VOLUME 9 / ISSUE 5
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CONFERENCE NEWS: 28TH ANNUAL IASD CONFERENCE KERKRADE, THE NETHERLANDS, JUNE
MEMBER EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD
AROUND THE WORLD
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BECOME A DRUM DANCE AND DREAM FOR PEACE 2011 SPONSOR
On June 19, and for the week following, drummers all over the world will be drumming and dreaming up a little peace. Drum Dance and Dream for Peace 2011, an activity of the World Dreams Peace Bridge, is a totally volunteer effort. We welcome your global participation.
There are, however, some expenses: travel expenses to give a twelve-year-old Iraqi boy and two siblings a birthday he'll never forget, supplies for the Ceremony for the Future of the World's Children, extra hand drums for passers by, and our own support of the World Children's Festival sponsor, the International Child Art Foundation.
If you would like to have your logo displayed on our web site as one of the sponsors of a Drum Dance and Dream for Peace 2011 event, we ask that you make a donation of $35 (more if you can) to the iMAGE Project (our umbrella nonprofit organization) to help cover expenses. Go to http://tinyurl.com/43n2nr8 for information on becoming a Drum Dance and Dream Sponsor.
NOTICE OF UPCOMING IASD MEMBERHSIP MEETING AT ROLDUC
The IASD Membership Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, June 26th at the Rolduc Conference Center in Kerkrade, Netherlands from 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. All members are strongly encouraged to attend this annual event.
Besides the traditional comments by the outgoing and incoming President of IASD, the newly elected Board members will be introduced. Members can still vote on the seven candidates at www.asdreams.org/vote. The candidates are as follows: Misa Tsuruta, Lauren Schneider, Massimo Schinco, Diane Rickards, Jennifer Parker, Willem Fermont and Laurette Dupuis.
During the meeting, the newly approved officers will be introduced, while outgoing officers and Board members will be thanked for their service. Treasurer, Bob Hoss, will update members on the current state of IASD finances, while Scott Sparrow will provide a Membership Report.
Awards will also be given at the Membership Meeting. Bob Hoss will announce the winners of the Research Grant Awards, while Curt Hoffman will reveal the two Student Award winners.
Finally, members will hear remarks from the gracious hosts of the 2011 Conference. Then information will be provided about the site of the 2012 IASD Conference. Please plan to attend the annual Membership Meeting and learn more about this incredible organization.
MEMBERS IN THE MEDIA AND AROUND TOWN
Patricia Garfield’s first novel: Delfine The Dream Girl is now available in Dutch. Dutch dreamers are invited to read or download for free the first chapter. Other IASD members may enjoy reading the English version of the first chapter online: http://creativedreaming.org/ Follow the adventures of Delfine, a super-heroine coming into her power and learning to harness it. As she falls asleep, Delfine experiences a change that sends her flying through her open bedroom window to land in the midst of some child’s nightmare. There, Delfine helps dreamers solve their terrifying nightmares. Her adventures teach young readers useful methods for coping with their own dark dreams. She visits dreams of sleepers in different countries, cultures, and times. Readers not only absorb effective means to banish nightmares, they also are exposed to creative ways (poetry, song, art) of using their fascinating dream imagery.
A new issue of Ioan Dirina’s book, I have proof of a Higher Power, relates prophetic dreams and offers proof of a higher power. You can read free excerpts at www.thelibertytrust.com.
Wat Heb Jij Gedroomd Vannacht? (literally, What did you dream last night?) is a new book from Dutch dream coach, Nicoline Douwes Isema and journalist,, Cathelijne Esser. Designed to bring readers on an easy and fun, yet scientific, journey through the world of dreams Wat Heb Jij Gedroomd Vannacht? helps skeptics and believers get to the bottom of their dreams through process, not definition.
Communicated in a magazine format, with stunning illustrations from over 30 young Dutch artists, the magazine contains articles as varied as: the neurology of dreams; the latest research on nightmares; dream sharing; business dreaming; and precognitive dreams.
The book introduces the Dutch public to luminaries in the dream research field, with contributions by Jean Campbell, Jayne Gackenbach, Marja Moors, and others. It points readers to the ground breaking research of Deirde Barrett, Clara E. Hill, and Robert Van de Castle, to name a few.
Wat Heb Jij Gedroomd Vannacht? seeks to upgrade the image of dreams. It introduces decades of research to the Dutch public, replacing the age old question: “What does it mean when you dream of a...” with a modern view on dream research. The goal is to make the question 'what did you dream last night' a conversation starter at the water cooler, the kitchen table, or over drinks.
Available May 16th, 2011 throughout the Netherlands.
The authors, Nicoline Douwes Isema and Cathelijne Esser
IASD board member Jacquie Lewis presented “Bringing Dreams Out of the Bedroom and Onto The Couch” at the American Psychological Association Division 32: Society for Humanistic Psychology, “In the World…On the Edge 2011” conference, April 15-17, hosted by The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Participants experienced the Ullman method of dreamwork and, of course, were encouraged to visit the IASD website for further information on dreams, dreaming, and dreamwork.
Early registration is now closed, but registration is still available
at http://asdreams.org/2011/ Please
register as soon as possible for your hotel rooms, either at Rolduc or in
the surrounding hotels. Rooms are booking up fast. See the details on
www.asdreams.org/2011 under the registration site or the Local
Hotels/Restaurants page under the Travel/Venue link. A VSD (Dutch Dream
Organization) discount has been added to the conference registration which
will extend after the 1 April early bird deadline.
We have provided some tools for you to use. You'll find them in the Conference Newsroom at www.asdreams.org/2011
For Online Use
Join us on Facebook. It's easy. Just go to the IASD main page (or the top of this Dream News page) and click the Facebook link. Once there you can share IASD with all of your Facebook friends.
Put a conference logo (in the language of your choice) on your personal web site or blog. A variety of logo files are available in the newsroom.
The e-version of the conference flyer is available in the newsroom to be sent to your e-mail lists. Remember that the e-version of the conference flyer contains a screen shot and hot link to the Rolduc conference video created by Conference Host, Willem Fermont and Tamara Gurbis of Phenomenal Films.
Or you can invite friends to watch the video directly by joining us on the IASD YouTube Channel at www.youtube.com/iasdreams
For Print Distribution
We invite you to download and print the following from the Conference Newsroom.
A one-page flyer promoting IASD’s 28th International Conference is available. This same ad will be reproduced in color in the spring issue of Dream Network Journal and in black in white in the upcoming issue of The Lucid Dream Exchange as well as IASD's Dream Time. Also, refer friends and colleague to ads in the upcoming issues of five European publications: The Psychologist, Kindred Spirit in the UK; De Psycholoog and Paravisie in the Netherlands; and Psychologie Heute in Germany; as well as ads in The APA Monitor and IASD's APA publication Dreaming.
The print version of the conference flyer is also available for download and printing on the Newsroom page of the conference web site. Note that this is a double-sided version which contains the list of conference presenters, so it may need professional printing. Along with being sent to IASD members in an upcoming mailing, this flyer will be available at the upcoming Montreal Regional Conference and also at the Rubin Museum in New York, which is featuring a series of dream-related presentations involving IASD members.
So spread the word about this exciting conference we are planning. And plan to attend yourself.
The annual conference program is handed out to every attendee of the IASD Conference and contains key information on events, schedule of sessions, workshops, and much more. Attendees constantly refer to the program onsite and hold onto it for future reference, generating multiple impressions for advertisers. Not all conference attendees are IASD members, so advertising in the conference program increases your exposure.
Click here for more information and for discounts available to IASD members.
Remember to vote for the five candidates you believe will best serve IASD in the coming years. Selectees (those five with the highest number of votes by the membership) for member-elected director positions will serve a three year term on the Board beginning in June.
If you have signed an electronic consent form, you may learn about the candidates and vote at http://asdreams.org/vote/ . If you have not established an e-consent form, you may download the form at: http://tinyurl.com/e-consent. E-consent forms are valid for all future elections as long as you are a member. Mail-in ballots will also be available in the upcoming issue of DreamTime magazine, or you can go to http://www.asdreams.org/vote/ and print off a ballot right away.
Simply mark your vote on that ballot and mail it to
1672 University Ave
Berkeley, CA 94703.
Here are your choices:
Laurette Dupuis, MA (Quebec, Canada)
Willem Fermont, PhD (Nuth, The Netherlands)
Jennifer D. Parker, PhD (Bristol, United Kingdom)
Diane Rickards, PhD (Western Canada)
Massimo Schinco, PhD (Cervasca, Italy)
Lauren Z. Schneider, M.A. M.F.T. (Westlake Village, California, USA)
Misa Tsuruta, MA (Tokyo, Japan)
Please note: All ballots must be submitted and received in Central Office by June 1, 2011 at the latest whether sent by electronic vote or postal mail.
For those who have not signed and established an Electronic Voting Consent Form, please remove the ballot in the upcoming Spring issue of DreamTime magazine, mark your vote for five of the seven candidates, and mail the ballot to IASD, 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 to: http://tinyurl.com/e-consent and print a ballot. Then simply mark your vote on that ballot and mail it to IASD, 1672 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94703.
Click here to find out about the 2011 Board candidates.
Diane Rickards (Greig) Ph.D., Western Canada IASD Regional
Today, more than two years since we began, and as part of the Canadian Transpersonal Community, we are meeting twice monthly to continue the dreaming, and to collaborate on a book and film. These endeavors will explore the power of shared dreaming, collective mythos, personal transformations via dreaming, and the call to action, that is, bringing the knowledge, wisdom, and synergy of collective dreaming into the greater community.
If you do not have a regional rep for your area, consider volunteering to become one! You could serve an important networking role for IASD. To become a regional rep, contact Scott Sparrow, Membership Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
JOIN IASD'S FACEBOOK PAGE AND VISIT OUR NEW FAN PAGE
Be sure to join our Facebook group page! We have 348 friends and growing!
Please let your Facebook friends know about IASD’s group page, fan page, (with 551 Likes) as well as its website www.asdreams.org You can help us reach a lot of new people by taking a few minutes to post the urls of these three IASD sites on your Facebook page.
By Laurette Dupuis
April 2, Montreal, Quebec, Auberge Hotel Universel, 7:30 AM: ACTION! Registration tables are set up on the mezzanine. Volunteers are busy. Kim Vergil is carrying in her paintings which she sets up at the back of the main hall. Coffee is brewing and the excitement and expectation of a great day ahead is high. Another IASD regional conference - the second for Montreal! Already the organizing committee and the volunteers know that there are 256 registrations, as many as last year.
While in the main hall 45-minute presentations were scheduled throughout the day, the program also offered attendees two other options: in a second hall, pre-registered participants attended either the morning or the afternoon two-hour training sessions for professionals and in a third hall four workshops were scheduled throughout the day: lucid dreaming, dream journaling, working with end of life dreams, problem solving dreams. These workshops and the training sessions were very well attended. The two halls were full throughout the day and many people had to reluctantly be turned away. This format is therefore likely to influence the structure of the program for the 2012 Montreal IASD Regional Conference. Yes! This team is ready for another IASD Regional Conference!
By the end of the day 129 evaluation sheets had been turned in. The consensus confirmed that the workshops and professional training sessions are of great interest to the Montreal dreamers. So perhaps that is something the organizing committee will want to consider for the next Montreal IASD Regional Conference.
Interestingly, 31% of the 256 participants had attended last year’s
Montreal Conference while 69% were newcomers to this year’s Conference.
Interestingly, 31% of the 256 participants had attended last year’s Montreal Conference while 69% were newcomers to this year’s Conference.
DUTCH FOR TRAVELERS
DUTCH FOR TRAVELERS
audible pronunciations of the words, check out Forvo - any word, any language, pronounced.
audible pronunciations of the words, check out Forvo - any word, any language, pronounced.
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