Exploring Consciousness at the Edges of Sleep
Jennifer Dumpert, Jennifer Dumpert
A dream hacker explains how to explore liminal dreaming for creativity and spiritual inspiration
At the edges of consciousness, between waking and sleeping, there’s a swirling, free associative state of mind that is the domain of liminal dreams. Working with liminal dreams can improve sleep, mitigate anxiety and depression, help to heal trauma, and aid creativity and problem-solving. Readers of Liminal Dreaming will learn step-by-step how to create a dream practice outside of REM-sleep states that they can incorporate into their lives in personally meaningful ways.