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April 9, 2010

Craig Webb; Dreams and the Unconcious

By Rob Kall

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Craig Webb, Executive Director of the non-profit DREAMS Foundation for fifteen years, is a McGill University graduate with pioneering dream and lucid dream research at Stanford University and Montreal's Sacré-Coeur Hospital. As an author, columnist, and hired/invited expert for major motion pictures, fortune 500 companies, prestigious universities, international TV networks/shows and magazines, etc., he's broadcast and published cutting edge approaches about dreams, practical psychology, communications, creativity, and the science of mind, as well as interviews with leading visionaries. His empowering training approach has enabled CEO's, celebrities, doctors, professors, best-selling authors, students, and other clients from all walks of life to make profound breakthroughs while having plenty of fun. Craig also helped found/produce "Making Contact" (a progressive radio program airing weekly on 200+ stations worldwide for over fifteen years), and has designed personal transformation and biofeedback tools with worldwide distribution. For over fifteen years, he's also had the privilege to lead numerous training programs and over 1500 miles of transformational training programs. Craig and his work have made many hundreds of international academic, public, and corporate appearances including various universities, Discovery Channel, SciFi/NBC/Universal, ABC, CBS, MSN, Yahoo Business, BBC, AOL, CTV, CBC, New York Times, London Times, and numerous other TV, radio, print and online sources.

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Proof of lucidity
work at Sacre Couer hospital with dreams foundation
Can be concious while asleep
Trained with Dr. Stephen LaBerge at Stanford.

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accessing the state--

Dream recall-- can be useful, valuable, to recall and look at our dreams
Record our dreams in morning--

Jim Cameron of avatar and and Titanic and Terminator-- dreamt the idea of terminator. That was his breakthrough film.

10-15 minutes in morning writing, then reflecting on the dream.

Warning dreams or nightmare. If we catch them early, like catching the oil light on car saves you from an engine meltdown later.
something's coming, really serious, deal with it.

how to remember dreams--
   avoid alarm
   set an intended time to wake up
   try not to move, the moment you woke up. The whole body is dreaming
   keep eyes closed.
   use a recorder-- keep it bedside  say a few key elements

recurring nightmare-- 82% of people  have chase/pursuit dream-- an archetypal dream-- about integrating a missing part of ourselves.

Lucid dreaming-- go in the dream and stand her ground. Chased in car, saw pursuer, pulled into parking lot, got out and started running. Then she had a re-cognition-- tried new response-- whirled around, faced the pursuer-- said-- "this is my dream and you can't hurt me, can't run me around." Saw pursuer's face-- was friendly, with warm eyes-- told he he was chasing her to tell her he loved her.

Kilton stewart studied the Senoi So did Robert Wolff, author of ORIGINAL WISDOM

Another word for dream recall is intuition.

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Authors Bio:
Rob Kall is the administrator for StoryCon