By Rhys Chisnall
We all dream, every night, although we may not always remember them. Dreams occur in the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) state of consciousness that occurs in sleep. This is when the brain activity is high and resembles being awake. Apparently dreams can also occur in other stages of sleep but these dreams . . . → Read More: Dreams, Lucid Dreaming and Out of Body Experiences
By Robert Moss
Have you lost touch with your dreams? Are your dreams missing you (in the words of one of a new slew of dream-themed TV commercials)? Is your dream recall limited to fragments that are lost completely as you hurry off into the business and traffic of the day?
Relax. Robert Moss, author . . . → Read More: Breaking a Dream Drought
Reviewed by Taylor Ellwood
If you find the subject of chemognosis (magic practice done with entheogens) fascinating, then this is a book you’ll want to pick up. The authors explore how plants and animals can be used to enhance dreaming and cause other altered states of consciousness through ingestion or smoking. They also recount some . . . → Read More: Drugs of the Dreaming
By Richard Webster
Many years ago, while doing some research in Hong Kong, I accidentally overheard two women talking about dream animals. I went into a café and sat down at a table next to an attractive Asian lady and her American friend. I wasn’t paying any attention to their conversation, until I suddenly heard . . . → Read More: Spirit and Dream Animals
Intuitive and clairvoyant abilities are magical, mysterious, and miraculous; that said, the most amazing things about them is that we are all born with a built-in connection to our Divine guidance. It has always been there, but most of us were not brought up in a way that encouraged us to access and . . . → Read More: Yes, You Are Clairvoyant Too!
By H. Kappes and G. Oettingen
It’s a trusted tool in the self-help armoury – visualising yourself having achieved your goals, be that weighing less, enjoying the view atop Everest, or walking down the aisle with the girl or boy of your dreams. Trouble is, reams of research shows that indulging in positive fantasies actually . . . → Read More: Why positive fantasies make your dreams less likely to come true
By Frater U.:D.:
Reader Question: For quite some time now I have been trying to separate my astral body by using the following method: I lie flat on my back, breath deeply and slowly, and enter a state of deep relaxation, as I learned to do through autogenic training. Then I try to separate my . . . → Read More: Astral Travel: How Does It Work?
By Michael Lennox
When out and about in the world, people find out what I do, I am immediately branded as someone interesting to talk to and I am asked a variety of questions. This may be one of the reasons I was drawn to devoting my life to dreams in the first place; this . . . → Read More: Dream Interpretation for Everyone
By Richard Alleyne
Throughout history people have described how they have floated from their bodies and looked back at themselves, often when close to death or on the operating table.
The accounts have been so vivid that they are often cited as proof of the existence of the soul or Heaven.
But scientists . . . → Read More: Out-of-body experiences are the product of a confused mind: study
It is a strange factor of sentience that we are aware of ourselves through time – something different from memory or instinct, something more profound than animal awareness. It is the source of much anxiety, but it is also what fuels ambition, hope, and the imaginative life.
It is presumed that when animals dream, they . . . → Read More: Prophetic Dreams–The Subtle Art of Divination