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“Night Club” is a groundbreaking venture for exploring how mind creates reality through the study of meditation, lucid dreaming, and the bardos. Its mission is to establish and nurture an international community of students and teachers who have an interest in Lucid Dreaming and other extraordinary nocturnal practices. The nighttime meditations are solitary by nature, and the nocturnal path is subtle and strewn with obstacles. Ongoing encouragement, advice, and guidance are critical to success.

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Night Club Podcast | Lucid Dreaming & Dream Yoga Andrew Holecek

    • Education
    • 4.5, 12 Ratings

“Night Club” is a groundbreaking venture for exploring how mind creates reality through the study of meditation, lucid dreaming, and the bardos. Its mission is to establish and nurture an international community of students and teachers who have an interest in Lucid Dreaming and other extraordinary nocturnal practices. The nighttime meditations are solitary by nature, and the nocturnal path is subtle and strewn with obstacles. Ongoing encouragement, advice, and guidance are critical to success.

Join us today!
Only $1.00 for your first 30-days.

https://nightclub.andrewholecek.com

    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#8] - Recorded on 5/28/2020

    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#8] - Recorded on 5/28/2020

    In this time of isolation and stress, it’s helpful to feel connected to others. What we need is social intimacy and physical distancing.

    On Thursdays at 1:00 pm Mountain Time, Andrew will be offering free weekly online meetings to share teachings appropriate for this time, and to respond to questions from the community.

    We’ll talk about how to work with anxiety, fear, isolation, insomnia, heartbreak, uncertainty, and sickness – for starters. Andrew will continue to offer these weekly gatherings for as long as they are helpful. Practices appropriate to this situation will also be offered.

    This is a free event and all are welcome to join and participate.

    Click the link to join our next hangout:
    zoom.us/j/98048597129

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#7] - Recorded on 5/21/2020

    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#7] - Recorded on 5/21/2020

    In this time of isolation and stress, it’s helpful to feel connected to others. What we need is social intimacy and physical distancing.

    On Thursdays at 1:00 pm Mountain Time, Andrew will be offering free weekly online meetings to share teachings appropriate for this time, and to respond to questions from the community.

    We’ll talk about how to work with anxiety, fear, isolation, insomnia, heartbreak, uncertainty, and sickness – for starters. Andrew will continue to offer these weekly gatherings for as long as they are helpful. Practices appropriate to this situation will also be offered.

    This is a free event and all are welcome to join and participate.

    Click the link to join our next hangout:
    zoom.us/j/98048597129

    • 1 hr 44 min
    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#6] - Recorded on 5/14/2020

    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#6] - Recorded on 5/14/2020

    In this time of isolation and stress, it’s helpful to feel connected to others. What we need is social intimacy and physical distancing.

    On Thursdays at 1:00 pm Mountain Time, Andrew will be offering free weekly online meetings to share teachings appropriate for this time, and to respond to questions from the community.

    We’ll talk about how to work with anxiety, fear, isolation, insomnia, heartbreak, uncertainty, and sickness – for starters. Andrew will continue to offer these weekly gatherings for as long as they are helpful. Practices appropriate to this situation will also be offered.

    This is a free event and all are welcome to join and participate.

    Click the link to join our next hangout:
    zoom.us/j/98048597129

    • 1 hr 34 min
    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#5] - Recorded on 5/7/2020

    Social Intimacy & Physical Distancing [#5] - Recorded on 5/7/2020

    In this time of isolation and stress, it’s helpful to feel connected to others. What we need is social intimacy and physical distancing.

    On Thursdays at 1:00 pm Mountain Time, Andrew will be offering free weekly online meetings to share teachings appropriate for this time, and to respond to questions from the community.

    We’ll talk about how to work with anxiety, fear, isolation, insomnia, heartbreak, uncertainty, and sickness – for starters. Andrew will continue to offer these weekly gatherings for as long as they are helpful. Practices appropriate to this situation will also be offered.

    Watch the replay on Zoom:
    https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/ov5qIJ7W-VFOcInguE-Oe4AqF9zgT6a80CJNqfYNz0tv5a2qVmBIN4uiY9ua2OuI
    Password: 7v=*5815

    This is a free event and all are welcome to join and participate.

    Click the link to join our next hangout:
    zoom.us/j/98048597129

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Virtual Weekly Hangout [#4] with Andrew Holecek & Friends - Recorded on 4/30/2020

    Virtual Weekly Hangout [#4] with Andrew Holecek & Friends - Recorded on 4/30/2020

    In this time of isolation and stress, it’s helpful to feel connected to others. What we need is social intimacy and physical distancing.

    On Thursdays at 1:00 pm Mountain Time, Andrew will be offering free weekly online meetings to share teachings appropriate for this time, and to respond to questions from the community.

    We’ll talk about how to work with anxiety, fear, isolation, insomnia, heartbreak, uncertainty, and sickness – for starters. Andrew will continue to offer these weekly gatherings for as long as they are helpful. Practices appropriate to this situation will also be offered.

    This is a free event and all are welcome to join and participate.

    Click the link to join our next hangout: zoom.us/j/98048597129

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Interview with Zak Stein | Night Club Podcast

    Interview with Zak Stein | Night Club Podcast

    Join Andrew and philosopher Zachary Stein in an eye-opening and heartfelt look at COVID 19 and how it is changing the world. The virus has stopped economic growth dead in its tracks, and the liminal space we are now in provides an unprecedented opportunity to start afresh. Growth is good, but growth without direction is cancer. As chaos theory (and dissipative structures) has shown, things have to fall apart before they can reorganize at a higher level. How can civilizational collapse be transformed into opportunities for genuine growth? Is home-schooling better than industrial learning? How does understanding the spectrum of our identity help prevent burnout? After these opening topics, the conversation turns to deeply personal ways for how to manage the virus crises: how do we keep our hearts open, what coping mechanisms do we have, how can we use this situation to increase love? Zak shares some moving stories about his path of transforming “tears into nectar,” and “burning in the fire of tragedy.” He then talks about “crying practice” (which was used by the Spartans), how to actually do it, and why it is so helpful. This is immediately conjoined with “laughing practice,” and a look at how reality is touched through tears and laughter. Whether it’s “cracking up” or “breaking down” it’s the cracking and breaking that’s important – a gut-splitting and heart-breaking way to open, to love, and to then share it. How can we “bear the unbearable image” and use that to connect more fully to others? Crying practice is “permission practice;” the permission to be human, to feel deeply, to break down. But the human heart is unique. The more it breaks, the bigger it gets. Join this deep and sensitive thinker in an exploration of coping mechanisms in times of stress, and how to authentically transform obstacle into opportunity. This conversation was seeded by Zak’s recent article, which has caused a stir in the intellectual and alternative community: www.whatisemerging.com/opinions/covi…out-in-heaven

    More About Zak Stein:
    Zak Stein is philosopher of education working at the interface of psychology, metaphysics, and politics. He has published two books, including Education in Time Between Worlds, along with dozens of articles. This writing was done as he worked co-founding a non-profit and think tank, as well as teaching graduate students at Harvard, and consulting with technology start-ups. Zak is a long time meditator, musician and caregiver, which has shaped him more than any professional engagements.

    Learn more at www.zakstein.org

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

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One of the greats

Finally, some depth and stable prolonged inspiration. This is the real deal.

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