• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




    The dream television is a technique that was developed in the early 1980's by Alan Worsley. It is a technique in which he produces a dream television set, turns it on and is able to change the environment around him by experimenting with the knobs and dials, and changing the channel on the set.

    To quote Worsley, " I have experimented with manipulating imagery, as if I were learning to operate by trial an internal computer video system (including 'scrolling,' 'panning,' changing the scene instantly, and 'zooming'). Further, I have experimented with isolating part of the imagery or 'parking' it, by surrounding it with a frame such as a picture frame or proscenium arch and backing away from it ('windowing')."

    The dream television is also mentioned in an excercise in Stepehen Laberge's book, Exploring the World to Lucid Dreaming.

    Created by , 09-22-2010 at 09:20 PM
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