Dr. Stephen LaBerge, the founder of the Lucidity Institute, discussed how lucid dreaming can enhance individual lives. The ability to realize one is in a dream while still in the dream state creates great opportunities for self-development and fulfillment, he said.Lucid dreaming is similar to the Tibetan "yoga of the dream state," which utilizes the experiences as a means to spiritual progress, he added.
LaBerge, who said he has had thousands of lucid dreams, shared a particularly profound one, in which the sports car he was driving became airborne and took to the clouds. His body disappeared upon entering a void that felt like a "homecoming" to the core of our being.
In the last 2 hours, he was joined by physicist and ESP researcher Russell Targ who discussed cases of dream telepathy, in which subjects had their dreams influenced by people mentally sending them specific images.Targ and LaBerge are teaming for a November workshop in Hawaii that will offer programs in both lucid dreaming and remote viewing.
First hour guest, 'historian of the future' Charles Ostman presented the theory that weather manipulation may have been used to steer the direction of Hurricane Katrina into America's oil facilities, as a "geopolitical attack." A country such as China could be using HAARP-like technology with the goal of creating economic chaos in the U.S., he further conjectured.
Appearing intermittently throughout the evening, Richard C. Hoagland offered updates and commentary on the Hurricane aftermath.