Barbara Koning

Books, persons, events and information dealing with dreams within religious and esoteric movements and traditions


Books, chapters in books and articles dealing with dreams in the context of Buddhism

Dalai Lama & Varela, F. (ed). (1997). Sleeping, dreaming and dying. An exploration of consciousness with the Dalai Lama.
Boston: Wisdom Publications

Morley, C. (2013). Dreams of Awakening. Lucid Dreaming and Mindfullness of Dreams & Sleep. Carlsbad (CA): Hayhouse.
publisher about Morley

Gordon, D. (2007). Mindful Dreaming. A Practical Guide for Emotional Healing Through Transformative Mythic Journeys. Franklin Lakes (NJ): The Career Press
Backpage: ” …To merge a deep understanding of dream work with the mindfulness techniques of Buddhist practice brings a new light to bear on each of these subjects (Jean Campbell).

Gyatrul Rinpoche & Wallace, A. (1993). Ancient wisdom: Nyingma teachings on dream yoga, meditation en transformation. Ithaca: Snow Lion Publications

Chogyal Namkhai Norbu & Katz, M. (xxxx). Dream Yoga and the Practice of Natural Light. Ithaca (NY): Snow Lion Publications. Link to review

Taylor, J. (2009 [1992]). Ch. 8 Lucid Dreaming and Shamanism. In: J. Taylor. The Wisdom of Your Dreams.Using Dreams to Tap into your Unconscious and Transform your Life. New York: Penguin
In this chapter Taylor considers the view of Tibetan Buddhism that people in their deep sleep enter the same state of mind as the dead.

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche (1999). The Tibetan Yogas Of Dream And Sleep. Ithaca (NY): Snow Lion Publications

Wallace, B. Alan & Hodel, B. (ed). (2012). Lucid Dreaming and Tibetan Dream Yoga for Insight and Transformation. Boston: Shambhala

Young, S. (1999). Dreaming in the lotus. Buddhist dream narrative, imagery and practice. Boston: Wisdom Publications