with Kate Gallagher, MA, 500 e-RYT
Lucid /ˈlo͞osəd/ means bright, or luminous, indicates clear expression or perception, and refers to periods of clear thinking amidst confusion. In the domain of dreams, to lucid dream is to know one's self as a dreamer, and the dream as merely a dream -- which opens up the dreamer to a great many possibilities to use the sleep state for recreation, meditation, and insight. This course will utilize the book Dreaming Yourself Awake by B. Alan Wallace and will emphasize attentional training and simple tricks and tools as a path to lucid dreaming. We'll contemplate waking up in dreams as an analogy for waking up in our lives. Books available via GrassRoots Bookstore.
Wednesdays June 3 - June 24 6-7:30pm via Zoom.
June 3: Cultivating Rest: Remembering Dreams
June 10: Cultivating Stability: Waking Up in Dreams
June 17: Cultivating Vividness: Flying in Dreamland
June 24: Cultivating Insight: In-Sleep Meditation
Please register to receive the zoom link: ContemplativeStudies@oregonstate.edu
Free | Open to All | Donations to CSI welcome
For questions and accommodations for disabilities please contact ContemplativeStudies@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-4785
Wednesday, June 10 at 12:00am to 7:30am
Wednesday, June 17 at 12:00am to 7:30am
Wednesday, June 24 at 12:00am to 7:30am