I’m also interested in this. I’ve tried to work with Dream Yoga for healing for a while, but the pain is making things difficult at night and during the day, too. However Illusory Form is still of Great help!
In my case, I figured I needed to adapt my practice, adapt to circumstances and to the flow of things. As of now, I’m focusing more on day-time practice. Something a little bit different, but still - in many ways - related to the mind and to dreaming. So … You may still find it interesting…
You could maybe have a look on “The Power of the Subconscious Mind” by Joseph Murphy. You may find it very helpful. It’s a good place to start.
Here’s a video summarizing “his” ideas…
Another teacher I’m quite fond of is Neville Goddard. “Feeling is the Secret” would be an excellent start. It’s a really, really short book but it contains the essence of his teachings. Same as Joseph Murphy, but I particularly like his way of putting things.
Finally, in more modern terms, more scientific, you may want to check Joe Dispenza’s work:
- Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself
- You Are The Placebo
Here’s a starting point:
However, I’d still be really interested in finding out more about “internal” and “external” Dream Yoga healing… By external, I mean healing that involves the help of another person. For instance, a Dream Yoga master or Lama having a Dream of Clarity on purpose to ask for help for someone who’s sick. It’s something that has been done. Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche talks a little bit about it in Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep. There’s also a chapter in Robert Waggoner’s “Lucid Dreaming” where he talks about healing through Lucid Dream.
Would it be okay for you to share more about your condition ?
I’ve been suffering from IBS, fibromyalgia and Interstitial Cystitis for several years. This started my search for an answer. Diet has been a big (if not Huge!) part of it. I’ve worked with dreams but lately I’ve found it more interesting to work with the Subconscious mind. Depending on how you see it, you may say “Liminal State” or Visualization or Prayer. But the word “prayer” is so misunderstood. Many still believe it’s about begging hopelessly to an external power for help. If you have a look on Joe Dispenza’s stuff, you may find a whole new meaning to it !