There’s been a flurry of interesting articles, events and research news about dream studies recently. Here’s a list of some stories that may have slipped past your radar. enjoy!
Why do we run so slowly in our dreams? This Mashable piece is interesting, but missed the boat I like to call “REM atonia.”
Relatedly, do we dream in slow motion? A controversial lucid dreaming study suggests that dream time is relative.
Was Freud right about dreams? Neuroscientist Mark Solms says penis, I mean, yes. At least when the preservation of sleep is concerned.
World’s Largest Clairvoyance Experiment. Vice Magazine covers the app SHADOW (for which I am a consultant) and the potential for identifying time-stamped keyword spikes in dreams for predicting future events.
Discovery News slams the search for dream telepathy in a rather emotional and unscientific piece that also ignores (ie: is ignorant of) the last 50 years of cognitive dream research.
Everything you ever wanted to know about lucid dream sex (but were afraid to ask). This is a guest post I wrote for World of Lucid Dreaming based on my new ebook BIG DREAMS.
Our dreaming world. Sleep Doc Michael Breus has a new series on dream psychology on Huffpost.
Really cool fractal paintings inspired by the lucid dreams of Montreal artist Dustyn Lucas.
4 alternative sleep schedules [infographic] besides the 8 hour “lay down and die” model enforced upon us.
BIG DREAMS on Mysterious Universe. My favorite esoterica podcast talked about my new book for half their episode. You just have to wade past some conjectures about ancient Atlantis first (My segment is at minute 56).
Why dream sharing is important. Great new piece by Dr. Angel Morgan on Huffpost.
How smoking pot affects your dreams and dream recall. It’s not just about short term memory. It’s also about short term memory.
Contribute your life changing dream to a book. The IASD (for which I am a board member) has a new project “Dreams That Change Our Lives” Deadline to contribute a dream has been extended to 1 July 2015.