SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE
Morning “Nap” 06:00-10:00
A research-tested sleep schedule, tailored
to promote lucid dreaming, is part of the training program.
In the sunlit lanai, some freshly awakened dreamers, too eager to wait for the morning session, describe their latest adventures in the Land of Odd. Others simply enjoy a delicious breakfast.
Morning Session 10:00-12:30
Group discussion of the previous night’s lucid dreams and “near misses”; lectures by Stephen LaBerge on various topics,
including: Specific techniques of lucid dreaming; Obstacles encountered during practice; Overcoming self-imposed limitations;
The role of control; Visual, auditory, and tactile illusions illustrating the constructive, inferential nature of
the world we experience through our consciousness.
Animated discussions on the morning's presentations and plans for the afternoon unfold.
Afternoon Session/Free Time/Group Outings 13:30-18:00
Afternoon sessions plus personal time to explore inspirational sites on the island: the volcano, beaches, gardens, ocean, or?
Our field trips as a group will include an evening session in the wonderful Ahalanui hot-spring, a hike through the Kilauea caldera, and, if Pele is willing, a close-up look
at the fiery lava (see images at right).
Dreamers gather to dine and discuss all things lucid in the candle-lit lanai.
Evening Session 19:00-21:00
Lecture topics include: Scientific research on lucid dreaming; The nature of dreaming reality; How we
create our “experience” of reality, what dreaming and waking consciousness have in common;
Mind beyond body (OBE/Remote Viewing/Anomalous experiences); The importance of lucidity; Nightmare resolution;
Self-integration; and Tibetan Dream Yoga.
Some evening lectures are followed by screenings of dream-like films chosen to illustrate how we use (or misuse) perception to define our reality.
Plenty of free time to dream or walk on the beach...
Bathe in a moonlit natural hot-spring...
Pele willing, we may see the lava flow...