Interview with Craig Sim Webb, Professional Dream Analyst

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Craig Webb is a professional dream analyst and speaker/trainer/author on dreams, consciousness and communications. His life path was set in motion two decades years ago when he nearly drowned on a white-water rafting trip and suddenly began recalling up to ten dreams a day and having verifiable precognitive dreams. Since then, he’s graduated from McGill University, participated in pioneering dream and consciousness research at Stanford University and at Montreal’s Sacré-Coeur Hospital, designed electronic self development tools with worldwide distribution, and helped found and produce Making Contact (a progressive weekly radio show that has aired on over 200 international stations for 2 decades).

As a hired/invited expert for major motion pictures, Fortune 500 corporations, international TV/radio shows, magazines, etc., he’s broadcast/published pioneering concepts about applied psychology, dreams, communications, creativity and human potential, as well as interviews with leading visionaries. For 2 decades, he’s led numerous training programs and over 1500 miles of transformational outdoor quests with a refreshing style that blends soul, science, heart and humor. He’s had the privilege to offer empowering trainings to CEO’s, celebrities, doctors, professors, best-selling authors, grammy-winners, and others from all walks of life, helping them make profound breakthroughs while having a heck of a lot of fun.

Craig is a SyFy invited/featured author, a member of the scientific advisory board of North American Journal of Medical Sciences. He and his work have been honored to make well over a thousand media, academic, and corporate appearances (BBC, ABC, NBC, Discovery, CBS, CTV, CBC, MSN, PBS, The New York Times & London Times, etc.

Visit: www.craigwebb.ca

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