International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) President Jean Campbell invites us to enter the magic of dreaming together and discover amazing connections. A history of group dreaming research from 1979 to the present, this book is a wake-up call-to-action for dreamers everywhere.
One Sunday morning, when I was four years old, I excitedly said to my family at the breakfast table, "Last night, I flew all the way to the bottom of the stairs, and I didn't even hurt myself." "Oh," they laughed. "That was just a dream." Just a dream, I thought sadly and, taking my cue from them, neglected my dreams for the next twenty years. Fortunately, before I reached thirty, my dreaming self woke me up. I have spent the rest of my life trying to recapture and understand the magic of that early dream. In 1984, when The International Association for the Study of Dreams (ASD) was formed, I was one of its first members, and one of its first conference presenters. How exciting it was to meet other people with goals similar to mine. At the time, I was director of a consciousness research organization, Poseidia Institute, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Among other things, I conducted dream research. Although I left the field of dreams shortly after that to pursue doctoral studies at The American University in Washington, D.C., I was lured back to ASD in the early '90s for the same reason the organization attracted me in the first place: people who were as curious about dreams as I was. A particular interest I have pursued is the ability of people to dream together. Several different group-dreaming experiments were conducted over a period of ten years. More recently, since training in Energetic Metatherapy with Dr. Hector Curi-Kano, my interest has turned to teaching people how to utilize body consciousness while working with dreams. And I have begun to conduct individual sessions and workshops in DreamWork/BodyWork. Since 9/11, I have moderated a Yahoo group called The World Dreams Peace Bridge and I have become CEO of The iMAGE Project, a nonprofit organization.Review:
Wondrous speculation on the nature of dreams. --Robert Hoss, author of Dream Language
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