Liz and Jay have lived, laughed, studied and worked together since 1973 practicing and teaching neurosomatic systems of relaxation and bliss with conscious neurosomatic intelligence integration. Thinking and mind cannot be confined to the brain. Our minds and bodies are one, literally.
Employing special activities and specific language, Liz and Jay teach certain useful mental states to your neurosomatic intelligence with appropriate integration with your conscious mind. One of the useful mental states Liz and Jay teach is traditionally referred to as Yoga Nidra.
When one lucid dreams, one may pay attention to the spacetime void between lucid dreams. Pay attention to the timeless silent blackness and find it enveloping you in indescribable solace while remaining lucid. Osho writes that this achievement represents the entire point of lucid dreaming. This is the lucid spacetime emptiness of Yoga Nidra.
Yoga Nidra originated in India as a method to change the quality of your consciousness and designed for the purpose of increasing your awareness of the nature of your being.
Both Liz and Jay earned MFAs (directing film and theatre) from the Theatre Arts Department at Humboldt State University on Jacob Javits Fellowships after graduating from UCSD, Summa cum Laude, with double majors from the Visual Arts and the Communication Departments.