Archive | May, 2007

Dreams of Flying

23 May

Peace dove by AlicePopkorn

  One of my youngest “dream memories” is a dream of flying. I was maybe 10 years. I was on my cousins open farm land and began running. I put my hands out and I flew. I just went up into the air and flew, it was as simple as that. It felt amazing, and […]

9 Tips For Improving Dream Recall To Make Your Dream Journal A Success

22 May

For years I’ve written my dreams down in different places; a day-to-day journal, a dream journal, on my home computer, on my work computer, even on post-it notes. It wasn’t until I started this website back in the fall of 2006 that I starting keeping an organized dream journal where I write my dreams down […]

Stephen LaBerge quote on dreaming and perception

21 May

“Dreaming is perception unconstrained by sensory input. And vice versa, what is perception is what we’re doing right now; dreaming, constrained by sensory input.” Stephen LaBerge, interview, captured in DVD series titled “Consciousness “

Dreams, Film, and David Lynch

15 May

Watching films like Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive is like entering into someone else’s dream. Just like a dream, every scene carries an intangible sense of meaning to it while it is happening. Yet once it’s over there’s a disconnect to what was before and what is next; how this leads to that, how this […]

Dispatches in Dream Interpretation: My First Dream Work Class

10 May

This week I went to the first of four Dream Work classes I’m taking at this new age Christian church in my town. These classes are based on the teachings of Jeremy Taylor and also to some degree on Carl Jung. So what is dream work? Essentially, we sit in a circle and share a […]

How To Make Calea Z Tea Taste Bitter…I mean Better!

10 May

Boiling a few grams of Calea Zacatechichi doesn’t leave you with the bestest tasting tea. In fact, it’s pretty nasty. I found the following quotes in the Erowid archives expressing this point, saying: “The tea is down right disgusting even when mixed with camomille, california poppy, and honey” ” How bad can boiled leaves possibly […]

How to Make Calea Z Capsules

9 May

Making your own Calea Zacatechichi capsules is really a simple process. Here are some instructions and tips from my own experience that I hope you will find helpful. What You Definitely Need Calea Zacatechichi (also called dream herb or simply Calea Z) Something to the grind the leaves with Empty capsules Lots of spare time […]

Rob Bryanton, author of Imagining the 10th Dimension, visits Dreaming Life!

1 May

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding a new book out there called Imagining The 10th Dimension. Singer / songwriter, thinker, philosopher and amateur scientist (although he insists he’s not a scientist!) has pieced together a means of actually explaining a way to understand the idea of not just 4 or 5 dimensions, but 10. (10 […]

Imagining the Tenth Dimension – Animation Part 1

1 May

This is part one of a 10 minute animation produced by Rob Bryanton that outlines how to Imagine the Tenth Dimension. This animation accompanies his book of the same name. Click anywhere on the image below to start this clip. Click here for Part Two of this clip. Click here for interview index page.

Imagining the Tenth Dimension – Animated Video Clip Part 2

1 May

This is part two of a 10 minute animation produced by Rob Bryanton that outlines how to Imagine the Tenth Dimension. This animation accompanies his book of the same name. Click anywhere on the image below to start this clip. Click here for Part One of this clip. Click here for interview index page.

Part 1 : An Interview with Rob Bryanton of Imagining the 10th Dimension – the book and the animation

1 May

Can you give us a little background into how you wrote this book and came up with the ideas presented within its pages? Is it possible to give us a summary of your main ideas? The basic idea is something I started to believe as a child – that the other realities that could have […]

Part 2 : An Interview with Rob Bryanton of Imagining the 10th Dimension – What the Bleep style thinking & the Bicameral Mind

1 May

There’s a meme of growing popularity, largely due to the success of the film What the Bleep Do We Know, that can be summed like this: We create reality through conscious observation. What we choose to think, decide, and observe has a literal input into the creation of the reality around us. You write on […]