After an absence of a few years, the popular lucid dreaming retreat is back. Hosted by David Tyfield, who has co-facilitated with internationally renowned lucid dreaming author Charlie Morley on three intensive lucid dreaming retreats, this is surely one that you do not want to miss.
Human beings spend a third of their lifetimes asleep. Through lucid dreaming, we can make use of this time and develop an inspiring habit of connecting with the world and exploring our subconscious. Attending this retreat can quite literally send you on your wildest dreams and in that you can achieve your heart’s deepest desires.
Participants will learn the basic techniques needed to have lucid dreams, stabilize those lucid dreams and get the most out of them. Using the Mindfulness of Dream and Sleep approach taught by Rob Nairn and Charlie Morley, the retreat will also focus on other areas of mindfulness around sleep including hypnogogic and hypnopompic awareness. Through years of practising an array of techniques, David Tyfield has developed some simple meditation methods that fuse daily meditation with dream practice in order to appreciate the flow between the two.
If you would like to know more about lucid dreaming before the retreat, come to the free introduction to lucid dreaming in Seminar room 11 at the Department of Psychology on Thursday 11 May.
The retreat will be held at the Thomas Baines Nature Reserve from 6pm on Friday 12 May to Sunday 14 May at 1pm. For two nights of accommodation and an accumulated seven lucid dreaming courses at the price of R500 for students, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
More information will be given on registration. If you have any queries or simply wish to RSVP, contact Anton at firstname.lastname@example.org.