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.
The “Shadow” is Jung’s term for all the repressed parts of yourself that you need to re-own to become an integrated Self. This concept becomes less important and helpful the higher you climb on your developmental ladder.
“Voice Dialogue” is a self-aspect interviewing process developed by Hal and Sidra Stone in the 1980’s and ’90’s. It received wide renown in integral circles through Wilber’s praise of Dennis Genpo Roshi’s “Big Mind” adaptation of the process in the late 1990’s.