Come along for this fun one-hour lucid dreaming seminar and learn about the potential of your own dreams. Live Q&A session with Dr. Clare Johnson at the end – ask anything you like!
In your dreams, you can do anything…
Dreams can help you heal your fears, resolve emotional issues, and connect to your deepest spiritual truths, but only if you take the time to learn how to communicate with them effectively. Lucid dreaming is a powerful way of engaging mindfully with your dreams to solve problems, improve your relationships, and discover who you are at the most profound level.
In this course led by Dr. Clare Johnson, author of Mindful Dreaming: Harness the Power of Lucid Dreaming for Happiness, Health, and Positive Change, you’ll learn the first steps to having lucid dreams and how to guide yourself through the “waking dream” world. Dr. Johnson gives tips for decoding the symbolic language of dreams and shares her best practical techniques for working – and playing! – with dreams for a happier, more vibrant life.
In this course, you will learn:
-How to become lucid in your dreams
-Tips for decoding the symbolic language of dreams
-Exercises for working through emotional issues in your dream world
-How to create empowering and spiritual lucid dreams
Dates and Time
This class, “Lucid Dreaming for Health and Happiness”, will take place on July 10th, 2018, from 12:30 – 1:30 pm Eastern time (9:30 am – 10:30 am Pacific Standard Time). So it’s a lunch and learn webinar for EST people, a breakfast seminar if you’re on the West coast of the US, and a dinner seminar if you’re in Europe!
If you can’t attend the live session, a recorded copy will be emailed to you the following day. The cost of the course is $10.
Come along and bring a friend! Here’s a link to the REGISTRATION PAGE.
Dr Clare Johnson is the President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. A lucid dreamer all her life, her books include Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming; Mindful Dreaming (Dream Therapy in Europe); and novels Breathing in Colour and Dreamrunner. She also co-edited Sleep Monsters & Superheroes. She was the first person to do a PhD on lucid dreaming as a creative writing tool.