• September 12 - October 8, 2016
  • California Institute of Integral Studies
    1453 Mission Street,
    Room 560,
    San Francisco, CA 94103
Add to Calendar 09/12/2016 10/08/2016 America/Los_Angeles The Art and Science of Lucid Dreaming The Art and Science of Lucid Dreaming California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street,
Room 560,
San Francisco, CA 94103

Workshop Dates
Mondays, Sept. 12th, 19th, 26th, Oct. 3rd
6:30pm - 9:00pm  
Saturday, October 8th

Registration - $250
Members  - $200
Early Bird (until 8/12) - $225


Lucid dreaming–awareness in dreams–is a powerful practice of awakening to the great dimensions of our creative mind. The practice of lucid dreaming challenges our perception and habitual patterns and can lead to the practice of lucid waking. In this program, Bogzaran focuses on historical, scientific, and phenomenological research on lucid dreaming as well as discussion about the current dialogue about this subject.  

Explore the cross-cultural views of lucid dreaming in the context of spiritual experiences and development, creative inspirations, problem solving, and how the practice is used as an awareness vehicle to prepare for dying. Through innovative methods developed by Bogzaran, participants learn awareness methods in waking and dreaming and learn practical and creative tools for viewing their dreams. 

Fariba Bogzaran, PhD, scientist/artist founded the Dream Studies Program and taught graduate courses in dream studies at John F. Kennedy University for twenty-five years. One of the pioneers in the field of dream studies, she has trained students and professionals in innovative methods of dream awareness internationally since 1984. She worked with the Lucidity Project team at Stanford Sleep Laboratory in the 80s, and has been teaching the science and art of lucid dreaming for thirty years. Among her publications are two major academic co-authored books: Extraordinary Dreams (SUNY Press, 2002) and Integral Dreaming (SUNY Press 2012). She has written extensively on lucid dreaming including the first scientific research on the spiritual experiences in lucid dreaming (1989). Her approach to the topic is informed by her trainings in East-West psychology, art, and contemplative practices.  She is the co-founder and creative director of the Lucid Art Foundation and adjunct faculty at CIIS.

15 BBS/RN CEs available (MFT, LCSW, RN)


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