Ron Johnson has had a lifetime of ongoing contact events, and it’s been a struggle to make sense of what he’s endured. His journey of understanding has been long and difficult. He has spent most of his life in rural Utah, and this lonely landscape is the backdrop for most
To many of us, being the masters of our own dreams is of great interest, and numerous techniques have been devised to enable individual dreamers to induce a state of lucid dreaming, wherein the dreamer realizes that they’re in a dream-state, and can thus take control. But, as it is with many other phenomena, different lucid dreaming techniques will deliver varying levels of effectiveness, so what technique will produce the most consistent results? A new study on the subject pitted a number of these different methods against one another in an attempt to answer that question.
Have you ever had dead relatives come to you in dreams? How about people you don’t know? Have you ever had childhood memories flash through your adult mind that are simply impossible… until you confirm with close family that something mysterious has indeed happened? This week we will talk to a subscriber named Stephen who has had all of the above happen to him and is just thankful to have found Whitley Strieber’s work and the beacon in the dark that is unknowncountry.com to help him make sense of it all.
The mysterious realm of the dream world has intrigued the human mind for millennia, but what is the secret behind these enigmatic and sometimes very powerful experiences of the psyche?
Science views dreams merely as the result of activity in certain areas of the brain during sleep, but the more esoterically-minded view them as a gateway between the physical and spiritual world.
As far back as 4000BC, there is evidence that Man was attempting to interpret dreams as records of these have been found documented on clay tablets. Dreams were regarded as vital aspects of life; in fact, in some primeval communities, the dream world and the conscious world appeared to blur into one existence, with the dream world having the greatest significance.