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  • Dream Leaf: Dream Without Limits

    • Dream Leaf is “the most advanced and effective lucid dreaming supplement on the market.” SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
    • Successfully promotes lucid dreaming, dream recall, and balanced sleep
    • The synergistic blend activates the neurotransmitter ACh, which is known in the scientific community as the “lucid dreaming neurotransmitter” and has been proven to cause conscious, controlled dreaming when activated
    • Only well-researched ingredients are used: 5-HTP, mugwort, huperzine-A, choline bitartrate, DHEA
    • Dream Leaf creates an optimal neuro-environment for lucid dreaming


    Dream Leaf Lucid Dreaming SupplementTake your dreams to a new level with Dream Leaf.  Dream Leaf lucid dreaming supplement not only helps you to become conscious during your dreams, but lengthen your natural REM (rapid eye movement) cycle as well.

    Dream Leaf combines the latest research into an advanced two part supplement approach utilizing a blue pill and a red pill to ensure that you get the right nutrients, in the right quantities, at the right time… in order to achieve 3 main objectives: lucid (or conscious) dreams, vivid dream recall, and balanced sleep. It’s important to keep in mind that there are two parts of sleep – deep sleep and REM sleep and both should to be taken into consideration to achieve lucid dreams.

    This is why Dream Leaf comes in two parts, the blue and the red pill.  Each effectively activates a specific stage of sleep during the proper time of night. This ensures restful deep sleep, but also promotes a hyper REM stage that promotes highly controllable lucid dreams, the likes of which you have never experienced before!Dream-Leaf_blue-red

    Ingredients: 5-HTP, Mugwort, Huperzine-A, DHEA, Choline

    The Blue Pill And The Red Pill Contain
    5 Of The Most Effective Lucid Dreams Herbs.


     The Blue Pill

    • Taken just before bed
    • Promotes a prolonged period of restful deep-sleep
    • Boosts serotonin levels, causing the “REM Rebound Effect” with an extended period of REM Sleep
    • Elevates dream creativity and makes dreams more vivid


    Mugwort helps calm the nerves so you can fall asleep quickly. It is a popular dream herb for many lucid dream enthusiasts because it also causes your dreams to be highly creative and much more vivid. Mugwort also enhances dream recollection.



    5-HTP prolongs the Deep Sleep cycle and also boosts serotonin levels, causing the “REM Rebound Effect.” This effect lengthens the REM Sleep cycle during the second half of the night, providing a much larger window for lucid dreaming.​


     The Red Pill

    • Taken about 4 hours after going to bed
    • Promotes lucid dreams
    • Improves memory/ dream recall
    • Increases dream control


    Huperzine-A slows the breakdown of ACh, help​ing you maintain access to your reality memories​ and maintain a degree of consciousness and lucidity while you dream​. Huperzine​-​A helps you to have lucid dreams.

    Alpha CPC

    Alpha GPC

    Alpha GPC promotes rational thinking during REM Sleep and functions as an incredible catalyst for​ inducing​ lucid dream​s​.


    Choline Bitartrate

    ​Choline not only assists Huperzine-A in maintaining high Acetylcholine​ (ACh)​ levels​, but i​t is​ also​ the single most effective supplement for ​enhancing ​dream recall. Since memory and lucid dreaming are interconnected, ​Choline is essential for an amazing lucid dreaming​ experience.


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  • About This Course

    36 lectures  |  31 minutes per lecture
    AVAILABLE FORMATS: Video Download; DVD

    Everything that goes on inside your body and every interaction you have with the outside world is controlled by your brain. It allows you to cope masterfully with your everyday environment. It is capable of producing breathtaking athletic feats, sublime works of art, and profound scientific insights. It also produces the enormous range of emotional responses that can take us from the depths of depression to the heights of euphoria.

    Considering everything the brain does, how can this relatively small mass of tissue possibly be the source of our personalities, dreams, thoughts, sensations, utterances, and movements?


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    Understanding the Brain


  • About This Course

    36 lectures  |  30 minutes per lecture
    AVAILABLE FORMATS: Video Download; DVD

    Your nervous system is you. All the thoughts, perceptions, moods, passions, and dreams that make you an active, sentient being are the work of this amazing network of cells. For many centuries, people knew that this was true. But no one was sure how it happened.

    Now, thanks to the exciting new field of neuroscience, we can chart the workings of the brain and the rest of the nervous system in remarkable detail to explain how neurons, synapses, neurotransmitters, and other biological processes produce all the experiences of everyday life, in every stage of life. From the spectacular growth of the brain in infancy to the act of learning a skill, falling in love, getting a joke, revising an opinion, or even forgetting a name, something very intriguing is going on behind the scenes.

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    Neuroscience of Everyday Life


  • Scientists, philosophers debate the ‘conundrum of consciousness’

    Science | Jun 5, 2013 Story Audio Iraqi child practicing ballet Akram Saleh/Getty Images Guests Terry Moran: Panel moderator, co-anchor of ABC News’ Nightline Melanie Boly: Neurologist at Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research and at University of Wisconsin-Madison Christof Koch: Professor of biology and engineering at the California Institute of Technology and of the Allen Institute for […]

  • The Puzzle of Consciousness: Watch Full Video of World Science Festival Panel

    Permanent Address: By Gary Stix | May 30, 2013 Unraveling the mystery of consciousness remains perhaps the biggest challenge in all neuroscience, so big and amorphous that most brain scientists won’t go near the topic, leaving philosophers to speculate about the a prioris. Even defining what consciousness is quickly devolves into lengthy and often ponderous […]

  • The Riddle of Consciousness

    BY GARY MARCUS | The New Yorker     A few weeks ago, while staying with my in-laws, my four-month-old son woke up at two-thirty in the morning. He was hungry, and, knowing that he would not be coaxed back to sleep without a bottle, I brought him downstairs to the kitchen, where his crying stopped abruptly. […]

  • Consciousness Exploration with the Institute of Noetic SciencesThe Institute of Noetic Sciences™, founded in 1973 by Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, is a nonprofit research, education, and membership organization whose mission is supporting individual and collective transformation through consciousness research, educational outreach, and engaging a global learning community in the realization of our human potential. “Noetic” comes from the Greek word nous, which means “intuitive mind” or “inner knowing.” IONS™ conducts, sponsors, and collaborates on leading-edge research into the potentials and powers of consciousness, exploring phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models while maintaining a commitment to scientific rigor.

    The Institute’s primary program areas are consciousness and healing, extended human capacities, and emerging worldviews. The specific work of the Institute includes the following:

    • Sponsorship of and participation in original research and publication of articles in peer-reviewed journals
    • Application of findings into educational products and trainings
    • A monthly membership program that includes product and workshop discounts and the semiannual periodical The Noetic Post
    • Presentation and cosponsorship of regional and international workshops and conferences
    • The hosting of residential seminars and workshops at EarthRise, our on-campus retreat facility, located on 200 acres thirty miles north of San Francisco with facilities for up to 120 people
    • Supporting a global network of self-organizing community groups