Renew/Become a Member                                                                            Volume 8, No. 5

JUNE 2010

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IASD Office

Dream-News Editor


International – California – New Mexico – North Carolina – Texas - Vermont


This month there's something new from IASD online!

Four stunning videos, created by Tamara Gurbis of Phenomenal Films will open the IASD YouTube Channel . Click on the link to find YouTube videos of IASD greats Patricia Garfield, Stephen LaBerge, Robert J. Hoss, and Mark Blagrove speaking on dreams, consciousness, and IASD itself. Thanks to Tamara and to IASD webmaster Richard Wilkerson for bringing us this exciting new IASD feature.

Although there are several videos currently available on the IASD YouTube Channel, we will be "branding the channel" over the next few months: customizing the background; adding video content; and possibly adding a Google Moderator, which solicits ideas and questions on any topic from viewers and the channel's community.

For the purpose of testing out the popularity of this new channel--which will offer only top-quality information on video about dreams--we request that when you visit the IASD YouTube Channel, you take a moment to subscribe to the channel by clicking on the Subscribe link. And we also request that you SHARE IASD's YouTube Channel with your friends.

Together we can promote dream education in the true spirit of IASD.


Do you have a dream website, blog, social networking page, or simply love to twitter? If you promote IASD please let us know by emailing:

Sandy Ginsberg publishes a dream newsletter and always includes information about, and a link to, IASD events. Check it out:  Way cool Sandy!


Some Questions You Might Ask After Mary Oliver
By Tzivia Gover

What if this is the dream
and real life happens when you’re asleep?
Why do I remember so many dreams each night
but I can’t remember where I left my keys?
Why don’t I have dreams in which I meet Salome
and find ancient skulls in crypt-like depths, as Jung did?
Instead I dream of searching — night after night –
for a bathroom stall with a clean seat.
Why do people always ask if I dream in color?
And what do dolphins dream about?
What if Freud was right?
How many other people’s dreams have I appeared in?
And what was I wearing?
When you reach Nirvana, do you still dream?
And why is it called a nightmare
and not a nightstallion — or steed?
What if the dream needs
the dreamer the way God need our prayers?
And did you have a good night’s sleep?
Tell me, what did you dream?

Christa Lancaster and Marc Bregman of North of Eden will be offering a workshop to present Archetypal Dreamwork at the annual IASD conference, June 27 – July 1, 2010, Asheville, NC. If you would like to be a subject of the String Therapy they will be doing at their workshop, in which you will have your dreams enacted and explored, they are looking for possible volunteers. For more information, please contact Susan Marie Scavo or Bill St.Cyr at 802.229.4785 or


Over the past year, we have provided a great deal of trivia about North Carolina. In this final installment, we want to introduce you to some of the famous Asheville residents, past and present. When you attend the conference this year, you will be walking hallowed ground of distinguished and prominent personalities.
* Harry Anderson (1952- ), actor and magician, currently residing in Asheville
* Hobey Ford, puppeteer, based near Asheville
* Charles Frazier (1950- ), author, born in Asheville and graduated from UNC-A.
* F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940), author
* Zelda Fitzgerald (1900-1948), wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald, died in a fire in an Asheville mental institution
* Roberta Flack (1937- ), singer, born in Asheville
* Eileen Fulton (1933- ), actress, born in Asheville
* Warren Haynes (1960- ), musician, spent his formative years in Asheville
* Brad Johnson (1968- ), NFL QB, Superbowl Winner.
* Stephen Leicht (1987- ), NASCAR driver, born in Asheville
* Andie MacDowell (1958- ), actress, currently residing in Biltmore Forest
* Robert Moog (1934-2005), pioneer of electronic music, inventor of the Moog synthesizer
* Robert Morgan (1918-2004), pilot of the "Memphis Belle," the famed WWII B-17 bomber
* Shirley Hemphill (1947-1999), actress, born in Asheville
* Robert Pressley (1959- ), retired NASCAR driver, born in Asheville
* Artimus Pyle (1948- ), musician, currently resides in Asheville
* Angela Shelton (1972- ), actress and producer
* with George Washington Vanderbilt II (1862-1914), entrepreneur, original founder of the Biltmore Estate
* Charles Vernon, musician, an Asheville native
* Roy Williams, University of North Carolina basketball coach, grew up in Biltmore Forest
* Thomas Wolfe (1900-1938), author, born and raised in Asheville


IASD members, Curt Hoffman and Jacquie Lewis are now accepting chapter proposals for a book on dreams and education. The working title is Weaving Dreams into the Classroom: Dreaming in Education. The emphasis of the book will be to encourage educators, at all levels, to integrate dreams and dreamwork into their coursework.

They encourage dream educators, from elementary through college, to submit a chapter abstract on how dreams are integrated into their course(s). Dream studies chapters from practically any academic field will be considered.

Please submit a chapter abstract and a brief bio by July 15, 2010 to Curt Hoffman at Please also distribute this call for chapters to other dream educators who may be interested. Once a book outline is established a publisher will be pursued. For questions please contact Curt.


This year IASD will try out something that has not been done before, and that is the publication of Research Track abstracts in the International Journal of Dream Research, Supplemental Issue. Research Track abstracts include Regular talks, Symposia talks, Hot-off-the-Press talks, and Poster presentations. Presenters in other tracks: In the future, we plan to publish all IASD conference abstracts, but this year due to time constraints we had to settle for research track abstracts. Thus, the following instructions apply only to Research Track presenters.

The publication will take place AFTER the North Carolina conference, for the following reasons: As we were still working with the publication idea and practical aspects at the time of abstract submission, many of you might want to revise your abstract before publication, or even decline the opportunity to publish. Also, the journal would like to see abstracts between 250-500 words, so if your abstract does not fit into these limits, you have time to modify it. In addition, we want to remind you to be aware that your abstract should not contain details that might conflict with your plans to publish an original article elsewhere as some Journals are restrictive.

What do you need to do now?
1. Check your abstract, and modify it according to the above instructions (word count max 500 words; and check for details)

2. If your abstract is publishable as such, and needs no modification, inform Katja Valli:  and she will forward your abstract to the editors of IJoDR

3. If your abstract does require modification, make the changes and send the new abstract to Katja:  and she will forward your modified abstract to the editors of IJoDR

4. If you do not want your abstract to be published, inform Katja:  and she will not forward your abstract to the editors of IJoDR

The absolute DEADLINE for sending in your decision to publish, and/or your modified abstract is 16th of JULY. After that, the abstract will not get published!

On behalf of the publication team,
Katja Valli

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Vote for IASD Board Members Now

This year, the Nominating Committee considered more than sixty talented and capable IASD members to help lead IASD for the next three years. Many factors are considered by the Nominating Committee to select individuals who add value, insight and expertise to IASD's mission and development.

The IASD Board approved the slate of prospective Board candidates at its March 2010 meeting, suggested by the Nominating Committee. From a field of seven candidates, five will be selected by vote of the IASD membership to serve a three year term.

Additionally, the Nominating Committee has considered the open vacancies in the Officer positions of IASD. After deliberations and consultations, the Nominating Committee recommends to the Board, the following slate of Officers for 2009-2010: Secretary, Kate Adams; Treasurer, Bob Hoss; Vice President, Robert Gongloff; President, Jody Grundy and Board Chair, Robert Waggoner.

Jody Grundy, Vice-President and Chair, Nominations Committee

Vote Electronically
IASD members who have signed an official Electronic Voting Consent Form (required by our Bylaws to vote online) may learn about the candidates and vote for their preferred five electronically by clicking the vote button to the right.

If you have not signed an E-Consent form you may download the form at: Print and complete the form and mail it to IASD Central Office at 1672 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94703. Sorry, no faxes or email attachments. We need your original signature just once to keep on file.

or Vote by Postal Mail
For those who have not signed and established an Electronic Voting Consent Form, please remove the ballot in the current issue of DreamTime magazine, mark your vote for five of the seven candidates, and mail the ballot to the Central Office at 1672 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94703.

Alternatively, For those who have not filled out the E-consent form and have concerns about getting the ballot in DreamTime in a timely manner, go the form:  and print off a ballot. Then simply mark your vote on that ballot and mail it to IASD, 1672 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94703

Deadline: All ballots must be submitted and received in Central Office by June 20, 2010 at the latest whether sent by electronic vote or postal mail.

The 2010 Board candidates are as follows:

I have been a member of IASD for over 10 years. I attended my first IASD conference in 2000 in Washington DC. Since then I have attended conferences in Berkeley, Montreal and Chicago, and presented at both Montreal and Chicago. I took up the role of IASD Regional Representative for Australia in 2006.

My association with IASD has been personally and professionally enriching. I have found the increasing capacity of IASD to function as an international hub for exchange of information, knowledge, research and education to be exciting. If chosen to be on the Board, my focus would be on expanding opportunities for regional contact. I am also interested in training and standards of certification for dreamwork.

My own background as academic, researcher and counselor is multi-layered, as is IASD. I have served at senior management level in a national academic research centre, as well as fulfilled a leadership role for several not-for-profit community groups. In my current work as educator, researcher, writer, I am passionate about exploring creative processes through dreams, stories, myths and imagery.
I am a dream educator living in California, and author of "Sleep Paralysis: A Dreamer's Guide." I also am the founder and editor of, a consciousness studies portal. My research interests can be found in a heap at the intersection of anthropology, ecology, and spirituality. I have a MA in Consciousness Studies from John F. Kennedy University (2008), and a BA in Anthropology (1998).

I've been a member of the IASD since 2004. Since then, I've attended every annual conference, and presented at most as well. For the last two years I have served as the Cultural Track Chair for the Conference Committee. I'm excited for the chance to serve the IASD.

If elected, I can employ my knowledge of Internet marketing and technology trends to help with expanding our reach globally. Mostly I intend to listen to our members, who have a complex array of needs and hopes for the IASD's future.
I have been working for 21 years as an assistant professor in the field of Psychology of Religion. In 2008 I quit my job in order to become a student at the Haden Institute (North Carolina, US) for their course in Jungian Psychology called Dream Leadership Training. I recently got my certificate there. It is my next aim to develop programs for dream groups with some target groups, maybe Spiritual Directors, married (or long term) couples, and/or chronically ill people.

I became a member of IASD in fall 2006. As an active member of the Dutch Association for the Study of Dreams (VSD) I can contribute to IASD's worldwide mission in several ways. At this moment I am the Chair of the Editorial Board of the Dutch quarterly Dream Journal and also I was elected, in November 2009, as the President of VSD. In the current Board of the VSD we highly value the importance of IASD for all our Dream Work in the Netherlands. We strive to make the relationship between the two organizations as vital and fruitful as possible. Recently the IASD ethics statement was translated, which we will offer to our members and after their agreement will be put on our website. Also members of the Board (myself included), are hosting the 2011 IASD-conference in our country. I hope to keep on learning more about IASD in order to perform my duties as a Board member well and to assist IASD's mission.

I am an assistant professor in psychiatry, researcher and clinician at the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences of the United Arab Emirates University. So far, I had 4 research projects on dreams and 2 review articles. In teaching, I was able to introduce topics on dreams in the undergraduate curriculum of psychiatry in our school of Medicine, and I am trying to promote it in the area. My other interests include CBT, philosophical and cultural aspects of psychiatry

I joined IASD in 2007 and currently I am the Middle East Regional Representative. I prepared the Arabic version of the Multilingual International Gateway of IASD, and I contribute to the Annual Meetings regularly. In 2008 I had a poster presentation and in 2009 I had an oral presentation for the hot off the press section. This year I am presenting my 3rd research project. I have been conducting regular regional workshops on the various aspects of dreams over the last 3 years, covering Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Dubai, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain. I was able to recruit some new membership from the area and from outside. I am looking for extensive collaboration between IASD and across the main academic Centers of the Middle East.
When I was 19, I had my first of many lucid "high" dreams. In 1974, I did my master's thesis on lucid dreaming, and in 1983 I completed a doctoral dissertation at William and Mary on using dream reliving as a lucid dream induction strategy. In between, I wrote Lucid Dreaming: Dawning of the Clear Light (A.R.E., 1976), which explores the spiritual dimensions of lucid dreaming. After becoming licensed in 1982, I began to develop the Five Star Method. I have just coauthored a paper on this method (J. of Creativity in Mental Health, in press). As a professor, I incorporate dream work training into all of my graduate counseling courses. I have recently founded DreamStar Institute, which offers certification in dream analysis, and I am currently exploring dream reliving and middle-of-the-night meditation as a treatment for distressing nightmares.

I became a member of IASD in 2006 in time to attend my first annual symposium. Since then, I have presented seven workshops/presentations at IASD annual conferences, and one paper at the 2009 IASD PsiberDreaming Conference.

I am deeply interested in the mission and continuing work of the IASD. I believe it is the only organization truly devoted to a multidisciplinary study of dreams. Consequently, IASD offers its members an array of cross-fertilizing influences, the sum total of which conveys a sense of true community to those who are willing to acknowledge that dreams are much bigger than any theory or method.

I joined IASD in 2004 that coincided with the year I entered the doctoral program in clinical psychology at the New School for Social Research in New York. My first conference was in Copenhagen where I came to appreciate this open, warm, and welcoming community.

Since then, I presented at international conferences and regional conferences. The themes I presented include dreaming in Japan, dance/movement and dreams, and pregnancy dreams. Currently I work as a counselor and a dance teacher in Tokyo.

At IASD I am involved in Global Advisory Committee, Educational Committee, and Research Committee and am a reviewer of Cultural/Anthropological Track of the Asheville 2010 conference. My recent focus is to establish a local dreamers' community n Japan. I would like to contribute to international promotion of IASD.

I started to conduct dream research in the late 90's, I'm currently working as a post-doctoral researcher investigating the neural correlates of dream consciousness. My main research interests are the biological function of sleep and dreaming, alterations of dream consciousness in different sleep disorders, and dream content in general, and have published several internationally peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on these topics. I also review papers for for several international journals, such as Dreaming and Consciousness and Cognition, and I'm a consulting editor for the International Journal of Dream Research.

I attended my first IASD conference in 2000 as a presenter, and became a member a few years later. Since then, I have attended almost every annual international conference, and a couple of regionals. Due to my experience in research, I have been a member of the Research Grant Committee for the past three years. For the last three years, I have also served as a Board member.

In developing IASD functions, my largest interests lie in drawing scientists and researchers to IASD, and in building a bridge between research and other approaches to dreaming. Thus far, the steps taken towards reaching these goals include reviving the IASD Research Committee, and serving as a Chair of the committee. If I am re-elected, I will continue these activities, and learn more about how things work in IASD in order to perform my duties as a Board member as well as possible.


Final preparations are being made for the 27th annual IASD conference in Asheville, North Carolina, June 27 through July 1.

Here are some facts and figures to help you in your planning.
Online registration. If you haven't already registered, USPS mail registration ends next Thursday, June 10. You may still register online or on-site after you arrive, but registering online insures you will have no waiting or delays on the first day.
Lunches. If you have registered, but did not sign up for the lunch buffet package, we encourage you to do so. You can even sign up for lunches online after the June 10th registration deadline. The resort has a strict rule that food and beverage(s) purchased outside the resort cannot be brought into meeting rooms or dining facilities. You will be provided with a list of the many local restaurants in the area and in downtown Asheville, but we hope you will stay and dine with the rest of us - at least at lunchtime. Also, you may want to attend one of the special lunch meetings:

o the meeting with the research community on Monday
o planning for the 2011 conference on Tuesday
o the regional representatives working lunch on Wednesday
o the opportunity to meet with your regional representatives on Thursday.

Beer Lovers. This breaking news is just in. Asheville has been designated the Beer Capital of the nation, based on a national independent survey. During the week-long Beer City voting, Asheville was constantly leading, although cross-country rival Portland, Ore., almost pulled even over the weekend. When the voting ended Sunday evening, May 23, Asheville had 38.8 percent of the vote and Portland had 34.5 percent. Other major cities were also on the poll, with San Diego earning a meager 4.5 percent of the vote and Philadelphia registering only 3.2 percent. Asheville has dozens of excellent local breweries, so you might want to visit one or two while you are here. Here's a website to get you started:

Chamber of Commerce table. The city of Asheville plans to welcome you in true mountain style by providing a table in the exhibit area with goodies like lots of city information and coupons for local businesses.

Map. In anticipation that some people find their way better with a map than with words, Robert Gongloff and Laura Atkinson have put together a simple map of the immediate area around the Crowne Plaza. If maps help you, you can take a look and download one with the full directions to the 2010 conference venue site. Print a copy and bring it along:

We wish everyone a safe and relaxing trip. See you in a few weeks!



Please let us know about your fifteen minutes of fame. Contact the Dream News at

Ioan Dirina has written a spiritual book about his prophetic dreams. Please visit  and enjoy a free reading of it!

Patricia Garfield, Ph.D. is pleased to announce that two of her "dream poems" have been selected in a blind competition for publication in the forthcoming annual MARIN POETRY ANTHOLOGY.

Carla Young and the Daily Dreamer got a nice write-up in the San Francisco Examiner. The article also links to the IASD. Carla Young in SF Examiner

Centre Pompidou is open and includes an exhibition on art and dreams.
gave a presentation on Universal Dream Themes to an overflow crowd at the Belvedere-Tiburon Library in Tiburon, CA, on April 29th. The attendees and standees ranged in age from teens to retirees.



New Members: 18

Dr. Joseph Clemons
Mrs. Christy Clonts
Heidi Darr-Hope
Mr. Yosef Dotan
Ms. Mary Ellen Doty
Dr. Steve Garman
Ms. Nancy Hutton
Mrs. Monique Lebel
Dr. A. Ma’ruf
Melissa Meder
Jennifer Moore
Ms. Diane Neese
Rachelle Oppenhuizen
Ms. Sandy Prins
Helene Shulkin
Mr. Peter Van Every
Ms. Peggy Ellis
Anonymous: 1

Renewing Members: 27

Curtiss & Tobi Hoffman
Douglas & Jamie Reudink
Bruce and Teresa Saunders
Ms. Cynthia Devlin
Marilyn Fowler
Gail Friend
Gary Goodwin
Louis Hagood
Prof. Merrill Hawkins
Elizabeth Herron
Dora Ives
Gerhard Kloesch
Dr. Roger Knudson
Dr. Dawn Matheny
Prof. Kathryn Poethig
Mrs. Virginia Quinn
Denise Rodgers
Mr. Brian Kraichely
Mark Blagrove, Ph.D.
Ms. Jodine Grundy
Ms. Wendy Pennier
Bernard Welt
Ms. Tzivia Gover
Mrs. Christine Lassota

The annual IASD conference is almost upon us. I look forward to seeing many of you in beautiful Asheville. As your new membership chair, I welcome your feedback. Please don’t assume I know everything! I have a lot to learn from you.

Please contact me or Jeff Vovillia at any time with membership questions or concerns. We always welcome new volunteers.

Scott Sparrow, Membership Chair:

Jeff Vovillia, Membership Assistant:


Spotlight on Spain and Portugal
By Jordi Borràs García, Spain and Portugal Regional Representative

Besides my job as a psychologist, where I explore dreams as my favourite therapeutic tool, I organize weekend dream workshops regularly in which I explain the basics of working with dreams. I'm also leading some dream circles, where some of the people who have previously attended a dream workshop get together in order to share their dreams and do some group therapy.

I'm sharing the importance of dreams by giving conferences in different places, such as schools and hospitals. I am also interviewed regularly on several TV and radio programs. For example, I was interviewed recently on a TV program for Spanish television in which they introduced me as IASD’s regional representative. The interview can be viewed online at

I've heard or read about some people in Spain who are working with dreams therapeutically--and know some of them personally--and I'd like them to know about IASD, so I'm thinking of promoting a regional meeting just to get to know each other. The trouble is that my newborn baby, lovely Júnia, is taking much of my time, and I can't see how I might organize it. I'm thinking about talking to another member of the IASD in Barcelona, Juna Albert, to see if we can manage it together.

Wow, Jordi, you are sure are doing a lot as the father of a newborn! Congratulations on the birth of Júnia!

Regional Conference Scheduled for Northwest Region

Location:  Marylhurst University (near Portland Oregon)
Date/time:  Saturday September 18, 2010, 10 am to 4 pm.
Theme: "Dreams and Destiny: Rediscovering Your Life Purpose"
Peggy Coats––“Dream Mapping”
Gillian Holloway––“Threads of Destiny Exercise”
Meredith Lugiai––“Shamanism and Dreamwork”

Come participate in lots of hands-on dream work and exciting techniques in a beautiful venue! For information contact Gillian at 360-882-3684 or email her at

Updated Schedule Changes for Regional Activities at the 2010 Conference in NC

We announced in previous columns that we have scheduled some networking activities at the NC conference: 1) a lunch for regional reps who attend the conference, and 2) A general membership lunch for all conference attendees to meet at regional tables and connect with others from their geographic area. Our “at large” reps will meet with those who don’t have a rep or are in a region without other IASD members.

Please note that the times for these meetings have changed: The regional reps working lunch is now Wednesday, May 30th from 12:30 to 2:00 pm. The General Regional Lunch with the whole membership will be held Thursday 1:00-2:30 pm.

If you do not have a regional rep for your area, consider becoming one! 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 Scott Sparrow, Membership Chair:

Take a look at our exciting membership map where you will see additional info on events and other aspects of IASD posted in coming months. Here is the web address and the KEY:
Small blue pin = Member
Large yellow pin = Regional Contact
hover over yellow pin, tells you short info about that regional contact
click on a yellow pin, get regional contact name(s) and email address
Green large pin = IASD sponsored events

IASD PsiberDreaming Conference 2010

“The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of”
ONLINE September 26-October 10, 2010

Join Host Jean Campbell and the PsiberCore Team for two weeks of cutting-edge presentations, workshops and discussion from some of the top experts in the field. This year's conference will focus on the mystery of how dreams are created.

Enjoy the PsiberDreaming Gallery of dream art, dream experiments, and nonstop discussion with participants from around the globe

Call for Proposals Deadline: August 1, 2010
Submission of Accepted Papers Deadline: September 1, 2010

There are only 24 spots for PDC presentations during the conference. Proposals must be submitted by deadline for consideration. Presentation title plus a brief abstract can be e-mailed to Jean Campbell at


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The deadline for the IASD Dream-News is the first of each month. Submissions by IASD members should be e-mailed to the IASD Dream-News editor.

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The editor reserves the right to shorten and/or edit articles for clarity and to fit space restrictions.  Articles over 200 words may be heavily edited.  IASD reserves the right to accept or reject any article.

IASD members who would like to inform other members of their presentations, lectures, or workshops should submit their names, the titles of the events, the dates, and locations. Please also include either an e-mail address, website, or phone number so that IASD members can contact you for additional information. Submission of book tour dates and lecture series are limited to the following: individual, contact information, dates, cities, states, or countries.

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