Jungian psychoanalyst who graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich in 1977. He developed a method of working with dreams called Embodied Imagination. Bosnak also wrote several books, among which the worldwide bestseller ‘A Little Course In Dreams’.
Machiel Klerk, LMFT is the author of a unique style of working with dreams called: Dream Dialogue. He is also the founder of the Jung Society of Utah, licensed therapist and a dream worker.
You can pre-purchase the CD or audio download here at dreamdialogue.com/products
Length of discussion 75 minutes
On the surface, 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. 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. Yet some experienced lucid dreamers, like our presenter, will argue that lucid dreaming allows a person to interact directly with one’s inner Self. Moreover, these interactions meet the criteria that Carl Jung established to show the existence of an “inner awareness.”
Robert Waggoner is author of the acclaimed book, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self, and a past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD). He co-edits the free online magazine, The Lucid Dream Exchange, and frequently speaks on lucid dreaming at colleges and conferences worldwide.
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