43. Ian Wilson in “Dreamscapes” | Lucidity, Precognition, Qualia & Interconnectedness

Ryan from Occulture offered an opportunity to discuss dreams and this is the result of that discussion. Thanks Ryan for a wonderful discussion.

We’re slashing through your subconscious like a nightmare on Elm Street with this supernatural sonic paralysis, and we’re diggin’ deep into the dreamscape in this one with Ian Wilson. Ian is a private dream researcher and dream explorer who has been recognized by members of the International Association for the Study of Dreams as a pioneer in the exploration of precognitive dream phenomena. Ian is also the man behind the website YouAreDreaming.org, which is a wet dream for anyone interested in dream research, consciousness or anything associated with these fields. Ian has tons of free articles, abstracts and ebooks available on his website, including a book titled “You Are Dreaming”, which I stumbled across a few years back and recommend to anyone with even a passing interest in this topic. We’ll be digging into the material in that book and much more. So why wait? Let’s curl up, close our eyes and cast this pod off into a space where the kick is something you get while you’re sleeping and where dreams really do come true. Enjoy.

The Theory of Precognitive Dreams

For those of you interested in Precognitive Dreams, I would like to present a new abstract that I’ve written entitled, “The Theory of Precognitive Dreams” edits and contributions by Dr. Art Funkhouser.

The paper described and categorizes precognitive dream experience into lower-order and higher-order groups,  provides compelling research and evidence in favor of precognition,  details how to lucid dream and explore this particular experience in first-person and provides theory as to why it occurs.

This should prove to be a valuable asset for those of you who have this experience and insightful for those who do not.

Here is the link for the paper.  If you like, please share as it’s public domain.
http://www.youaredreaming.org/assets/pdf/Theory_Of_Precognitive_Dreams.pdf