Join TEDx talker, lucid dreaming scientist and teacher, Dr Denholm Aspy for a 5 hour workshop.
Date: Sunday 22nd September
Location: Riverdell Spiritual Centre (in the Sanctuary)
Max number of partiicpants: $40
Imagine being able to fly, explore fantastic dream worlds, or have virtually any other experience you can think of! We spend about 2 hours each night having vivid life-like experiences in our dreams, but for most of this time we wander around mindlessly, unaware of what’s happening. That’s an average of 6 years in a typical lifespan! But when we learn how to realise that we’re dreaming while we’re still dreaming – when we learn how to have lucid dreams – we can control our dreams and make the most of their vast potential. In this five-hour interactive workshop presented by lucid dreaming scientist and teacher Dr Denholm Aspy, you’ll hear about the latest in lucid dreaming science, learn effective techniques for inducing, prolonging and controlling lucid dreams, and learn how to use lucid dreaming for overcoming nightmares, creative inspiration, improving skills and abilities, and more. You’ll get to connect with like-minded lucid dreamers, participate in a range of lucid dreaming training exercises, and you’ll have a chance to ask anything you want about lucid dreaming in an open Q&A discussion session at the end.
Included in the ticket price, you’ll also receive:
· Glow in the dark “Are you dreaming?” wristband (for one of the techniques you’ll be learning)
· Written instructions for the lucid dreaming techniques
· Note book and pen
· Copy of Dr Denholm Aspy’s latest scientific paper, the National Australian Lucid Dream Induction Study, so you can see for yourself the research behind the techniques you’ll be learning
· Refreshments (Tea, Coffee & afternoon tea)
This five-hour workshop is suited to beginners and advanced lucid dreamers alike. It will be held in the Sanctuary at Riverdell Spiritual Centre (51 Clifford Road Hillier 5118)
About the facilitator – Dr Denholm Aspy:
Dr Denholm Aspy is a lucid dreaming scientist and recent TEDx talk speaker (St Gallen, Switzerland). He gained expertise in this area by researching lucid dreaming techniques for his PhD in psychology. His recently published National Australian Lucid Dream Induction Study is now the most in-depth and successful study of its kind – 53% of people had lucid dreams within only a single week using the techniques he gave them. Dr Denholm Aspy continues to do scientific research on lucid dreaming, and he loves teaching people how they can have these incredible experiences for themselves! You can find out more about Dr Denholm Aspy and his work from his website: www.DrDenholmAspy.com
This workshop will be filmed for commercial purposes. By attending this workshop, you agree to being filmed and you understand that the recordings will be used to create a lucid dreaming video series. All questions are welcomed in the Q&A session at the end of the workshop.
Praise from previous workshops:
“Thanks so much for your Lucid Dreaming Workshops, Denholm. I was so impressed by the combination of your research and knowledge, and your warm, down-to-earth and fun presentation. The program way exceeded my expectations!” – Chitra
“Lots of good tips and advice based on real experience, sound research, a clearly genuine passion for the subject and delivered with an open heart and mind. I have been learning about and practising lucid dreaming and dream yoga for around 10 years and took some great stuff away from this. Keep it up!” – Mark Tatyzo
“Dr Aspy is very knowledgeable on the topic and is a natural and engaging presenter. The workshop was a perfect combination of science, information provision, instruction, anecdotes, and some wonder thrown in there too. A valuable experience.” – Darlene
“This workshop provided key skills and steps to enable me to explore the world of Lucid Dreaming, and the presenter was engaging and informative. I have already begun to get results from the workshop” – Darron B
“The workshop was better than informative, it was enlightening.” – Stephen Pratt
For more information, please visit www.riverdell.org.au or phone the office on 8523 1329