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Conscious Dreaming

In Times of Uncertainty

A four-part course with Dr. Fariba Bogzaran

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In this four-part course, Dr. Bogzaran works with the topics of sleep, dreams, and consciousness in sleep (lucid dreaming). Through her presentations, she:

  • Gives an in-depth description of the structure and experiences of a night’s sleep
  • Discusses different categories of dreams
  • Examines lucid dreaming, its application and methods
  • Explores the connection between lucid dreaming and Dream Yoga
  • Discusses a variety of experiences, methods, and applications in lucid dreaming and how this practice directly connects with waking consciousness

Experiential exercises are included.

Exploring the depth of consciousness through dreams and lucid dreaming as a practice of self-reflection are a path to integrate the wisdom of the inner worlds with the challenges of the outer world. This integration of the inner and the outer brings awareness to our daily life and shows how to be present on all levels of our existence.

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Course Overview:

  • Give an in-depth description of the structure and experiences of a night’s sleep
  • Discuss different categories of dreams
  • Examine lucid dreaming, its application and methods
  • Explore the connection between lucid dreaming and Dream Yoga
  • Discuss a variety of experiences, methods, and applications in lucid dreaming and how this practice directly connects with waking consciousness

Presenter

Fariba Bogzaran

Fariba Bogzaran, Ph.D. (East-West Psychology), scientist/artist, founded the dream studies program at JFKU where she taught for twenty-five years. She was part of the lucid dream research team at Stanford University Sleep Laboratory, exploring the science of lucid dreaming in the 1980s. She co-founded the Lucid Art Foundation (1998), and co-authored Extraordinary Dreams (2002) and Integral Dreaming (2012), both published by SUNY Press. She is the author of several chapters in anthologies on dreams, among them: “Lucid Dreaming: History and Practice” in Perchance to Dream: The Frontiers of Dream Psychology (2009); “Contemplating Lucid Dreaming: East-West View” in On Dream and Dreaming (2011); “Hyperspace Lucidity and Creative Consciousness” in Lucid Dreaming: New Perspectives on Consciousness in Sleep, vol. II (2014); and “Hyperspace Lucidity” in Dreams: Understanding Biology, Psychology, and Culture (2019). She is a multi-media artist and has exhibited, performed and published her work for decades. Her major art retrospective, Lucidity, was held at Meridian Gallery, San Francisco (2013). Her integral approach to dreams and life is informed by her in-depth training and practice of East-West and Somatic Psychology, Art and Shamanic Practices, and Tai Chi Chuan.

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