Craig Webb is the Executive Director of The Dreams Foundation. He is a dream and consciousness author/researcher, a frontier physicist and inventor, and a professional speaker/trainer. His life path was set in motion two decades ago when he nearly drowned on a white-water rafting trip. He suddenly began recalling up to ten dreams a day and having verifiable visions of the future. Since then, he's graduated from McGill University, participated in pioneering dream and consciousness research at Stanford University and at Montreal's Sacre-Coeur Hospital. He has also designed electronic mind development and biofeedback tools with worldwide distribution, and helped found and produce Making Contact (an international radio show).
Pioneering lucid dream researcher at Stanford University and Montreal’s Sacré-Coeur Hospital, Craig Sim Webb discussed the experience and benefits of lucid dreaming, as well as precognitive dreams, shared dreams, "inception," and nightmares. First hour guest, researcher Robert Felix spoke about climate change and a possible ice age. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the program, Craig Webb of the Dreams Foundation discussed night terrors. Open Lines followed, with a special emphasis on callers' regrets. ... More »Host: George Noory
Sharing his natural cures for cancer, Dr. Leonard Coldwell declared that every cancer is curable within 2-16 weeks. First hour guests, director James Cameron and Craig Webb, of the Dreams Foundation, talked about dreams and the creativity process. ... More »Host: George Noory
Craig Webb of the Dreams Foundation discussed various types of dreams as well as nightmares. ... More »Host: George Noory