Some practice-related questions

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Re: Some practice-related questions

Postby Dknaga12 » Mon Jul 09, 2012 6:56 am

http://tsegyalgar.org/localcenters/tseg ... workshopw/ - Dream Yoga Workshop with Michael Katz November 18-19, 2011
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Re: Some practice-related questions

Postby Sally Gross » Mon Jul 09, 2012 8:16 am

Dknaga12 wrote:@ Sally here is Bio of Michael Katz Psy.D. (1951 - ) is a psychologist, former Yantra Yoga instructor, author, photographer, and long time student of contemporary masters of Tibetan Buddhism and Bon. He is best known as having authored the introduction and edited the popular book Dream yoga and the Practice of Natural Light by Chogyal Namkhai Norbu. Dream Yoga and the Practice of Natural Light (1992). Snow Lion Publications. ISBN 1-55939-007-7. Additionally he maintains an archive of lucid dreams see http://www.dreamyoga.net/

And if you are interested from his Recorded Dreams page "Welcome to "Recorded Dreams" section.

Here you can find dreams of Dr. Michael Katz, as well as dreams of his students and other Dream Yoga practitioners. Please mind that these are not regular dreams which many of us see almost on nightly basis, these are conciouss dreams which practitioners experienced after engaging in practice of Dream Yoga."

(If you wish you can submit your own dream to be published, for that please send Dr. Katz your dream for review.)

http://www.dreamyoga.net/recorded-dreams.html.... :namaste:


Thank you very much indeed for the information, Simon! :namaste:
Dukkham eva hi, na koci dukkhito,
kaarako na, kiriyaa va vijjati,
atthi nibbuti, na nibbuto pumaa,
maggam atthi, gamako na vijjati


Suffering there certainly is, but no sufferer,
no doer, though certainly the deed is found.
peace is achieved, but no-one's appeased,
the way is walked, but no walker's to be found.

- Visuddhimagga XVI, 90
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Re: Some practice-related questions

Postby Simon E. » Mon Jul 09, 2012 8:48 am

Pero wrote:In general you shouldn't discuss your practice experiences with others, especially not in public. The only person you can discuss your experiences with without restraint is your teacher. After that with a vajra brother or sister you really trust. But other than that it's really nobody's bussiness. Also, practice of the night and/or dream yoga are secret.




Note well.

That is the advice from all the teachers I have encountered whose teaching involves Dream Yoga.
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