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The Dream Experiment Ep. 17

The Erie Mansion Episode: Historically Haunted. We take the podcast on the road with us once more, this time to Clyde, NY, where Mark Wright runs a hotel style unique experience for visitors to feel what it's like to live in the mansion that the townspeople all know is haunted. We have an in-depth conversation with Mark about the mansion and its history while getting to know him intimately just like all our guests. In answering the ten questions of the experiment we press on to find out what...


The Dream Experiment Ep. 16

Episode 16 The Cabin In The Woods Episode: The Dream Password. We take the podcast on the road with 2 new guests, Risa and Mark, with third and recurring guest Deborah Miliotto answering the 10 questions in the presence of a quieter, more peaceful, nature setting. Hypnosis, UFO abductions, higher dimensional consciousness beings, what is God, the illusion of time, breath and consciousness, consciousness after death, and memory connected to awareness discipline are some of the topics we touch...


The Dream Experiment Ep. 15

The Creative Tendencies Episode: Michael Berman joins us as we talk about the nature of time itself outside of our default perception of the forward direction of moments followed by moments. Recollecting our time at a recording studio together, we go through the 10 questions with more unique dream experiences and touching on simplifying our 5-dimensional existence. We discuss hightened consciousness being tied directly to brain plasticity brought on by the creation and understanding of...


The Dream Experiment Ep. 14

The Synchronicity Episode: Welcome To The Fifth Dimension. Rich Tapper sums up the last two episodes as they have contributed to moving forward with the experiment. A simple explanation of what it means to live as fifth dimensional beings in the context of experience and the history of science in the last 100 years, followed by the retelling of a 12 year old dream that was too real to forget, all show that The Dream Experiment is making progress by acting in the face of the unknown.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 13

The Omen Episode: Eric Ferrazzoli joins us as our guest sharing his wide experience with dreams relating to stress, his time in the military, city living, culminating in a very unique set of viewpoints and revelations to drive the experiment further forward while defining sex dreams, military dreams, inability dreams, nightmares, and dream escape tactics. Our story begins with meeting at a major recording studio and agreeing to make music that makes people want to fight just after 9/11 in...


The Dream Experiment Ep. 12

Our guests are Carl Golembeski and Cody Orrell, on the Toroidal Syzygy Episode. Beginning with discussing FFT analysis in the context of sound and brain imaging and physical reality, we go through the ten questions, more unexpected answers, DMT and the jester, personal revelations about ourselves and the experiment. In a long and sometimes unforeseen random arc, it all ends up relating directly to dreams, prophecy, anamnesis, navigating the flow of life, and evolving human communication in...


The Dream Experiment Ep. 11

We focus on consciousness itself, what it is beyond the obvious, what it can be, and why this tends to be problematic in 2017. One of the 10 Dream Experiment questions deals solely with consciousness, and after 10 episodes we delve deeper into this question which may hold the answer to the entire purpose of the experiment.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 9

John Szalyga is our guest, a dream experiencer who gives us a cinematic context to view dreams while touching upon meditation, defining consciousness through awareness, deviation of perception and memory, reacting to daily living in Brooklyn, New York, questioning our elders about their differing dream experiences and learning from them, how detailed we can get about dream recollection and pondering how far dreams can depart from waking experiences that may have influenced their inception.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 8

The importance of documenting your dreams is precluded by the need to have dreams in the first place, and more fundamentally to have a certain quality of dreams to tell, breaking silence by providing data to share with the world. We found emotion present in all dreams, now we move toward dreams being created out of emotion as a starting point, where humans are already connected and commonly rooted to each other.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 7

Rich Tapper gives a brief summation of where The Dream Experiment finds itself after interviewing 4 guests intimately, how the experiment may need to be altered in order to expect tangible results, followed by the telling of a journaled dream about an external takeover of the planet.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 5

Rich Tapper recounts "The Luthier" in the post-solstice recap of the general state of The Dream Experiment, the motivation to move on with each day, the time spent in sleep, and how dreams enrich the lives we share with others during this holiday season.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 4

Chris Ambrozewicz is our guest and dream experiencer, discussing the stresses of city living with echoes in dreams, muscle atonia and paralysis combined with entities perceived as ghostly visitation, recurring dreams, telepathic communication, while answering the ten questions and their unexpected revelations.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 3

Tim Sturges is our guest, fellow sound enthusiast and dream experiencer, covering first-person narration, data streams, bathroom dream portals, Julian Jaynes and the scope of consciousness, Kurt Vonnegut, the power of God and DMT-like dreaming, the keys to lucidity, Yogic breathing, and much more.


The Dream Experiment Ep. 2

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The Dream Experiment Ep. 1

Rich Tapper, sound enthusiast and dream experiencer, explains what The Dream Experiment is and why it should exist. 10 questions are given and answered in Yes or No format. Future episodes will have guests participating in the survey and casually talking about related subjects.