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Volume 8, issue 4

Five Basic Hints for Dream Work

1. All dreams speak a universal language and come in the service of health and wholeness.

There is no such thing as a "bad dream"-only dreams that sometimes take a dramatically negative form in order to grab our attention.

Jeremy Taylor: Dreamwork as a Social Movement

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Jeremy Taylor was born in Newton, MA and raised in Buffalo, NY. He left home at age 15, going to the Virgin Islands where he learned scuba diving and cabinet making. For many years he was an avid motorcyclist. Jeremy enjoys writing poetry and d more

Interview with Henry Reed

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Linda: How did you become interested in dreams?

Henry: There were two things. One, as a psychology graduate student at UCLA in the '60s I was interested in multiple personalities, amnesia and fugue states. I was interested in how we knew more

Shoes of the dreamer

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"I open my closet and a torrent of shoes pour out upon the floor."

This dream initiated a research project on the meaning of shoes in dreams. When I placed a call for dreams of shoes in Dream Network Bulletin, 172 dreams were submitted. What type more

The Dream-Art Scientist

Jane Roberts' Seth material advocates a participant/observer mode of dream research which requires that a dreamworker be adept at in-dream skills. Being a dream-art scientist requires the development of specific talents. To become aware that one more