Induction Method, Shadow Work, Healing, The Placebo Effect, and Working with Discouragement
Join us for this engaging interview with Charlie Morley, a bestselling author and teacher of both lucid dreaming and shadow work. This interview is part of a series that Andrew is conducting with thought leaders as part of his online community called Night Club. Night Club offers those interested in the nocturnal practices, such as lucid dreaming and dream yoga, a place to study and share with a worldwide like-minded community.
In this interview with Charlie Morley, Andrew and Charlie take a wide-ranging romp through the world of lucid dreaming and dream yoga. They discuss their top induction methods for having lucid dreams, as well as a through look at how to work with discouragement. With Charlie’s inspiring advice and encouragement, you will have wonderful new tools to handle this biggest obstacle.
They also examine the many benefits of lucid dreaming, including how to use these special dreams to work with shadow elements (shadow boxing and shadow hugging), healing, and spiritual awakening. A host of other fascinating topics are mixed in, including the placebo effect (which is really a mind effect), how to work with fear, and resolving nightmares.
Charlie talks about the similarities and differences between lucid dreaming and dream yoga, and how he found his way into these practices. He generously offers many stories of his own successes and failures with the nocturnal practices, as well as the many insights he’s gleaned over the years teaching countless students. This interview will show you why Charlie is the leading teacher of lucid dreaming and dream yoga in Europe.
About Charlie Morley
Charlie has been authorized to teach within the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism by Lama Yeshe Rinpoche in 2008. He has written three books: Dreams of Awakening, Lucid Dreaming: A Beginners Guide, and Dreaming Through Darkness which have been translated into 13 different languages.
Charlie lives in England and has taught Buddhism and youth culture at The Houses of Parliament. He is also a regular expert panelist for The Guardian and has been named one of The Next Generation of Meditation Teachers. He teaches veterans and was awarded a Churchill Fellowship grant to research “mindfulness based PTSD treatment. Charlie in an in-demand teacher and has offered retreats and workshops in more than 20 countries.