In lieu of actually blogging (sorry, busy days!), here’s the link to a recent invited interview I did with the Archaeology Podcast Network.
As you know, dreams have been instrumental in the history of sciences for many eureka! moments. And archaeology (my own personal experience) is no different.
In this podcast, I start off discussing my pilot study involving the prehistoric rock art in Nicaragua, which involved using lucid dreaming and nature meditation methods to complement traditional archaeological inquiry.
Then the conversation gravitates towards more generally helpful tips for researchers to recall more dreams and incubate dreams that can focus on the creative process.
Here’s the link! You can listen in the browser or download via iTunes.