Dr. Dream led an ordinary life. He worked in marketing. Wore a tie. Jumped into web development. Followed a normal routine. Even had a conventional name — Mark Peebler. Then, he said goodbye. To it all.
Today, he lives out of a 26-foot RV. He’s in a different city, on average, every three days. He’ll be in Dallas on May 6. Then, he heads West. I plan to catch him in Joshua Tree, California, on May 20, for Contact in the Desert. In his refurbished life, instead of being surrounded by walls, computers, and stress, he is enveloped with love. What you put forth, springs back to you. His latest offering is a Tour of Love which he conceptualized in response to peoples’ needs. He says many are questioning what their life is about. Why are they on earth?
“People are making changes,” says Dr. Dream. “They are searching for meaning. They’re recommitting and rededicating their lives, and wanting to be more in their hearts.”
He can relate. Dr. Dream was sitting in a million-dollar home, with a nice-sized bank account. He was living the life most Americans seek. What society programs and conditions us to do. But, he wasn’t being fulfilled. That’s when he realized something was wrong with the status quo. There was “a void in my being,” he noted 13 years ago.
That emptiness led to soul searching. As a result, he set out to share his personal truth and the nature of his realities. He recalls, “In this process, I lost my million-dollar home. I probably sold my company, and exited that part of my existence, too early. But it was the right balance of getting back to what it’s all about. And it’s been amazing.”
As a Yoga Therapist, I appreciate sound therapy, including Tibetan bowls. In fact, I’ve met many bowl masters, and am familiar with the many ways in which they can be used therapeutically. Actually, that’s what drew me to Dr. Dream. As part of his Tour of Love, Dr. Dream leads healing bowl sessions like none other.
First, he uses 333 bowls. The number three, he says, is equated with the trinity. For him, that means receiving 1) Devine Perfection, 2) Health, and 3) Guidance. “I’m always seeing 3-3-3. In my own experiences, that’s been a big number for us.”
“The wave that we facilitate, by and large, is not a sound bath. We don’t refer to it as a concert. We prefer people are sitting rather than laying down. Normally it’s a two-and-a-half-hour experience. We take them through a process of connecting them with each of their chakras (one by one).” Dr. Dream explains, “We bring them a raw formulation of cacao. We put an essential oil on them for each chakra, and then we bring the bowl within inches of that chakra. We go up to the people 21 to 28 times in the experience.”
However, for Contact in the Desert, a mega-festival for people interested in other worlds, he has a different approach, that elicits the same results.
At last year’s Contact in the Desert, 2500 people soaked up Dr. Dream’s sound therapy. To maximize the impact on each of the participants Dr. Dream brought in his band of 59 “angels.” First of all, 17 of the angels carried mister bottles filled with essential oils. Participants were sprayed with a different essential oil correlating to each of the chakras. In addition, surrounding the 2500 attendees in Joshua Tree were 40 root chakra bowls. The remaining 293 bowls were played to awaken the other chakras.
“We broke through our own ceiling that night,” he says based on what people told him they experienced.”
Dr. Dream makes a large monthly donation to two Nepalese towns recovering from the 2015 earthquake. As part of his donation, they supply him with handmade bowls. Hence, his tour of love is going full circle. “It’s a powerful energetic. That energetic is imbued in the bowls and people feel that. What we’re doing is creating a sacred space where people are just walking in, and normally people are blown away by it. The bowls have an energy that transcends the vibration.”
Plus, the experience is magnified by the use of essential oils.
Not surprisingly, I use essential oils, daily. Topically, internally, and aromatically. I have studied the healing properties of the different oils, from a practical standpoint, from an energetic platform, and from an Ayurvedic perspective. As such, I recommend them in my Yoga Therapy personalized action plans. However, Dr. Dream takes healing via essential oils to another level. This fascinates me. Plus, he isn’t just pulling ideas out of the sky.
When I spoke with Dr. Dream, he referred to a study done in conjunction with John Hopkins University. That research identified the different frequencies of essential oils along with the frequencies of the healthy and diseased human body.
The Hopkins study taps into learnings from another prolific source, that Dr. Dream has been privy to for about 15 years. During the WWII era, Dr. Royal Rife created a device to measure frequencies. “His premise was to identify frequencies of ailments and then heal them with other frequencies. He was able to see what different frequencies did to compromised cells.”
Bruce Taino, of the Hopkins study, looked at essential oils and identified their frequency levels. For example, Dr. Dream explains that the average human body, during the day, has a frequency that may fluctuate between 62 and 68. Consequently, when someone has a cold, their frequency may drop to 58. Those with Candida will be closer to 55. Cancer patients are at 42. Finally, the onset of death hovers at 25.
Dr. Dream was intrigued by what needed to be done to maintain a higher frequency. The solution was quite simple.
“The study showed rose (essential oil) being the highest frequency. It’s a very very powerful oil. It activates and expands the energy of the heart. As a human, you can’t go wrong with rose.”
No wonder, people are attracted to roses. “It’s always been held in high esteem. Even in our Hallmark culture of holidays, rose has been very big. It takes 60,000 roses to make an ounce of (pure therapeutic grade) rose oil. When you’re looking at that, it starts to make sense. How we feel when we look at roses, and when we smell roses…it’s no surprise. It’s a nice energetic.”
Interestingly, among the essential oils in my personal medicine cabinet is rose, which my Ayurvedic doctor encouraged me to use every night. Especially relevant, I use frankincense and helichrysum for healing, which follow rose at the top of the frequency chart. Internally, I tend to add peppermint to my water.
Peppermint scores a 78. Frankincense has a frequency level of 147, helichrysum 181, and 320 for Rose.
Dr. Dream explains that the higher the frequency of the oil, the more it heals the spiritual body, whereas, if the oil has a lower frequency, it heals the physical body. “I’m big on helping people learn about essential oils, and frankincense is called the king of oils. Peppermint is a very physical oil. On the surface, it gives you energy and a recharge. For a lot of people, it lets them let go of stress.”
According to Dr. Dream, everything is connected to frequency. Resonance. Energy. Expansiveness. The auric field. Biofield. “It’s all tied together. Anything that has us constricted, reduces our biofield. Anything that has us expansive, raises our frequency. The most important tool is our minds. How we’re thinking of things — our belief systems. The people that are victims are manifesting more as victims. People that are positive and giving, they are getting validated. I live a very blissful existence. Not that I don’t have challenges. But I’m happy. I look around, and see everything and celebrate. The nature of my reality is that source sees that and says I’ll give you more of that.”
Bowls and essential oils are the why of his existence. “I’ve never met anyone less special than me. If I can find bliss, abundance, and peace within…if I can do that then anyone can do that. I believe that at this time, for where we are as humanity, that it is very important to find opportunities to expand our knowledge and expand our feeling body and allow ourselves to find those things that we are drawn to. Anyone that shows up at our experience is ready for an expansive experience.”
Of course, the energy in your backyard is likely not the same as the venues Dr. Dream frequents. In other words, healing energies can be expected to be heightened in Joshua Tree. Set in the high desert, Joshua Tree is a sacred space where I head every year for Bhakti Fest.
“Joshua Tree is one of the most special places in the world,” says Dr. Dream. “The energy is so conducive to feeling good. I get to be the beacon of remembrance, and love. I get to be the beta trigger in that sea of information and get them back into their hearts. It’s the most beautiful role for me to be that beacon of love and that reminder of that it all comes back to our heart.”
Joshua Tree, California, one of the most famous UFO sighting areas in America, is the site for the largest UFO conference in the U.S. In addition to Dr. Dream, Contact in the Desert unites presenters including Chariots of the Gods author Erich von Daniken, “Ancient Aliens” star Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, George Noory host of “Coast to Coast AM,” Fingerprints of the Gods author Graham Hancock, Disclosure Project founder Dr. Steven Greer, and best-selling author of the Communion series, Whitley Strieber. Also leading workshops or discussions are Alaska Senator Mike Gravel, popular “Ancient Aliens” expert Robert Schoch, Secret Space Program veteran Corey Goode, and Aztec sighting incident authorities Scott and Suzanne Ramsey.