Craig Sim Webb, Executive Director of the non-profit DREAMS Foundation (www.dreams.ca) for 16+ years, is a professional dream & consciousness Speaker/ Author/Researcher/Inventor with well over 10,000 recorded dreams & 1000 lucid (conscious) dreams.
Including pioneering research at Stanford University and Montreal’s Sacré-Coeur Hospital, he has spent two decades studying, writing and teaching applied psychology, dream analysis, and lucid dreaming with a refreshing style that blends soul, science, heart and humor.
As an invited/hired expert for major motion pictures,
Fortune 500 corporations, SyFy, BBC, numerous universities, magazines and others, Craig and his work have made over a thousand international public/media appearances (ABC, CBS, CTV, CBC, MSN, Discovery Channel, TLC, New York Times, Reader’s Digest, etc.)
Time is the great equalizer. No matter who you are, from President of the United States, to the laziest among us, everyone gets the same 24 hours every day. You can wasted them or use them for good and it passes no judgment. No matter what happened yesterday, today, everyone’s clock is reset (no pun intended) to a fresh 24. So, since we can’t ever get MORE time, it is only a question of improving the QUALITY of the time we do have. And one of the best ways to do that is to get a good night’s sleep, EVERY night.