The Dream World
The Dream World Podcast is about using sleep & dreams to better your mental, physical and spiritual health. We cover a variety of tips and topics on how to take care of the mind and body both in waking life and in the dream world. Our topics cover everything from scientific and spiritual explanations behind sleep paralysis, lucid dreaming, false awakenings, meditation, UFOs, astral-projection, existentialism, psychology, physics, theories & more. We explore the universe & ALL its mysteries🧠🪐 The Dream World Podcast is an interactive podcast where we talk to different oneironauts (dream travelers) and learn about their experiences with lucid dreaming and similar out-of-body-experiences. ⛈💡How can we learn from our dreams to better our waking life? Learn to live & sleep lucidly and get the most out of your sleep & dreams. We as humans spend an entire THIRD of our lives asleep, where we sleepwalk through our dreams just as mindlessly as we might walk through life. In our dreams, we visit another dimension called The Dream World 👩🏽🚀 Dreams are a gift that have a lot to teach us. “Lucid dreaming has considerable potential for promoting personal growth and self-development, enhancing self-confidence, improving mental and physical health, facilitating creative problem solving and helping you to progress on the path to self-mastery”.-Stephen Laberge. ⚡️💡 We often hear stories of people who’ve learned from their dreams or been inspired by them, such as Paul McCartney’s hit song “Yesterday” coming to him in a dream or of Mendeleev’s dream-inspired construction of the periodic table of elements, suggesting that dreams are more than just a byproduct of sleep. 🎙The Dream World podcast was selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 15 Lucid Dream Podcasts on the web. www.TheDreamWorldPodcast.com Donate & Support the show https://www.buymeacoffee.com/DreamWorld
Ben Gabelman is a motion designer currently living and working in Atlanta. Ben has a long history of using his dreams for creative inspiration in his projects. In this episode, we talk about our dream journals and how it has played a role in our lives and journey as motion designers.
Ben's short senior film ANIMA, details a shamanic journey through the dream state. The film is a mediation on the relationships between the conscious and sub-conscious mind, illness and mortality. The film was inspired by a series of dreams as well as shamanic art from various cultures around the world. The word Anima is the Jungian term for the subconscious personified. Jung believed that the Anima is only perceptible to one's self through the dream state.