Lucid Dreaming & Remote Viewing

This podcast allows us to test our own intuitive abilities through an interactive experiment in remote viewing with immediate feedback. 

Lucid dreaming is the ability to recognize you are dreaming during the dream state. A recent Australian study has found a technique with proven results to help improve our ability to lucid dream. But what can we do with a lucid dream? Researchers suggest we can work through problems and even cope with PTSD by stopping a nightmare before it happens.

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Remote Viewing

In addition, this podcast explores some of the accounts of Hal Puthoff, Russel Targ, and Ingo Swann. These are men with strong research credentials who developed the remote viewing project for the CIA. Much of their research has been declassified and published in scientific journals. Remote viewing allows a viewer to perceive a target without any knowledge of what the target is at a distant location and at any time. Remote viewing is a real capability that can be easily learned by anyone. Why aren’t we incorporating this into our every-day lives?

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More AI Advancements

In addition, Dennis reviews more projected advances of AI, claiming it will have an IQ of 10,000 within 30 years. The AI ‘Sophia,’ who was recently granted Saudi citizenship, also mocked Elon Musk and stated if we are nice to her, she will be nice to us. But we must ask the question, what happens if we are not nice to her???

In the News

Sophia Mocked Elon Musk

Robots Will Have an IQ of 10,000 in 30 Years

Links & Research

Researchers Study Best Way to Induce Lucid Dreaming

Scientists Want you To Have Lucid Dreams

Psyc Article: Reality Testing and the Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams

Russel Targ’s Website