Virtual Lucid Dreaming: The Intersection of Consciousness and Technology

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Andrew Holecek explores the fascinating and fruitful vanguard of consciousness and technology in this stunning presentation about virtual reality, lucid dreaming, and awakening in the midst of rapid social change.

“So what we’re going to be doing is we’re going to take the phenomenology of lucidity, the phenomenology of lucid dreaming, and by implication that of virtual reality, to help us work with these otherwise intractable world issues. And we do so by studying the processes, the mechanisms, the phenomenology of the nighttime dream, which is sometimes referred to as the ‘double delusion’ or the ‘example dream’, as a way to extrapolate those insights back into the ‘primary dream.’”

—Andrew Holecek



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Andrew Holecek

About Andrew Holecek

Andrew Holecek is an author, spiritual teacher, and humanitarian. As a long-time student of Buddhism, he frequently presents this tradition from a contemporary perspective – blending the ancient wisdom of the East with modern knowledge from the West.


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    Thank you Andrew, that was so inspiring and helpful. I will watch this again and again. Plus, gotta get that Oculus Rift experience somewhere, it looks amazing. One challenge I had is that your visuals didn’t evoke the intense experience in me as I’m a kiwi and so have some distance from your politics. I’ll have to seek out my own exemplars to provoke myself so I can practice. Won’t be hard, I’m sure…. 😉

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