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Waking and Sleeping are Similar (06:30)


Our past and future are as real as a dream. Early morning dreams have meaning.

Rapid Eye Movement (05:18)

The brain is active all night long, not only during REM sleep. We are more likely to remember our early morning dreams.

Dreaming while Awake (07:10)

Buddhists appreciate subtle differences in states of consciousness. Creating art is a dreamlike state.

Function of Dreams (08:17)

Clear-minded people can tell the future by dreaming. Humans process difficult experiences during REM sleep.

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Brainwave Dreams: Part 7—Tibetan Dream Yoga

Part of the Series : Brainwave Dreams
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The Tibetan lama Lhanang Rinpoche analyzes the differing conditions that lead to Tibetan Dream Yoga and Lucid Dreaming, with an expert on the latter, Jayne Gackenbach. Jayne Gackenbach was invited to present her work on lucid dreaming to the Dalai Lama at a conference on sleeping, dreaming, and dying in Dharamsala, India in 1992. She is currently a professor at Grant MacEwan University, Alberta, Canada, having received her Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1978.

Length: 28 minutes

Item#: BVL143678

ISBN: 978-1-64198-397-6

Copyright date: ©2011

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