Humans have an inherent drive to play with consciousness. Yet we frequently ignore the potential of the original altered state: the dream. In this talk, a brief review of sleep stages will explain various types of dreams. Over the course of a night, we move through five phases of sleep, four of which are dream-rich. A range of factors determines what form of dreamwork best suits a person at any given time. These factors include circadian rhythm—which audience members will be taught to determine—sleep and waking habits, and personal goals. Three methods of working with dreams will be addressed: liminal dreaming, lucid dreaming, and oneirogen work. Easy-to-learn exercises will be taught to allow participants to explore these forms of dreamwork to experiment with mind.