https://youtu.be/0hVSf0PMwQk What’s Normal Anyway? Hello Dreamers, Lucid dreaming was once a topic that was considered quite ‘out there’ and resultantly those that practised it were prone to ridicule from society. Thanks to collaborative efforts between dreamers, scientists, psychologists, philosophers, artists, writers and other thinkers, lucid dreamers now appear on mainstream television, are popular online, and [...]
If we could successfully pick out the predictive dream coins from our treasure chest of dreams, could the 9-11 atrocities and other such disasters have been prevented? Did many people foresee the events of that day or was what they claimed to have seen in such visions false, overexaggerated, or a product of a mind [...]
Charlie Morley's book, Lucid Dreaming Made Easy - A Beginners Guide to Waking Up in Your Dreams (2015), gives an excellent introduction to the subject of lucid dreaming, focussing on scientific, religious and other ancient approaches to dream work. The book offers much thought-provoking content that invariably leads us to ask: where do dreams actually [...]
In the book, Dreams That Can Save Your Life – Early Warning Signs of Cancer and Other Diseases, dreamers, health care practitioners and other professionals outline their amazing experiences with prophetic dreams, as well as their harrowing battles with cancer. Importantly, many of the dreams have been professionally documented and may help convince sceptics that [...]
It isn't often that we find books that give a thoroughly decent and unbiased account of the scientific nature of sleep and dreams, but Matthew Walker’s (2017) Why We Sleep just does that. Whenever we see Freudian thinking being criticized by an academic I believe we should all rejoice! This informative and interesting book hits [...]
Why do dreams show us the future? Is it so that we can warn people and prevent potential catastrophes, or is it to simply show us that there is meaning to life, even in the most extreme life or death situations?
A young boy had a premonition of his death in a fire, only to be tragically killed in an arson attack weeks later. One night after waking up from a nightmare, Brandon Pearson, aged 8, shouted: "Mum, I'm dying, I'm on fire!" After the family were constantly harassed by groups of youths, Brandon would ask [...]