Do you want to learn to heal yourself while you sleep? Through lucid dreaming, Charlie believes you can. Lucid dreaming allows us to become fully conscious within our dreams and has been used for millennia to heal both the mind and the body during sleep.
In this brand-new talk, lucid dreaming teacher Charlie Morley will explore both ancient teachings and modern scientific research on the healing potential of lucid dreaming.
Over 1000 years ago the Tibetan Buddhists, Toltec-Mexhicas and mystic Sufis all knew that consciousness within the dream state could be used for healing by allowing the mind to move beyond habitual mental patterns.
Nowadays the use of lucid dreaming to treat PTSD and trauma nightmares is well documented and Charlie will explore his work with Armed Forces Veterans and survivors of childhood trauma to highlight this scientifically verified healing potential. Fascinatingly, neuroscientific studies now offer the possibility of lucid dreaming being used to heal physical ailments too. It is believed that the combination of powerful placebo effect healing works alongside neuroplasticity to allow the lucid dream state to directly counteract physical ailments.
Lucid dreaming has been used to treat everything from major disease to poor eye sight and even weight loss, and this talk will explore how lucid dreaming can be used to heal our own bodies too.
Lucid dreaming teacher Charlie Morley is a best-selling author and global authority in lucid dreaming and shadow work.
He was 'authorised to teach' within the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism by Lama Rinpoche in 2008 and has since developed a holistic approach to dream work called Mindfulness of Dream and Sleep. His books, Dreams of Awakening, Dreaming through Darkness and Lucid Dreaming: A beginner's guide have been translated into more than 11 languages.
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