This book offers an in-depth look at dream yoga, and how you can interact with or experience your dreams during the day.
The goal of this more advanced practice should be to remain awake during deep sleep when the gross conceptual mind and physical senses cease to function.
This book is an excellent resource for anyone interested in dream yoga or lucid dreaming.
The author clearly explains the Tibetan syllables and their locations throughout your body, providing practical instructions on how to use them while staying theoretical with what they mean based on your own experience.
Practicing this type of meditation technique which has been passed down through generations since ancient times is not just about having lucid dreams.
The practice provides another context in which one can engage with advanced techniques on their path toward liberation while sleeping soundly at night!
Publisher Snow Lion
File Size 1519 kb
Text to Speach enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Print length : 351 pages
Listening Length 7 hours and 33 minutes
About The Author
Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, a modern-day sage in Tibet’s Bön tradition, has been teaching throughout America and Europe since 1991.
He founded Ligmincha Institute to raise awareness of his people’s ancient wisdom and knowledge through study as well as the practice of what he learned from both Buddhist practices like meditation and yoga that are familiar abroad but foreign enough for Americans still unfamiliar with them because they’ve never been done before here in the West, also indigenous rituals like ceremonies designed specifically around local terrain needs (like using medicinal plants) rather than just importing ideas.
The chapters are divided into 6 main parts:
- The Nature Of Dreams
- Kinds and Uses of Dreams
- The Practice of Dream Yoga
- The Practice of Sleep Yoga
More detailed information will come.
This may be the most advanced book I’ve seen so far in my search for direction, knowledge, and experience.
Even if you are a beginner at lucid dreaming this book is worth having next to your bed stand or even the audiobook would be worth listening to before falling asleep.