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In this introductory workshop Charlie Morley shows us how to take charge over the third of our lives that we spend asleep. Learning how to dream lucidly and sleep consciously is an instrument we can use to explore more of our being and transform our lives.
Open to complete beginners (as well as seasoned lucid dreamers) the workshop will include everything you need to learn how to lucid dream and to wake up to your fullest potential.
We will explore:
• How to lucid dream
• The benefits of lucid dreaming.
• Dream Planning (Charlie’s 3 step process)
• Tibetan Buddhist dream yoga
The workshop will include teachings on the history, science and practice of lucid dreaming from both the Western and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, instructions on how to maintain awareness into sleep, exploration of the dreamlike nature of reality and of course plenty of practical teachings on learning how to lucid dream.
Since 2008 Charley Morley has spent most of my time running workshops and writing books about Lucid Dreaming, Mindfulness of Dream & Sleep and Shadow Integration and has been teaching these sleep methods since. He is also a bestselling author of several books on lucid dreaming.
He’s been lucid dreaming for over 20 years and has been teaching this practice since 2008. Speaker at both Oxford and Cambridge Universities, Charley has also ran courses and given talks for the Metropolitan Police, Reuters News Agency and the Army Air Corps as well as presenting his work with military veterans on Sky News and at the Ministry of Defence Mindfulness Symposium.
In 2019, in a world first, he trained a group of therapists to use lucid dreaming with their clients. Conducted by the Institute of Noetic Science in 2022, the first scientific study into Charlie’s methods, concluded that “a remarkable decrease in PTSD Symptoms” was experienced in almost half of the participants.
Charlie formally became a Buddhist at the age of 19, lived at the Kagyu Samye Dzong Buddhist Centre for 7 years and completed a 3 month meditation retreat at Tara Rokpa Centre in 2016.