The International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) explores the nature and function of dreaming. They do not offer interpretations of specific dreams, but their website provides forums for lively exchanges of ideas, including psi dreams and lucid dreaming.

The Healing Power of Dreams Tallulah Lyons and Wendy Pannier offer group dreamwork to people living with cancer in conjunction with cancer treatment centers. Their work “pairs ancient wisdom about dreams and healing with contemporary science and mind/body practices” (from the website).


Interesting Books 

An Introduction to the Psychology of Dreaming, Bulkeley (Praeger 2017)

Integral Dreaming: A Holistic Approach to Dreams, Bogzaran and Deslauriers (SUNY Press, 2012)

The Living Labyrinth: Exploring Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams, and the Symbolism of Waking Life, Taylor (Paulist Press, 1998)

Sleep Monsters and Superheroes: Empowering Children through Creative Dreamplay, Editors Clare Johnson and Jean Campbell  (Praeger, 2016)

The Nature and Function of Dreaming, Hartmann (Oxford, 2011)

The Varieties of Religious Experience, William James (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 1901-02 / 2016)

Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them, Krippner, Bogzaran, de Carvalho (SUNY, 2002)

Dreams that Change Our Lives, Editors Robert Hoss and Robert Gongloff (Chiron Publications 2017)

Dreams and Guided Imagery: Gifts for Transforming Illness and Crisis, Lyons (Balboa, 2012)

Dreaming Beyond Death: A Guide to pre-Death Dreams and Visions, Bulkeley and Bulkley (Beacon Press, 2005)

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