WELCOME THIRD EYE DROP LISTENERS!

…to the web portal of now, this current beautiful moment. Thank you for making it here, for taking the time to process Michaels vocal vibrations and convert them to curiosity. You are witnessing a collaboration that is Third Eye Drops x Eat Dream Be. We connected with Michael, your host, and the three of us reached consensus that sharing useful tools across tuned-in networks is our highest purpose. We’ve created this page to support each other’s missions in reciprocity.  We aim to focus meaningful mass intention on dreams, the ultimate source of creativity in the world.  Each night our lens is filled with imaginative arrangements of life’s dialogue.  Dream images support the development of new ideas and fresh perspectives, and the awareness of a collective unconscious that weaves through the fabric of all that IS.

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DREAM BARS

It’s with great pleasure we present Eat Dream Be’s first creative offering, the Dream Bar.  This food tool is formulated to support calm and focus, restful sleep and active dream practice.  A few nights of focused intention can prepare you for a lifetime of attention to the dream state.  Each bar is a spirited pairing of functional foods rich in the building blocks nutrients of Serotonin and Acetylcholine neurotransmitters (associated with mood, sleep and dreams), and herbal medicines.  We hope you will support our mission, and integrate Dream Bars into your morning meditation, afternoon hammock nap, evening read, or bedtime ritual.  Each purchase will support both Michael’s art, and our own.  Much love, dreamer!

“My dreams were really interestedly impacted, they were a little more vivid, I recalled a little more. It was clear to me REM got affected… I was intrigued.“
Dr. Michael Daine, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

"The Dream Bar is everything it claims to be. Not only does it help me relax during the day but I tend to remember my dreams whenever I have one before going to sleep. I also find it to be a great way to prompt myself for lucid dreams, kind of like a mindfulness practice."
Noah Lampert, Synchronicity Podcast

“Every night when I go to bed I feel freedom. The busyness of the day is over. Some nights the practice is successful and some nights it is not, and that is to be expected until the practice is very advanced. Nevertheless, I go to sleep every night with the intention to accomplish dream practice.” – Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche


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