PsiberDreaming 2010 is now open and continue until October 10,2010.

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Last Year's PDC info below:

 

Invited Speakers

Dr. Charles TartDr. Charles Tart
The End of Materialism

 

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.
Creativity and Chaos in Dreaming and Waking States

Jon Lipsky
Dreaming Together

 


Robert Moss
Robert Moss
"Thirteen Reasons Why the Dead Come Calling"





Rev. Jeremy Taylor
Rev. Jeremy Taylor
Implications of Precognitive Dreaming for the Future of Consciousness

Paco MitchellPaco Mitchell
World Dreams

 

Deborah Koff-Chapin
Touch Drawing, Touch Dreams

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 September 27 - October 11, 2009
Thanks to all participants!

Co-Hosts Jean Campbell and Rita Dwyer would like to thank all the presenters and participants in the 2009 PDC. We had two weeks of cutting-edge discussions, presentations, workshops, contests with some of the top experts in the field and most experienced dream field researchers in the world.


The PsiberDreaming Gallery of dream art is still open to the public.

Presenters Page
For a full list of PsiberDreaming 2009 Presenters and presentation titles

PsiberDreaming 2009 Conference Schedule
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TWO GREAT EVENTS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DURING THE 2009 PSIBERDREAMING CONFERENCE

IASD 25th Anniversary Photo Fly By
Past IASD President and PsiberDreaming Co-Host, Rita Dwyer, presents a PowerPoint slide show of IASD's first twenty-five years.

PsiberDreaming Gallery of Dream Art
This year sixty artists have submitted beautiful dreams and dream art to the PsiberDreaming Gallery. Join Gallery Host Laura Atkinson for a virtual Gallery tour.


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