Kenneth P.


Carrboro, NC
Hometown: Chapel Hill

Member since:

March 12, 2012

What drew you to this group?

After re-watching the movie "Waking Life", I searched for Seattle Lucid Dream groups, finding yours.

What is your familiarity with dream work, if any (none required!)?

I do my own Dream interpretation, as I use Feeling, more than visual cues. (I've been at this since about 1979, so I've had practice). I personally knew (early 90's) Wilda Tanner, author of "Mystical Magical Marvelous World of Dreams", but we both agreed that "book symbols" are less important than the analysis that a person gives to their own dreams (assuming that the person is seriously studying dreams).

What are you most interested in: Dreams, Intuition, Lucid Dreaming, Psychic Dreams, Dream Groups, Interpretation, Dream Education, Conscious/Subconscious Communication, other?

I've been aware of dreams much of my life. I started keeping a Dream Journal in 1979, and gained a level of control over my dreams (including Lucidity) about July, 2004, with my first Infinity experience (where I went beyond space and time, experiencing subjective years, between two [regular] Journal Entries, 28 minutes apart from each other). Since then, including an experience of getting another "version" of myself in trouble, I made a choice that, if it's even possible that the experience could be "reality", treat it as such, following laws as best as I can, treating others kindly and respectfully, and, if employed, conducting my work environment as best I can. (I have "mock-complained", at times, that, "Dream jobs don't pay physical bills!")


My name is Kenneth Parker. I'm a conscious Lucid Dreamer who does volunteer work in my dreams. I can help teach dream recall. Thank you!

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