Links for information on dreamwork and related topics:

Seedwork offers a downloadable Dream Group/Journey Group Resource Packet either as PDF or Word files. (Scroll down to the 4th entry.)

Haden Institute: offers Spiritual Direction and Dream Leader Training in the Jungian, Christian, and mystical tradition and also hosts the Kanuga Dreamwork Summer Conferences every year in June. A couple of useful PDFs are available under the heading Dream Workshop Series Guidelines.

Jeremy Taylor: an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister who has worked with dreams for over thirty years; he blends the values of spirituality with an active social conscience and a Jungian perspective. He is the author of Dream Work, Where People Fly And Water Runs Uphill, The Living Labyrinth, and The Wisdom of Your Dreams: Using Dreams to Tap Into Your Unconscious and Transform Your Life.

Dream Groups

Fayetteville: The Sunday Dream Group meets at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Sunday afternoons from 2–3:30 in the library. All are welcome to attend.

Fayetteville: Gary Hartman, a senior Jungian analyst from Kansas City, holds a Dream/Fairy Tale group on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month in Fayetteville from 6–8pm. The group alternates between working dreams and working a fairytale. For more information and for location, call Gary Hartman at 913-432-8788—please leave a message and make sure to include your area code.


Seedwork/Kanuga Dreamwork Summer Conferences

Seedwork has done a great service by providing podcasts of 2008–2010 lectures given at this preeminent summer dream conference. Some of the faculty include: Bob Haden, Susan Sims Smith, Joyce Rockwood Hudson, Jeremy Taylor, Robert Hoss, Larry Maze, and Gary Sparks. For either downloading podcasts through iTunes or listening online, you can access all the available lectures here.


Robert Moss writes for the blog DreamGates on BeliefNet. Robert Moss is the pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dreamwork and his books include Conscious Dreaming, Dreamways of the Iroquois, The Three “Only” Things: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence and Imagination and The Secret History of Dreaming.

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The NWA Friends of Jung meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month in the library at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

The Sunday Dream Group meets the 1st and 3rd Sundays from 2–3:30 in the library at St. Paul’s.

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