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VOLUME 10 / ISSUE 1
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Happy New Year!
Dr. Curtiss Hoffman has published an article entitled “The
Gilgamesh Cantata” in the Winter 2012 issue of Dream Network Journal.
This outlines his numerous encounters with musical selections in dreams,
leading to the writing of a cantata based upon a text from C. G. Jung’s Red
Book. A version of one of the movements from the cantata, without sung
words, is available in the on-line version of the journal.
NEW BOOK TO BE PUBLISHED COMBINING DREAMWORK AND ENERGY PSYCHOLOGY
Lynne and Bob Hoss have just received a contract from the Energy
Psychology Press to publish a clinical handbook on their Dream to Freedom
Technique (DTF). Lynne is a trained clinical psychologist, former counselor
and certified energy health practitioner, and Bob is trained in gestalt
therapy and author of the book Dream Language. About five years ago
they combined their skills to merge dreamwork with energy psychology and
created the structured DTF protocol which can be used for clinical or
personal work. As for the synergy between the two disciplines, the dreamwork
is used to identify a salient unresolved emotional issue that the
subconscious is working on and the energy work (tapping) is used to reduce
the anxiety and emotional stress surrounding the issue. Once the anxiety is
reduced the dream is used to guide closure and progress. The book should be
available in about a year and is initially planned for use in energy
psychology training and certification workshops. A summary of the protocol
can be found at
Craig Sim Webb's new dream-inspired song "Lucid" has been blessed
with air play on 150 radio stations, and is also written up in the winter
issue of Dream Network Journal.
HearDr. Marcia Emery on her radio program The Partnership of Intuition and Dreams Thursdays, at 5pm (PT) or 8pm (ET) on Voice America, 7th Wave Channel. The show will be archived on the website following the program. Go to www.drmarciaemery.com to hear past programs and see the lineup for upcoming shows.
The December Line up is:
This is a sensational newsletter…. Congratulations!
The Dream News staff would like to hear from you too!
DECEMBER NEW MEMBERS: 10
Join us at the annual IASD conference as we go SAILING ON THE
SEA OF DREAMS at the Doubletree Hotel, Berkeley Marina,
Berkeley, California. This 29th Annual IASD Conference will
feature three world-renowned keynote speakers, over 150
presenters from around the globe, plus a chance to network or
relax at our many evening receptions and social events. These
include the dream art exhibition, the costume Dream Ball, the
annual Dream Telepathy Contest, and a sunset sail on the “sea of
dreams,” a special dessert cruise on the San Francisco Bay.
IASD PLEDGE DRIVE 2011 CONTINUES
Thank You for Your Thank You to our Thank Yous!
Spotlight on Canada
Dreams are important! In my opinion, dreams––and our attempts to
understand them–– weave themselves through our psychological,
social and even our spiritual lives. On a personal front, I have
been keeping dream journals for the past 25 years – they have
often ‘guided’ me in my waking life. For example, I left my home
in Australia to move to Canada based partly on a dream. The
dream centered on me travelling across the ocean to live a ‘life
of constant motion.’ I spent the next eight years based in
Canada, while collaborating with NGOs from Central and South
America, Western/Eastern Europe and the Pacific Rim. This work
often centered upon community-based projects, the end result
being that I ended up working and living in 35 different
countries in a relatively short period of time. It seems that my
life, at least at that time, was in constant motion.
Please feel free to contact Jennifer Parker at any time with
membership questions or concerns. I always welcome new
volunteers. You are the future leaders of IASD and we want your
energy, help and visions.
Jennifer Parker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check the IASD website for up-to-date names and contact information for the regional representative in your area. The Regional Representative webpage is divided into regions, making your search more user-friendly. 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 Jennifer Parker, email@example.com
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THERE IS STILL TIME TO DREAM: AUSTRALIA REGIONAL
The first Australian regional International Association for the Study of Dreams conference is taking inspiration from the theme of Sydney's New Year celebrations, “Time to Dream.” We are extending the closing date for submission of proposals until 31 January 2012. The summer skies are bright in the Southern Hemisphere, and people are taking time during the holidays for renewal and are preparing for the new year’s work. Join us in Sydney during the autumn season for the Dreams and Imagination: Healing Pathways conference, April 19-22nd. To find out more visit http://www.dreamnetworkaustralia.com.au/
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