Dream and Sleep Research
Online articles from the premiere Academic journal in contemporary dream research
Online articles from the magazine published by the International Association for the Study of Dreams
One of the oldest authority sites about dreams with tons of articles, advice, and information
International Association for the Study of Dreams
A non-profit and interdisciplinary thinktank on dream research
National Sleep Foundation
Information on sleep disorders and tips for better sleeping patterns
Ultimate List of Dreamy Links
This list was started a decade ago, and regularly updated until late 2007
Organized by educator Carolyn Fay, this site offers a free interdisciplinary course on sleep and dreams. Highly recommended.
Sleep and Dream Researchers on the Web
G. William Domhoff
Specializes in quantitative studies, content analysis, and societal patterns in dream content
Specializes in group dreamwork, personal mythology, and spiritual significance of dreams
An expert in religion, politics, brain-mind science, and near-death dreams
An interfaith minister and host of the weekly internet radio show DreamTalkRadio
Renown for her work in universal dream symbols, as well as women’s and pregnancy dreams.
Specializes in significance of color in dreams, also conducts online interviews with other dream researchers
Brilliant writer, dreamworker and author of The Secret History of Dreaming, Robert Moss focuses on dream interpretation, synchronicity, and the psycho-spiritual dimensions of dreaming.
Robert Moss’s blog on Beliefnet.com, the most popular spirituality site on the web, covers the basics of dreaming and how to tap into the wisdom of the imagination.
This San Francisco Examiner columnist, psychotherapist and dreamworker updates regularly with the latest in the SF Bay Area, the undisputed dream center of the U.S.
Dr. Naiman is a pioneer in holistic sleep and dream medicine, blending contemporary and complementary methods.
Dreaming and Personal Growth Bloggers
A focused look at dream-enhancing substances. “Once a month, people worldwide take the same oneirogen—any substance, practice, or experience that promotes vivid dreams—on the same night, creating an international network of intentional dreamers.”
The Cobalt Sigil
Fearless and always going deeper, the Cobalt Sigil blogs about her dreams and meditation practices and how they integrate with life.
Sleep Talkin’ Man
A blog that faithfully records the sleep-talking of a normally “mild-mannered” British man. Hilarious and true. Example: “”Don’t eat my hand. Gently…. Gently… There’s a good possum. Goooood possum. I don’t know what you are. Hmm.”
Dreaming Life A fascinating mix of “lucid dreaming, entheogens, metaphysics and the conscious experience.” This blog also features occasional panel discussions too as popular dream bloggers are invited to sound off on particular subjects.
Highly recommended blog by an expert in consciousness-shifting technologies, focusing heavily on natural altered states such as lucid dreams and meditation.
The Absent Narrative
A deeply focused blog on mythopoesis, including the narrative elements of dreams, personal mythology, and religion studies.
Healing Power of Dreams
The Healing Power of Dreams pairs ancient wisdom about dreams and healing with contemporary science and mind/body practices. Working with the IASD Cancer Project, they providing dreamwork training and workshops to hospice and health workers to incorporate dreamwork into already established complementary healing programs.
This is hands-down the best dream interpretation site on the web. Good dream dictionary, but more importantly, the staff understands that good dream interpretation goes beyond dictionaries and must involve personal research.