Night Club is Celebrating One Year!

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Greetings from the Night Club Team

Happy New Year and New Decade everybody! We wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of you for joining Night Club, and to offer a brief “State of the Union” address. We have come a long way since the doors of our Club have opened. There are now over 300 members, and we’re growing every week. Look at the amazing luminaries who took time out of their busy lives to talk to us (not in any order of priority): Ken Wilber, Stephen LaBerge, B. Alan Wallace, Evan Thompson, Robert Thurman, Lama Surya Das, Roger Walsh, Richard Miller, Judson Brewer, James Kingsland, Zvi Ish-Shalom, Clare Johnson, Robert Waggoner, Charlie Morley, Tucker Peck, Jordan Quaglia, Jennifer Dumpert, Kristen LaMarca, Nevin Arora, and Ryan Hurd. These are some of the biggest names in the business. This year promises an equally stellar lineup, with conversations sure to stimulate, challenge, and stretch you.

And with 23 or so Webinars (roughly every two weeks), including our popular “Questionars,” things are unfolding nicely on the teaching front. More Public Webinars are in the works for this year (one every three months), as well as live programs with special discounts for members. The community aspect is also growing with the re-introduction of the Discourse platform, along with the ongoing Facebook group and the new dream sharing group. Also the Night Club podcast is growing fast with over 15,000 plays world-wide and is available on some of the worlds biggest platforms including Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud and Stitcher.

The entire team that supports Night Club (there are five of us who put countless hours into making the Club work) wants this to evolve in directions that feed you. So please offer suggestions, constructive feedback, any comment you feel will make Night Club better for you. This is an organic process of development, where your participation and guidance are critical to success. Let us know what works for you, and what could be better. Send your feedback to us via

From all of us at Night Club, a deep thank you for your participation and membership. With two books coming out this year — the introductory level The Art of Lucid Dreaming Workbook in July, and the deep dive Dreams of Light; The Profound Daytime Practice of Lucid Dreaming in August — 2020 is really the year of lucid vision. Now that I have these books behind me, I have more time to devote to the Club, and look forward to lucid adventures with you all.

We wish you the best for the coming year,

– Andrew, Andy, Cindy, Bob, and Allison

A brief excerpt from Andrew’s forthcoming book “Dreams of Light; The Profound Daytime Practice of Lucid Dreaming.” This book is a deep dive into the heart of lucid dreaming and dream yoga, and the question of what is real, and what is a dream?


I’ll be the first to thank all of you for what you have done for many of us in this past year.

Coincidentally, I am also celebrating my first anniversary on this path as my very first and very accidental lucid dream occurred on February 2 of the past year,


Happy Birthday Night Club, Andrew and Team!
Thank you for your Gift! :pray: :heart:

I received the following dream on the same day/night the community exchange was re-introduced onto this website from facebook:

**I enter a large house. It is late afternoon but the lights are on in the hall and dining area. This is a kind of light-hearted gathering of people who share a serious interest. There are about 60 to 80 people in this main hall but it feels like there are possibly other halls/rooms.

People are chatting in soft, warm tones and I hear the tinkling of glass (? symbol Tinker Bell, suspension of disbelief. ?symbol: to toast in celebration)*. *
The lights are crystals, but not too ornate or heavy. They fill the room with light but are so comfortable to the eyes.
There is not too much food around. The ‘food’ is in the exchange. The atmosphere is one of respect and yet there is animation.
All the doors (wide folding doors) and windows of the house are wide open (no 'air-conditioning).

I walk through the hall with the people in it. I don’t know anyone here.
But I also do not feel myself knowledgeable or part of this elite crowd, no matter the warmth of this place.

I walk towards the wall length front door that is completely open and out of it, perhaps leaving (no intent) but when I am out and on the patio, a plumpish man in his 50s, walks out of the house towards me. He comes right up to me and smiles… He has the kindest of eyes. *

I am a little stunned.
He says, ‘Hi, I am Muni.’
*I look at him, trying to remember if I know him. *
I say, ‘Are you Muni Winslow?’ This was a young medical student I was acquainted with many years ago.

He answers, ‘No, I am not Muni Winslow.’
Then he looks at me with a quizzical look and the kindest of eyes and he takes my hand in both of his, in a somewhat paternal and the kindest of all manner, and leads me back into the hall.

Thank you. :pray: :birthday: :heart:

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