Interested in rubbing elbows with some of the top dream experts today? I invite you to join me at the 10th annual PsiberDreaming Conference. The con is entirely online, hosted by the International Association for the Study of Dreams. This year’s theme is “Perspectives on lucid dreaming,” and the line up is pretty impressive. And I’m not just saying that because I’ll be there.
Keynotes include psychologist Fariba Bogzaran, founder of the Dream Studies program at John F Kennedy University, and Robbie Bosnak, Jungian therapist and clinical psychologist. Integrating dream wisdom with modern life, both presenters have had a powerful impact on thousands with their books, workshops and trainings.
Two other notable presenters include Robert Waggoner, author of Lucid Dreaming: gateway to the inner self, and Jayne Gackenbach, one of the most prolific lucid dream researchers to date.
There’s over 25 presenters total, so I’m just scratching the surface here.
My presentation: introducing Lucid Immersion
Lucid dreaming is the art of knowing you’re in a dream while still within the confines of sleep. I’ll be presenting my personal method for increasing lucidity in dreams, based on material from my soon-to-be-released mastermind guide Lucid Immersion. Just like the best way for learning a language, you can go deeper with lucidity by saturating yourself in an environment where you eat, breathe and live lucid.
It’s really a meta-method, drawn from the latest lucid dreaming research (including many co-presenters’ work) as well as the wisdom of historic dreaming lore. My presentation at PsiberDreaming focuses on building a safe container for lucid immersion within the constraints of everyday life.
An Online conference – how does that work?
The PsiberDreaming team has been leading social spaces on the web for 10 years. That’s Before Facebook (BF).
Essentially, for each day during the two week conference—September 25-October 9— new papers and workshops will be unlocked. Participants can join discussions, and ask direct questions to the presenters.
Meanwhile, there’s a beehive of general discussion activity ongoing in the Dreamer’s Inn, and another area for dream sharing.
It’s not just text either: the conference will also display an online digital art gallery.
Contests too: including the popular annual dream telepathy contest, as well as contests for mutual dreaming and other elements of paranormal dreaming.
I’m also excited to announce that moderators from LucidDreaming4all will also open a portal at the con. Five LD4all experts will be present to answer questions.
In case you didn’t know, LD4All recently celebrated its 15th anniversary, and remains the oldest lucid dreaming forum in the whole wide net.
Attend for free
The International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) has made an offer that if you become a member before October 9, you can attend the PsiberDreaming Conference for free.
Members of the IASD receive a yearly subscription to the peer-reviewed research journal Dreaming and the popular magazine DreamTime. Members also can rev up their dream education by participating in online study groups monitored by dream experts and researchers.
The conference costs $45 for general public. $40 for IASD members, and $30 for students with a current ID.
Here’s where to learn more about the conference, check out the other presenters, and register.
Hope you join me!