This chapter from the book, Dream Yogas, explores the relationship between core Freudian concepts of the unconscious, ego, illness, therapy, dreams, symbology, and interpretation from the perspective of Integral Deep Listening.
This is a chapter from the book, Dream Yogas, by Joseph Dillard. It asks, “What does Ken Wilber’s Integral AQAL say about dream yoga? How does it compare and contrast with the Integral Deep Listening, in particular, one form of 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.
An introduction to Buddhism in the context of Integral Deep Listening Dream Yoga, Chapter 4 of the book, “Dream Yogas.”
The contributions of Chinese shamanism, Taoism, and Confucianism to dream yoga, a chapter from the book, “Dream Yogas.”