Thanks to all who participated in the 2005 PDC. The presentations and board are now closed.  



Announcing IASD'S 2005 PSIBERDREAMING CONFERENCE: For two weeks, from September 18 - October 2, 2005, participants worldwide will again enjoy online presentations on paranormal dreaming, psi-contests, chats, and discussions with celebrated psi-dreaming experts at a bargain price. Previous conferences have brought in rave reviews - even if you missed the first three, make sure you attend the fourth!

PsiberDreaming Conference
The International Association for the Study of Dreams
September 18  - October 2, 2005
Virtual Conference - Online

2003 ASD PsiberDreaming Conference -  [Conference Poster by Shawn O'Neall ]

 Thanks to all who participated in the 2005 PDC. The presentations and board are now closed.  


Join some of the world’s foremost experts on the subject of Psi dreaming for two weeks of cutting-edge papers, discussions, workshops, and chats. If you've ever had a precognitive dream, a lucid dream, or simply an 'unusual dream’ that never quite made sense, this is the place for you.

"Bravo!", "Incredible!", "a wonderful experience," "amazing!", "topnotch", "I am really thrilled," "great conference," "please, please do this frequently," "I don't know how many accolades I can give you, too many to count, I believe. The conference was simply great!! Good presenters, topics, participants, and great energy."

Even if you missed the first three, make sure you attend the fourth!


PDC2005 Presenters:

Chris Robinson, scientifically validated precognitive dreamer who has worked with Scotland Yard and British Intelligence, co author of the book The Dream Detective; Alan Siegel, Ph.D., author of Dream Wisdom: uncovering Life's Answers in Your Dreams; Dale Graff, author of River Dreams: The Case of the Missing General and Other Adventures in Psychic Research Robert Waggoner, co-editor of The Lucid Dream Exchange; Jayne Gackenbach, Ph.D., author of Control Your Dreams; Beverly (Kedzierski Heart) D'Urso, Ph.D., an internationally known lucid dreamer, known for her role in Stephen LaBerge's groundbreaking studies at Stanford; Mena Potts, Ph.D., dream psychologist and psi researcher and Dominic J. Potts, Esq., J.D., author of The Mystique of the Legal Lexicon; David Jenkins, Ph.D.  author of Dream RePlay: How To Transform Your Dream Life; Cynthia Pearson, author of The Practical Psychic, Curtiss Hoffman, Ph.D., archaeologist and author of The Seven Story Tower: A Mythic Journey through Space and Time; Gloria Sturzenacker, developer of the Inner Guide Mapping symbol system; Linda Lane Magallón, M.B.A., author of Mutual Dreaming: When Two or More People Share the Same Dream; Rita Dwyer, IASD PsiDreams E-group Host, a founder and facilitator of the Metro D.C. Dream Community; Bob Hoss, M.S., author of The Language of Dreams; Lucy Gillis,  co-editor of The Lucid Dream Exchange; Craig Webb, co-founder and Executive Director of the non-profit Dreams FoundationBitsy Broughton, M.A. in Human Consciousness Studies from John F. Kennedy University, Clare Johnson, Ph.D. researcher with the University of Leeds investigating the link between lucid dreaming and creativity; Richard Wilkerson, Editor-in-Chief of Electric Dreams; and Ed Kellogg, Ph.D., host of IASD's 'Paranormal Phenomena' forum, and of the 2002 - 2005 PsiberDreaming Conferences.
 This Year's Presentations:
"Video Game Play, Dreams and Consciousness Development." / Gackenbach
"The Art of Dream Healing" / D'Urso
"Dreams Near Death." / Siegel
"Dream Precognition: Possible Ways to Improve and Control It." / Robinson
"Calling the Animal Guides: Crossing the Boundaries." / Broughton
"Parallel Universes /Probable Selves." / Gillis
"Primitive Rock Art and the Formative Dynamics of Psi Dreaming." / Graff
"Redreaming our Global Self: An Identity Upgrade to "I" version 2.0" / Webb
"Oneiric Cartography: Mapping the Dream-body" / Jenkins
"Does Scientific Honesty Still Require Skepticism About Psi?" / Sturzenacker
"Lucid Dream your way to Creativity." / Johnson
"Dreams, Whitehead and Psi: Using Microcosmic Event Awareness." / Wilkerson
"Psi Dreams-The Agony and the Ecstasy." / Potts
"Interactive Dreaming and Ethics." / Magallón
"Mercury Retrograde and its Effects on Dreaming." / Hoffman
"Using Lucid Dreams to Seek Future Information." / Waggoner
"Dream Language - Path to Personal Transformation." / Hoss 
"Enter the Matrix: Exploring the Source Code of Dreams." / Kellogg


Mutual Dreaming Contest (Facilitator Ed Kellogg)
Precognitive Dreaming Contest (Facilitators Cynnie Pearson & Beverly D'Urso)
Dream Telepathy Contest (Facilitator Rita Dwyer)



1. Online Presentations, including provocative papers and workshops on popular and cutting edge topics, such as: remote viewing, precognition, dream telepathy, mutual dreaming, psychopompic dreams, lucid dreaming, visionary dreaming, prodromal dreams, dream healing, the nature of dream reality, and dreaming as a spiritual practice. Workshops will provide resource lists for those who wish to explore topics in greater depth, and practical instructions for techniques or experiments detailed enough so that conference participants can try them out at home.

2. Dedicated PsiberDreaming Discussion Boards where participants can discuss each paper and workshop in depth with authors and other participants, and can post specific questions, etc. Links to relevant threads would appear conveniently at the end of each posted presentation, updated daily to show new threads of interest.

3. Scheduled Chats each week of the conference with presenters and/or other experts on cutting edge topics.

4. Numerous PsiberDreaming Events where participants can test their skills and explore different facets of paranormal dreaming, including dream telepathy and remote viewing, precognition, and mutual dreaming. Judges will evaluate how well dreamers tune into the designated targets, or how well dreamers perform a specific dream task. And IASD will provide prizes to the winners!

5. A PsiberDreaming Gallery of Dreams and Art. One section of this gallery will feature the "best of the best", graphic images of dream art selected from the submissions to past IASD conferences, formatted into a sequential point and click cyber tour. A second section of the gallery will provide a place where participants can display their own dream art (with accompanying dream text or dream poetry), sharing them with other participants.


Event Dates and Costs:
The PsiberDreaming Conference opens Sunday, September 18, 2005 through Sunday, October 2, 2005. The conference then becomes a read only archive for an additional two weeks for participants (through October 16th, 2005.)

Online Participation Costs for both weeks (no one week rate):

  • General Public $41! (US Dollars)

  • IASD Members $36!

  • Students with valid ID $26! (no additional IASD discount)

Note: we've deliberately set the price of attending this conference low to open this conference to interested participants worldwide. Please take advantage!

Considering joining IASD? Join IASD as a new member anytime from August 1st through October 2nd and you can attend IASD's third PsiberDreaming Conference for free!





Program Host: Ed Kellogg, Ph.D.  E-mail:  

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