Dream Synthesizer Performance Woodstock NY Concert February 25, 2012: John Beaulieu Dream Synthesizer
The Dream Synthesizer is an instrument designed to interface between normal consciousness and dream consciousness. The Dream Synthesizer contains homeopathic fluid capacitors, magnetic matrixes, and orgone accumulators that amplify dream telepathy. Dream music is played on a spinal column keyboard linked to alchemic magic mirrors and a Bach Flower Mood Interpreter. The performer is free to improvise dreams and/or interpret specially composed mandala dreams scores.
I designed and built the Dream Synthesizer after returning from India in 1978. I was inspired by two events. The first was my experience with Satya Sai Baba. On the last day of my visit to his ashram in Puttaparthi, India, I asked him if I could see him. He looked at me in a very strange way and said, “I will see you.” And then he walked away. When I got home I could not work due to fever, chills, and shakes, plus it was 90° in New York City. When I was able to sleep, Sai Baba would come into my dreams.
We would talk for hours in dreamtime and it was more real than being in India. The first thing he said to me was, “I told you I would see you.” This was the beginning of my dreamtime teachings and the inspiration for a Dream Synthesizer. My scientific self still had doubts and one day I found a book called Dream Telepathy in Samuel Weiser’s bookstore. It was exactly what I needed. It was about dream telepathy experiments conducted in the sleep labs of Maimonides Medical Center in New York City by Dr. Stanley Krippner and Dr. Montague Ullman. Their research focused on how one person could transfer thoughts to another while the second person was sleeping, thereby influencing the second person’s dreams. Their work with over 100 subjects demonstrated a high correlation between what was telepathically sent and what was received by dreamers.After the concert, you are welcome to come up and look at and see inside the Dream Synthesizer. Everything is documented in my Dream Synthesizer booklet which can be downloaded from my personal web site: www.JohnBeaulieu.com.