Throughout the summer of 2014, a group of dreamers from all over the globe participated in a revolutionary dream initiative called Project August. Hosted by the National Dream Center (NDC), this 3.5 month collective project was designed to see how well a group of dreamers could intentionally see the future.
Each participant accomplished a specific incubation protocol prior to going … Read more
This is Part II in a series of posts. I recommend the reader start with Part I first, which has some necessary background information that will enhance and clarify what we’re covering here.
Shortly after Project Año got underway, I received a most interesting message from someone I’ll call D.P.:
The problem with such esoteric endeavors? Outside of a … Read more
Ingredients that went into this recipe include: 1 part utter shock, 1 part synchronicity, 1 part scientific research and 1 part otherly world. In addition, there are other overarching seasonings, including a sprinkle of equality, a drizzle of hope, and one gigantic heaping ladle of gratitude.
I start off with what could be the best news of all….This series of … Read more
Update 12/05/14: Although patience is the word of the day for this Hawaii meme, there is a decent chance that the wrong Pacific islands were seen in both the dreams and the linguistics. Please also see this link after reading the following article: http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/showthread.php?tid=423&pid=2827#pid2827
I really don’t like typing this up, but I have to honor what’s showing … Read more
You’re never going to believe what kind of stuff that our collective dreams can pick up ahead of time. One of the most covered stories over the past weekend is the same one I would have never seen had it not been for the amazingly reliable “double-top” pattern of one of our recent DreamBot memes.
I was working on the … Read more
A special thank you for those who have already jumped into this fun and exciting project! This is just a quick note to try and help everyone achieve better scores as the project unfolds. Because Project Año is so similar to the one we did several months ago (Project August), we have lots of lessons learned to share for those … Read more