Monthly Archives: January 2015

30 Jan

Learning Assertiveness From a Black Hole in Space

A single IDL interview can change a lifelong association of helplessness with fear into something positive and constructive. How would Josefine’s life have been different if she had this interview when she was ten? ...

27 Jan

Tibetan Dream Yoga

The following is a chapter from the book Dream Yogas. It compares one type of dream yoga, Integral Deep Listening, with several traditional approaches, including shamanism, Chinese traditions, Hinduism, Buddhism, and several other contemporary paths to awakening, including lucid dreaming, Ken Wilber’s Integral AQAL, and various psychotherapeutic approaches. ...

22 Jan

Theravadin Buddhism and Dream Yoga

An introduction to Buddhism in the context of Integral Deep Listening Dream Yoga, Chapter 4 of the book, “Dream Yogas.” ...

20 Jan

Chinese Contributions to Dream Yoga

The contributions of Chinese shamanism, Taoism, and Confucianism to dream yoga, a chapter from the book, “Dream Yogas.” ...

14 Jan

Hindu Yogic Foundations

Dream Yogas typically possess many attributes that can be traced back to Hindu yogic foundations. This is the second chapter of Dream Yoga, a text that addresses shamanism, Hinduism, Chinese practices, Theravadin and Tibetan Buddhism, lucid dreaming, Wilber’s integral AQAL, Freud, Jung, and Perls, in comparison to one particular form of dream yoga, Integral Deep Listening, and dream yoga in general. ...

11 Jan

IDL Special 2015

IDL SPECIAL 2015 Expanding Life Clarity! Clear Thinking-Clear Feeling-Clear Action! Bad Sulza, May 13-17. ...

09 Jan

Shamanistic Attributes of Dream Yoga

This is the first chapter of Dream Yoga and Integral Deep Listening, a text that compares shamanism, yogic traditions, Taoism, Confucianism, Theravadin Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Wilber’s Integral AQAL, lucid dreaming,Freudian psychoanalysis, Jung, Gestalt therapy, and Voice Dialog to IDL. ...

09 Jan

Dealing with Difficult People: IDL and Personality Disorders

This is a chapter from an unpublished text, Integral Deep Listening and Healing. It deals with using IDL for the treatment of personality disorders, including borderline, dependent, narcissistic, paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal, antisocial, histrionic, obsessive-compulsive, dissociation, and possession. ...