4 Months Access
"It is easier to develop your practices in a dream than in the daytime. In the daytime we are limited by our material body, but in a dream our function of mind and our consciousness of the senses are unhindered. We can have more clarity. Thus there are more possibilities. … If a person applies a practice within a dream, it is nine times more effective than when it is applied in waking life.” ~Namkai Norbu Rinpoche
This 4 week course introduces you to foundations of Dream Yoga and Lucid Dreaming. The practices of dream, sleep, and waking life have been taught for millennia as transformative tools for psychological and spiritual development. This practice-based course blends modern techniques for Lucid Dreaming together with Ancient Indo-Tibetan methods of Dream Yoga, non-lucid dreaming, and hypnagogic dreaming.
You will emerge with a personal practice toolkit that includes daytime and nighttime practices that you can use for deep learning, healing, and growth throughout your life.
- 4 on-demand video lectures
- Handouts for the series with info on the content/practices
- Resources provided
- Learn to experiment with dream meditations and study your mind using the medium of dreams.
- Learn to work with the technique of recognizing dream signs as a way to trigger lucidity.
- Learn to navigate your dream world, and gain a deeper understanding to your dreams.
- Tap into your innate wisdom.
- Develop on psychological and spiritual levels.
- Have a more restful, deeper sleep.
- May ease anxiousness, stress, and a busy mind at nighttime.
Who is this course ideal for?
- Anyone interested in developing a nighttime practice and exploring the powerful tools of this practice.
- Seasoned practitioners seeking to deepen their current practice.
- Those with a desire to know their mind and dreams more deeply.
- Those with sleep disorders/insomnia, restlessness, anxiety, stress, especially at nighttime.
Meet Your Instructor
Tasha Schumann is a creator, community-builder, and explorer of the mind. She teaches meditation and yoga in both the Indo-Tibetan and Western traditions.
An award-winning recording artist, her work has been featured widely (from HBO to Netflix, Comedy Central to video games) and she’s been profiled in places like Billboard Magazine, New York Magazine, and VICE.
Tasha has practiced in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for over a decade. She was given the name Lama Karma Jigmé and authorized to teach by her root teacher, Lama Lena Yeshe Kaytup. In these lineages, she is also a student of Tenzin Bob Thurman, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, Alan Wallace, and many others, while in the Hatha Yoga tradition, she is a student of Michele Loewe, Richard Freeman & Mary Taylor.