Lucid Dream Yoga: The Path of Awakening Through Sleep and Dream
Lucid dreaming and dream yoga transform the night into a profound opportunity to explore the nature of mind and reality – and have great fun while doing so.
- Have you wanted to experience lucid dreaming and didn’t know where to start?
- Did you know that many studies have shown that meditators have more lucid dreams?
- Would you like to learn how to illuminate and therefore eliminate the darkness of your own mind?
- At this week-long Lucid Dream Yoga retreat, experience the beauty of Costa Rica, savor healthy meals, and meet like-minded people while you learn a totally new relationship to sleep and dreams.
In this workshop, you will learn how lucid dreaming evolves into dream yoga, and if your nocturnal education continues, into the “graduate school” of sleep yoga (maintaining consciousness in deep dreamless sleep) and even bardo yoga (using the darkness of the night to prepare for death). Participants come out of these workshops with a totally new relationship to sleep and dreams. And since “darkness” and “sleep” are code words for the unconscious mind and spiritual ignorance, you will learn how to illuminate and therefore eliminate the darkness of your own mind, and wake up spiritually – just as the Buddha, the “awakened one,” did.
Some Topics We Will Explore:
- Dream Yoga vs. Lucid Dreaming: What’s the difference?
- What is the nature of dreaming reality; how different is it from waking reality?
- The science behind lucid dreaming
- Lucid dreaming methods from beginning to advanced
- The stages of sleep and how to use them
- Mind beyond body (Out of body experiences, remote viewing, etc.)
- How meditation improves lucidity
- Dream recall techniques and how to overcome obstacles
- Lucid dreaming enhancement from the East and West
- The inner yogas and how to use subtle body to work with subtle mind
- Transforming nightmares and insomnia
- Mixing day and night, life and death
- What it means to accomplish lucid dreaming and dream yoga
- A map of the mind: where we go when we sleep and dream
- The daytime practice of Illusory Form
- The Buddhist concept of emptiness and how we can apply it to our daily lives
This retreat is hosted and administered by Blue Spirit Costa Rica. Because of this, we are not able to offer any Night Club member discount to this event. Any inquiries about this program should be directed to the Blue Spirit Costa Rica. email@example.com – 1-845-684-2007