Waking Up: Using Integral Deep Listening To Transform Your Life
Publish Date: 2012-11-25
Author: Joseph Dillard
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Do you know how to wake up and remina in higher states of lucidity, both awake and while dreaming? Enlightenment is more than a state of exalted awareness: its a process of waking up. Most people who have mystical experiences quickly fall back asleep into their waking dream of daily routines and habits. In Waking Up you will learn a transformative integral life practice called. Integral Deep Listening. A Dream Yoga of lucid living, IDL will teach you how to wake up out of your life script, self-destructive dramas and the cognitive distortions that keep you asleep, dreaming and sleepwalking your way through your life. In Waking Up, youll also learn to find and follow your unique life compass, understand your dreams, resolve nightmares, turning both your night time dreams and waking problems into friends and allies. You will discover how fun and effective it is to interview your dream characters and the personifications of your life issues and learn to use your breath as a powerful centering tool, both during meditation and in your everyday life. Joseph Dillard, PhD, is a teacher, psychotherapist and author living in Berlin, Germany. Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Why Arent You Happier? Chapter 2: Who Are YouReally? Chapter 3: Getting to Know Your Delusions Chapter 4: How You Keep Yourself Stuck in Drama and How to Get Out Chapter 5: Setting Your Life PrioritiesWhy It Is So Important Chapter 6: Getting Rid of Your Cognitive Distortions Chapter 7: Learning to Assert Yourself Chapter 8: Finding and Following Your Inner Compass Chapter 9: Becoming Your Emerging Potentials Chapter 10: Problem Solving With Triangulation Chapter 11: Simple Meditation to Change Your Life Chapter 12: The Importance of Having a Statement of Intent Appendices Appendix 1: IDL Dream Interviewing Protocol Appendix 2: IDL Life Issue Interviewing Protocol Appendix 3: An Example of a Completed Life Script Questionnaire