Tibetan Dream Yoga: The Royal Road to Enlightenment
In the modern era Sigmund Freud observed that the most common dreams are typically the product of our anxieties and preoccupations. The prevalence of common dreams has spawned mechanistic type theories by contemporary scientists hypothesizing the inconsequentiality of all dreams.
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Very enjoyable reading and informative as well. I appreciated the mention of the Senoi process and his even handed comments that noted the method has value even if the authorship of it is questionable. I have used that particular method in dream groups , I have led . I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys working with dreams.
By far the most fluid and perhaps lucid of Dr. Katz's work the words go down like warm liquid nectar on a cool Spring day. Teaching through example he highlights many of his experiences as well as those of other great dream analysts and famous Tibetan lamas. Like a Dzogchen yogi he doesn't allow you to get hung up on the dream of sleep, or the dream of life, but shows you the way to liberate them into the vast expanse of your own wisdom mind, so that like a golden eagle flying through the drolma pass, they leave no trace behind. Read it, drink it, live it!