Craig Webb is a dream and consciousness author/researcher, an avant-garde physicist and inventor, a professional educator and performing artist, and an award-winning filmmaker. His life path was set in motion three decades ago when he nearly drowned on a white-water rafting trip and suddenly began recalling up to ten dreams a day, and having lucid dreams and 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 airing on 150-250 stations for over 2 decades).
Webb has had the honor to be an invited expert for major motion pictures, Fortune 500 corporations, universities, and well over a thousand international media sharing empowering principles and techniques with a refreshing style that blends science, soul, heart and humor. It's been his privilege to empower CEO’s, world-class athletes, top celebrities, best-selling authors, and many others, helping them make profound breakthroughs while having plenty of fun in the process.
Author and podcaster David DuByne discussed why he believes solar cycles and volcanic activity will result in global agricultural losses. Followed by researcher Craig Sim Webb on precognitive and PSI aspects of dreaming.More »
In the first half, teacher and writer Benjamin Dancer, the Director of Public Relations for the Colorado EMP Task Force (Peter Pry's organization), discussed the vulnerability of the US power grid. In the latter half, lucid dream pioneer Craig Sim Webb spoke about the...More »
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...More »
Sharing his natural remedies for cancer, Dr. Leonard Coldwell declared that every cancer is treatalbe 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 »
James Szubski revealed how the electromagnetic environment of the Columbia River Gorge might play a role in people experiencing unusual phenomena. In the first hour, legendary Doors drummer John Densmore reflected on the band's music and legacy.