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Life is a Dream, part I

Part I in the Life is a Dream Training Course series. Here, I discuss the philosophical reasons why it is difficult to say life is *not* a dream, as well as introduce a practice by which viewers can become more aware of their own dreams. Look forward to a discussion of waking-life dream powers in part II!

2 thoughts on “Life is a Dream, part I”

  1. When I was your age I studied Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s ‘La Vida Es Sueno’ deeply, and had the opportunity to design a well funded production of it, exploring the colors, sounds and textures that enable waking dreams for the average viewer who doesn’t practice the expansion of their own dream states. Today I find joy, understanding and inspiration in bringing my dream states into the work of my daily life, embracing my dreams as problem solving transcendent gifts…
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_Is_a_Dream

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