~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
As the sun continues its cyclic journey around the galaxy, the earth is being bathed in an increase of ambient frequencies. These expansive bandwidths of light support evolution, unity and enlightenment.
One separation that we all experience, yet seem to give little thought to, is that between the dream state and waking. As we evolve into a more unified consciousness, many are reporting that their dreams are becomingly increasingly lucid. Some say their dream state is bleeding into the waking one.
What is this separation between sleeping and wakefulness? As we become more unified will our conscious waking state and our unconscious dreaming one unite? What will the ramifications be of unifying the two? Can our dreams actually help our waking lives become more lucid?
Our guest this hour is uniquely qualified to help us explore this most intriguing evolutionary topic. Craig Sim Webb, author of “Dreams & Death: The Benefits for the Living & the Dying,” and his latest "The Dreams Behind the Music" is a Speaker/Author/Researcher on dreams, applied psychology and consciousness, as well as a physicist and biomedical inventor. Craig is a McGill University graduate with pioneering dream research at Stanford University and Montreal’s Sacré-Coeur Hospital. With the aim of sharing empowering, practical information, techniques, and skills, Mr. Webb has had the honor to be an invited expert for major motion pictures, Fortune 500 corporations, various universities, and well over a thousand international media.