1. Consciousness & Awareness Are Not the Same 2.Demonic Dreams as Messengers of Wholeness: Stephen Laberge

Published on May 23, 2016

Is consciousness the same as awareness, or do the two words refer to different dimensions of perception?

According to world expert on lucid dreaming, Stephen LaBerge, consciousness is awareness plus mind and the structure of the individual brain. “That’s a critical understanding,” he says, “Consciousness does have to do with the brain, but it’s not awareness. Awareness is the word for what it is prior to the one thing we are sure of.”
Stephen LaBerge is the first scientist to empirically prove the existence of the phenomena of lucid dreaming. His work has developed this technique into a powerful tool for studying mind-body relationships in the dream state and he has demonstrated the considerable potential for lucid dreaming in the fields of psychotherapy and psychosomatic medicine.

His book on the subject, Lucid Dreaming, Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming and his more academic Conscious Mind, Sleeping Brain have received enormous popular interest. He is the founder of The Lucidity Institute, an organization that promotes research into lucid dreaming, as well as running courses for the general public on how to achieve a lucid dream

Demonic Dreams as Messengers of Wholeness: Stephen Laberge

Published on May 23, 2016

Are we ready for the lucid nightmare?

“It’s a very destructive idea – the astral projection notion – that there are entities out there that want to get you and that you’ve got to get rid of them and protect yourself from them. No. You want to transform the demons into angels. They’re messengers… of wholeness, and if you accept them, they transform.”
Psychophysiologist and leader in the scientific study of lucid dreaming Stephen LaBerge talks about wholeness and lucidity.

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