Our entire dreamworld is a fascinating place and we often don't pay enough attention to it, especially before and after sleep when we're in a drifting place and have in-between dreams. This is called a liminal state and those dreams are harder to focus on and remember as they're not in the normal brainwave frequencies of sleep consciousness. They're not as personal as our normal ones and we're generally not emotionally involved in them although they can show and tell us a lot. It's a fascinating realm to explore and Jennifer Dumpert, the author of "Liminal Dreaming, Exploring Consciousness at the Edges of Sleep", is a long studied expert about them. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about a state of consciousness that you're often in but haven't heard much about before.

Join us to explore an aspect of dreaming that you likely haven't heard much, if anything, about it before. Liminal dreaming happens just before you fall off to sleep or in the morning just after you wake up. These are also called hypnogogia or hypnopompia states of mind. There's a scientific study behind all natures of dreaming and this is the least known but universally active in our lives. Jennifer Dumpert has studied this for many years and has great information to share with us on the show. Be sure to tune in.

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