Children, especially when very young, are the masters of dreaming and imagination. At four, [my daughter] Sophie was talking to me about the difference between “wake dreams” and sleep dreams. In a sleep dream, “you don’t know you’re dreaming.” You … [Read more...] about Among Children: An excerpt from The Boy Who Died and Came Back
It's hard to keep on top of all the excellent dream and consciousness studies books coming out. I routinely -- for better or worse -- read five or six books at a time. I keep them in separate rooms of the house, so I always have something to read … [Read more...] about 6 new dream books for 2012
If you haven’t read a book by Robert Moss yet, you’re in for a treat. His latest title, Active Dreaming: journeying beyond self-limitation to a life of wild freedom, is a welcome distillation of his approach to dreamwork. At once useful, playful and … [Read more...] about Bearing down on Active Dreaming by Robert Moss: A Review
With Halloween on its way, it's high time to take a look at visitation dreams, or dreams we have of the departed. For hundreds of years, early November (conveniently poised between the Fall Equinox and the Winter Solstice) has been celebrated as a … [Read more...] about Visitation dreams: When the Veil between Worlds is Thin
There's less than 2 weeks until the premiere Dreaming event on the web. I'm talking about the 2009 PsiberDreaming conference: a two week online conference that features over two dozen presentations from leaders in the fields of dream research and … [Read more...] about PsiberDreaming Conference Coming up!
Check out the new blog by renown dream worker Robert Moss. I say new, but he's really been at it for six months already. Moss has an approachable style to working with dreams, and he never ceases to inspire me. In fact, his classic book Conscious … [Read more...] about Robert Moss’s Blog & the Archaeology of Gratitude