Dream Yoga

Illusory Form Practice: What Do You Really Want?

Illusory Form Practice: What Do You Really Want?

One of the things that distinguishes dream yoga from lucid dreaming is the daytime practice of Illusory Form. They are reciprocating practices, which means that your nighttime practice of dream yoga strengthens your daytime practice of Illusory...

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How to Practice Lucid Dreaming

How to Practice Lucid Dreaming

How to Practice Lucid Dreaming Article by Andrew Holecek in Lion's Roar Magazine You know that magical moment when you wake up within a dream and know you’re dreaming? That’s lucid dreaming. It’s a skill you can develop and a beneficial meditation...

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A Paper on the Concept of Lucidity & Virtual Reality

A Paper on the Concept of Lucidity & Virtual Reality

I recently finished writing a scientific paper with the neuroscientist Jordan Quaglia, exploring the topic of lucidity within the context of lucid dreaming and virtual reality. The Research for the Paper Started at One of My Lucid Dreaming/Dream...

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Why Is Lucid Dreaming So Hard?

Why Is Lucid Dreaming So Hard?

Why is lucid dreaming so hard? These magical dreams – when you know that you’re dreaming while you’re dreaming – are frustratingly illusive. For many people it almost feels like a bait-and-switch: so much is promised, so little delivered. Lucid...

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Dream Yoga In Depth Audio Course

Dream Yoga In Depth Audio Course

If you are looking for a thorough introduction to the night time practice of dream yoga, Andrew produced a dream yoga in depth audio course with Sounds True titled Dream Yoga: The Tibetan Path of Awakening Through Lucid Dreaming. This 6 hour and 42...

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Best Time for Lucid Dreaming

Best Time for Lucid Dreaming

People often ask me if there is a best time for lucid dreaming. There is, and it is in the morning hours. To most effectively learn lucid dreaming, it is important to understand and take advantage of our sleep cycles. There are times when it’s best...

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What Is a Lucid Dream?

What Is a Lucid Dream?

A lucid dream is when you wake up to the fact that you’re dreaming, but you still remain in the dream—that is, you’re dreaming and you know it. Early History The term “Lucid dream” was hinted at by the scholar Marquis d’Hervey de Saint-Denys...

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How Far Are You Willing to Go to Wake Up

How Far Are You Willing to Go to Wake Up

How Far Are You Willing to Go to Wake Up? In an interview with Lauren Krause of Trike Daily, Andrew explains how tapping into our lucid dreams can help us better understand—and even enhance—our waking life. Some nights, after we close our eyes, we...

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How to Lucid Dream

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