I finished Andrew’s Bardo course a few days ago and was blown away. I’m a long-time Vajrayana practitioner, and like so many of us I’ve been inspired to deepen my practice by recent events. I’ve known about dream yoga for a long time but I felt like I needed a qualified in-person guide. Here we are!
I’m bringing a couple of particularities to the dream party: Couple of months ago at the age of 60, I was diagnosed with extreme ADHD and narcolepsy. Neurologically, it was like finding out I’d been walking around with an arrow in my back my whole life. It explained quite a lot! While I have direct experience that Tibetan yogic practices are all about neuroplasticity, and I can’t imagine this won’t help, that’s not why I’m taking the course. I am taking the course because I do not want to go around on this samsaric merry-go-round again if I can possibly help it. And according to all the lamas I ever heard, Dream/ sleep yoga is the bullet train out of this joint.
I write, compose and paint and am developing a DIY music therapy that combines an intuitive approach to guitar with meditation. I also have a journalistic background in health, medicine and well-being.
May everyone be happy!