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March 2009

  In This Issue:

IASD Office


IASD Member Events Around the World


“WEB-NEWS PLACE” Your source for book-marking IASD member Websites  is a site which promotes the scientific perspective on dream studies and dreamwork, and hosts the DreamScience foundation which, in partnership with IASD, offers dream research grants. The site contains a summary of recent dream research and theory as well as proven approaches for working with dreams. It also hosts the Dream Time Radio series. The site is the creation of IASD board member, Bob Hoss.



Throughout history men and women have turned to their dreams for answers. From Rene Descartes’ discovery of Analytical Geometry to the last movements of George Frederic Handel’s Messiah, dreams have shaped our destiny. Perhaps they will do so again!

Join us for a three-day Global Lucid Dreaming Experiment when we seek answers to the current economic unrest in the world through incubating our dreams. To participate, please send an email to Participants will receive instructions for the dream incubation by email. Experiments will run April 24 through 29, 2009.










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“WEB-NEWS PLACE” Your source for book-marking IASD member Websites








“Earth Dreaming,” Friday, June 26 through Tuesday, June 30, 2009, Wyndham O’Hare Hotel, Rosemont, Illinois. Deadline for early registration discount is April 1, 2009.

Celebrate planet earth, all her inhabitants, and dreams and dreaming! Explore the world of dreams with nearly 150 presentations by over 100 world famous authors, psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, artists, educators and researchers in the field of dream studies. The “Earth Dreaming” conference offers something for everyone - the general public, as well as professionals. Participants will discover the meaning and mysteries of dreams and dreaming through workshops, lectures and special presentations.
“Earth Dreaming” participants can also attend the Dream Arts Exhibition, browse at the IASD bookstore and purchase CDs of their favorite presentations, submit a psi-dream in the Dream Telepathy Contest, experience an “Earth Dreaming” dream hike, see the sights during the Chicago Getaway Afternoon, and then have fun at the ever-popular conference-end, costume Dream Ball.

For information and to register for “Earth Dreaming” online please visit Questions? Call 1.866.DREAM12, or e-mail: 

The Wyndham O’Hare Hotel is conveniently located near O’Hare airport, Metra trains, and the Blue Line El to the many attractions in downtown Chicago.

Remember to book your hotel room early as the block of rooms is limited. Book by calling the Hotel directly at 847.297.1234 (preferred number) or at 1.800.WYNDHAM. You can also register through the Wyndham website at  Enter your arrival and departure dates and click on “Search using Corporate, Promo and Group codes.” When the new window appears enter the IASD group code – 0626859dr- in the group code box. Then click on the “Search” button. This will take you to the Wyndham/IASD page where you can click on the room rate amount to start the registration process.


Special invited presenter, Robert Moss, of the 2009 IASD conference “Earth Dreaming” was interviewed at Read the Spirit, a leading website focusing on the spiritual, 

Patricia Garfield, Ph.D. is teaching a course on MOVIES OF THE MIND, beginning in March, at Dominican University of California, San Rafael, as part of their Osher Lifelong Learning Program. The course explores the mesmerizing world of movies and dreams, focusing on the metaphors of emotion in both. Dr. Garfield has taught two courses on dreams previously for Dominican, but this course is a new approach to enriching personal lives through the visual imagery of film.

Dream News editor, Jacquie Lewis will be interviewed on Inner Quest TV Show in Highland Park, IL, March 9, 2009. The half hour show will cover various aspects of dreams and dreaming, will be aired two times and will also be posted on U-Tube.

Jacquie’s research on the dreams of animal rights activists was also the focal point of an article, Help Animals While You Sleep, in the March/April, 2009 issue of VegNews magazine, a national publication.

Teresa DeCiccio has an attractive, informative, and entertaining dream blog at  It offers interesting tidbits about unusual dreams and highlights some of her research into dreams. Readers can also connect with other dream appreciators.

Anne Hill’s award-winning blog, Blog o' Gnosis  "Thoughts On Dreams, Life, and Spirit", is four years old this April! Anne also has a blog for the Huffington Post where she writes on dreams and culture. A listing of all her posts can be found at

Anne also just published a book, What To Do When Dreams Go Bad: A
Practical Guide to Nightmares
, is a concise, witty, and thoughtful guide to why we have nightmares and what to do about them. It covers such topics as sleep disorders, dream interpretation, and shamanic dream practices. It is available at Serpentine Music & Books  and

In April, May, and August Stanley Krippner will lead three separate weekend workshops on the topic of “Personal Mythology and Dreams.” These retreats will be sponsored by AHP & Transformative Groups, will be open to the public, and most professionals will be eligible for CE credits upon completion. The dates and places are: April 17-19 in Portland, OR; May 1-3 in Seattle, WA; and August 28-30 in Bellingham, WA. For additional information and to register, go to:  and then scroll to the bottom of the webpage. Alternatively, telephone Susan Burns at 425-881-9000, or send an email to:

Ernest Hartmann, Bob Hoss, and Don Kuiken were featured in an article about dreams in the March issue of Prevention Magazine. To read the article visit

Fariba Bogzaran, PhD with guest Patricia Garfield, PhD will offer a weekend retreat, “Extraordinary Dreams: Work Creatively with Dreams in Your Life and Practice,” April 17-19, 2009 at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Petaluma, CA. For more information visit


By Ryan Hurd

This month I am focusing on how social media sites like Facebook can help dream workers and enthusiasts expand our networks, educational outreach, and publicity on the world-wide Inter-web. These sites, while often portrayed as having a global reach, are also important for local networking. In fact, finding potential clients, customers, affiliates and colleagues in your neck of the woods is a crucial part of the online social networking world.

It’s About Transparency and Integrity
If you’re over thirty years old, you may have a natural revulsion to online social networking. That’s understandable, especially when it comes to concerns about privacy. But I have found that, for many people, understanding the social values of these online communities more often than not heals this aversion.

Simply put, the values behind online social networking are transparency and integrity. If everything you do is authentic, and about adding value for others, you will quickly gain a following in Facebook and the web-at-large. Build trust through dialogue, and then provide opportunities when they are thematically relevant. It’s not that different than handing out a business card and sealing a deal with a handshake.

The Profile Page
Here’s how it works. You sign up for an account at The centerpiece is building a profile page. You have complete control about how “open” you want to be and how much information you want to share, by choosing whether or not to display where you live, your job, your interests, and your websites. You can use your profile as a way to keep in touch with colleagues, or as a way to let people you know what you are working on and thinking about. You can message individuals (publicly and privately), share links (such as your latest press release), and build personal alliances based on interests. Uploading photos and even videos is not a problem, so people can easily learn about your world.

Friending Strategies
It’s also easy to import your email contacts to see how many of your contacts are already on Facebook, and then you can “friend” them. (Yes, I just used friend as a verb. If you can wrap your head around that one, the rest is downhill!) You may choose to only friend people who you have previously met in person. Or, you can open yourself up to friending those who have similar interests in your area, which can result in potential workshop participants or other opportunities down the road.

If you already have a public persona and some notoriety, be ready: you may get many friend requests, which are basically pleas to “influence me.” These friends will have access to links you promote, public discussions on your “wall,” as well as whatever multi-media you choose to make available (video lectures anyone?). This can be a great way to indirectly promote your work, your research, and your publications. Many semi-public figures use Facebook to take the temperature of their fan base (and many of these have assistants to do the routine tasks of updating the site).

Keep in mind, if you are looking to gather many friends in order to inspire them and market to them, do so with respect and in good taste. In other words, spamming your friends every day with email offers is not an acceptable practice, and will result in you losing friends and possibly being banned. Facebook is about building trust through transparency, not leverage.

So how else can Facebook widen your sphere of influence? Besides building your personal profile, you can also join “Groups” as well as write stand-alone “Pages” on a topic of interest.

Facebook Groups are centered around organizations, causes, and businesses. Here’s a completely random example: The International Association for the Study of Dreams

Maybe you heard of us! This group is just getting started, with 30 or so members. However, this group could easily be a way to attract new members to the IASD by group member’s participation, such as sharing links about recent dream research, discussing hot topics, and even providing the public with ways to participate in dream research.

Imagine a place where all the world’s leading dream experts stopped by with their two-cents every once in a while.... this could be a cool way to spread the message of dream education while we get to know each other and cross-fertilize our ideas. It’s also a great way to build your name.

Of course, it’s important that we abide by the ethics of the IASD, which means, amongst other conflicts of interest, not providing “dream interpretation” services in public in order to attract private clients.

You can also host a “page” on Facebook based on your interests. This is way to market your business more directly than through a Group. Some popular examples include public figures and historic places. Individuals become “fans” of the page, and their social networks are notified when they do so as part of their personal “newsfeed.” This is the real power of Facebook: word-of-mouth is still in business. Fans can add photos, videos, and most importantly — discussion. Here’s one Page about Carl Jung:

You can also write a page on a topic, such as “Archetypal Psychology.” This can be a great way to spread a message that is close to your heart, and also to your business. While directing marketing to your fans (such as continuously linking out to your business webpage) is not a good idea, you can still update a Page you have created with relevant news, which might include, for example, your archetypal psychology workshop next month... No conflict of interest here.

That’s the basics of Facebook. Join me online and let’s start influencing the fifth most popular web site in the world.

Ryan Hurd is an Internet consultant and freelance writer. He maintains the dream research blog:


Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. Keynote Address: “Everyone Who Dreams Partakes of Shamanism.” Dr. Krippner will explain how early shamans emerged to negotiate the shift between worlds and to interpret the images that occur in dreams. He will explore the history of dreamwork up to the present and discuss the artwork of Rob Van de Horst.

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., is professor of psychology at Saybrook Graduate School and co-director of the Dream Studies Certificate Program. A former president of IASD, and recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award, he is co-author of Dream Telepathy, Extraordinary Dreams, and Personal Mythology, and Dreamworking. He is also the editor of Dreamtime and Dreamwork and co-editor of Dreamscaping, Healing Tales, and Healing Stories. His website is

Barbara Tedlock, Ph.D. Keynote Address: “The Shamanic Power and Spirituality of Dreaming.” Dr. Tedlock will describe Ojibwe, Huichol, Mayan, and Shipibo visionary dreaming practices and show art works created by shaman-dreamers from these and other traditions.

Barbara Tedlock, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where she teaches courses in psychological anthropology, religion, and the arts, as well as holistic health, dream interpretation, and healing. Trained and initiated as a shamanic dream interpreter by the K’iche’ Maya of Guatemala, she is on the Board of Directors of the Society for Shamanic Practitioners and is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Shamanic Practice. She has also served on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Anthropology of Consciousness, and Consulting Editor (since 1990) of Dreaming: Journal of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. Her books include Dreaming: Anthropological and Psychological Interpretations and The Woman in the Shaman’s Body: Reclaiming the Feminine in Religion and Medicine. Forthcoming is Healing Medicine: Ancient Wisdom in Modern Healthcare and The Power, Poetics, and Spirituality of Dreaming. Her website is



“The Secret History of Dreaming.” Mr. Moss will explain how dreams throughout history have aided the dreamer in waking life. He’ll discuss the new discipline called “dream archeology” and why humans need the skills of both shamans, scholars and detectives to fathom the past and to prepare for the changes that are coming in the future history of our world.

Robert Moss is the pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dreamwork. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood and first learned the ways of a traditional dreaming people through his friendship with Aborigines. He leads popular seminars and trainings all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming and a lively online dream school at . A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a best-selling novelist, journalist and independent scholar. His many books on dreaming and imagination include Conscious Dreaming, Dreamgates, The Three "Only" Things: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence and Imagination and The Secret History of Dreaming. His website is


Art Show 2008A juried exhibition of dream-inspired art will be held at the Wyndham O’Hare Hotel in Chicago, in conjunction with the 26th annual IASD conference, “Earth Dreaming,” Friday June 26 – Tuesday June 30, 2009. The show will be co-curated by Richard Russo and Kim Vergil.

All 2-D and 3-D art will be considered, including painting, sculpture, photography, artist books, and installations. The show is open to all IASD members, as well as artists living in the Chicago area. All work must be delivered and picked up in person at the hotel.

The deadline for entries is April 22, 2009. Full details and entry forms, as well as information about the 2009 Nancy Richter Brzeski Art Awards, are available on the IASD website,



IASD will open its 26th annual conference, “Earth Dreaming” with a ceremony and celebration of IASD and the Earth and its inhabitants -- an event that is sure to draw attendees together. We'll also celebrate IASD's 25th birthday as an incorporated non-profit association. Pictures, people, songs, stories, and especially dreams will be feted.

Please send any memories or dreams of IASD which you find personally meaningful to Rita Dwyer,  They will be placed in a book titled, IASD--Thanks for the Memories! to mark the occasion, “IASD--Thanks for the Memories!”


IASD would like to thank members Sheila Asato and Laurel Clark for what is turning out to be the most exciting IASD advertising campaign in recent history. Both of these members, who live in the Midwest, volunteered to spread the word about the IASD 2009 Earth Dreaming Conference, and asked in early February for an email designed by IASD that they could send out to their respective e-mail lists.

This led to us to ask the general membership if they had mailing lists that they (similarly) would like to send a conference email. And THAT led to what we are now calling the 2009 Conference E-Mail Campaign. Over eighty IASD members responded to the request to mail out information about the conference to their e-mail lists. The first of the conference e-mails was sent out the first weekend in March to an estimated 40,000 to 50,000 dreamers on up-to-date and well-targeted lists. Way to go, IASD!

Participants in this E-Mail Campaign will be asked to mail another message mid-March containing the Art Show information and a final email in late April/early May, again urging people to come to the conference.

In addition to the members who agreed to participate in the email campaign, the mailing to IASD members about the campaign yielded several other results. Among them were these.

1. Twenty or thirty members responded to say they had no email list, but that they would gladly put the conference logo on their web site or distribute posters (downloadable from the conference web site) in their areas.

2. One person sent a file of 500 artists who will receive the Art Show Mailing. There are several artists on the email campaign list, including Art Show co-chair Kim Vergil, so we are hoping for a fairly widespread distribution of the Art Show guidelines in a couple of weeks.

3. Don Van Nuys of ShrinkRap Radio in Sonoma, CA is scheduled to interview Robert Moss on March 17, and promises to advertise the conference to his 150,000 listeners.

4. Rev. Jeremy Taylor has already begun to spread the word. We have heard from the person who organizes for him in the Bay Area and another who organizes in Boulder. Both have asked to be on the e-mail campaign list.

The value of this type of campaign is not only in the fact that people are learning about IASD and the Chicago conference, but that IASD members are enthusiastic about the opportunity to advertise IASD. In return for their participation in the 2009 Conference E-Mail Campaign, members can have their web site logo or a banner of their organization placed on the Conference Sponsor Page of the 2009 Conference web site.

Haven't yet joined the 2009 Conference E-Mail Campaign, but would like to do so? If you missed the mailing for the first e-mail of the campaign, you can still send it to your mailing list, because all e-mails will be made available online at in the PR section.

If you wish to be notified about mailing the next email (week of March 15) contact conference Advertising Manager Jean Campbell at


We are pleased to announce that the anonymous donor who has generously provided funding for the Student Research Award for the past 4 years has graciously agreed to fund the competition for 2009!

As in previous years, there will be two $500 awards. The first is for the best student submission of original scientific research on dreams and dreaming. The second is for the best submission of original historical, literary, artistic, or theoretical research. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to submit papers.

All participants must submit their presentations in electronic form, preferably through email or if necessary by mailing the files copied to a CD or a DVD to the IASD office by March 15, 2009 (IASD-Student Research, 1672 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94703) Mark on any mailed box "OK to leave on left porch." Text submissions must not exceed 6,000 words.

Participants should submit text in MS Word, and artwork in .jpg, .tif, or .pdf formats. Participants may also electronically submit videos in AVI formats, or music in MIDI or MPS formats.
Submissions must include a copy of your student ID.

Alternatively, you can fax a copy to the IASD Office at 1-209-724-0889, or scan and email an attachment to Send a note or cover letter that this is for the IASD Student Research Award. Participants must specify for which of the two awards they are applying.

Curtiss Hoffman
Student Research Awards Chair


By Shuhei Enomoto

Who is the Dreamer?
“I had a dream” in Japanese is "I saw a dream (Yume)." The word "Yume" means dream. Some Japanese scholars say Yume represents sleeping eye or seeing in sleep. Did ancient Japanese know REM? I don't know. In waking life we say “I have a dream,” while in dreaming, dream has us and its environment surrounds us. We see and experience it in dreaming.

IASD and me and Japan
In 2003, it was my first time to attend the IASD conference, Berkeley, California. I couldn't believe my eyes because hundreds of people around the world were gathering only for DREAMS! I met with great researchers and dream workers and dream lovers. I was encouraged by their great passion and instinctively realized the importance of this organization. To me it looked like Summer of Dream Love. I hope Japanese dreamers are interested in IASD too and will join IASD as I did.

As Regional Representatives, Sheila Asato and I are now planning a translation of IASD introductory web pages, because the wall of language is higher than expected. When Japanese see this translation, they will feel welcomed and be able to see the activities of IASD. In the next step, I will review IASD authors’ books which are translated into Japanese. There are more than 30 books from IASD authors which will appeal to Japanese dreamers.

Of course I believe that a dream can represent itself without language details. Dreams can speak through images such as cartoonist Jesse Reklaw’s drawings. I like his cartoons much!

Dreamwork in Japan
Four weeks ago I participated in a dream workshop, which was led by Robert Bosnak who has been coming to Japan almost every year since 1985. I also have been taking part in a monthly embodied dream work group in Tokyo. In my 7 years experience of his embodied dreamwork method, I feel that working with dreams expands a capacity of staying together with unknown and trains an ability of being in uncertainties. These are very important senses needed to live in this era.

Besides embodied dreamwork group, there are several different kinds of dream groups in Japan. These include Gestalt, Process-work, Focusing and more. Temples for dream incubation existed in ancient Japan and the “dream seller-buyer story” is found easily in old stories of Japan. Like the other countries Japan has been interested in the potential of dreams since ancient times. I hope IASD dream seeds Japanese dreamers.

A few notes from your Membership Chair…

I hope you all enjoy Shuhei Enomoto’s poetic writing and enthusiasm about dreams from his Japanese perspective and location. I join him in saying not only “I hope IASD dream seeds Japanese dreamers,” but add that I hope and already see IASD dream “seeding dreamers” in many countries around the world in a similar way.

Welcome to all our new members who have found us via internet or through other contacts. Please get involved, browse our website for opportunities and come to “Earth Dreaming,” this year’s annual conference in Chicago, IL, USA.

We also extend a special welcome and recognition to our newest Affiliate Member, the School of Metaphysics in Windyville, MO, USA.

Shuhei mentions a planned Japanese translation of our intro pages on the IASD website. I want to add that this project has been long in the pipeline but is proceeding. Soon there will be several languages available as a friendly multilingual gateway to our website for non-English speakers, though English will still be the common language for our website overall, our publications, and for our conferences.

Finally, if you have joined IASD but have not returned your E-Consent form by snail mail, please do so. It is necessary for you to sign this consent form once and it will be kept on file in our office. If you have not signed it you will not be able to vote electronically in IASD elections. If you need help with this or are unsure whether you signed and sent this E-Consent, contact Richard Wilkerson or me for help.

Jody Grundy
Membership Chair


Regional Contact Representatives

To find the list of Regional Contact Reps go to the IASD Website. To become a Regional Contact, or participate in a Regional meet-up contact Jody Grundy, Membership Chair:


New Members: 6
Mr. Dzmitry Kachatkou
Mr. A’lynn Hayward
Dr. Una-Marie O’Leary
Anonymous: 3

New Affiliate Member: 1
School of Metaphysics:
Ms. Laurel Clark, Representative

Renewing Members: 44
Mr. Hussein M. Ali
Dr. Jill C. Morris
Mr. Ferrie Veen
Ms. Marilyn M. Mociun
Mrs. Carol J. Oschmann
Mrs. Maureen Boyd Biro
Ms. Beverly Kedzierski D’Urso
Mrs. Katrina Martin Davenport
Ms. Carol Manning
Mrs Jamie K. & Dr. Doug O. Reudink
Mr. Lloyd W. Pomeroy
Dr. Philip H. King
Dr. Dale Graff
Dr. Crescence Allen
Ms. Marilyn E. Fowler
Ms. Cynthia Edson
Mr. Gunnar Sundstrom
Dr. Sven Doehner
Ms. Nancy F. Warfield
Andree Kingsbury & Rosemary Gosselin
Mrs. Manon ML Levesque
Mrs. Mary Ellen McMahon
Mrs. Marilyn Brown
Ms. Winnie Piccolo
Ms. Marty & Mr. Cal L. Gegner
Ms. Tallulah Lyons
Mr. Gary L. Goodwin
Ms. Katharine P. Hall
Ms. Margaret G. Raymond
Dr. Ann Marie L. Johnson
Ms. Sylvia Green-Guenette
Dr. Kelly Bulkeley
Dr. Alan Siegel
Dr. Jane White-Lewis
Mr. Christian J. Hallman
Rev. Geoff Nelson
Ms. Jeanne Van Bronkhorst
Ms. Genie Shenk
Ms. Karen Bartnicki
Mrs. Anita Leuthold
Dr. Richard Schweikert
Ms. Zhuangzuang Joanna Xi
Ms. Sheila Asato
Anonymous: 1


IASD members will present “Exploring Dreams Through Dreamwork:  A Day-Long Journey Discovering the World of Dreams,” Saturday, April 18, 2009, 9:00A.M. to 5:30 P.M., Infinity Foundation, 1282 Old Skokie Road, Highland Park, IL.
Sheila McNellis Asato, M.A. will offer an experiential workshop titled, “Healing Collage – A Visual Approach to Dreamwork.”  Bob Hoss, M.S., will present “Image Activation Dreamwork.”  Jacquie Lewis, Ph.D. will discuss dream basics with “Dreams 101.”  Wendy Pannier will offer an experiential workshop, “Appreciating Dreams: The Montague Ullman Group Approach.”  And Robert Waggoner will discuss “Lucid Dreaming as a Gateway to Inner Awareness.”
The conference fee is $75 until April 8, 2009, $85 thereafter.  To register please visit the Infinity Foundation website at:  

For registration questions contact Infinity at  

For conference questions email the regional host, Jacquie Lewis at


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