Posts Tagged 'dreamwork'



The Good Son

I highly recommend the suspense novel The Good Son, by Michael Gruber. One of the main characters is a Pakistani-American, Catholic/Muslim woman who is also a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst. How many spies in contemporary fiction do dream analysis for their terrorist captors?

The Dream Doctor

 

Charles McPhee, a nationally syndicated radio host and sleep expert known as the “Dream Doctor” died at age 49 on May 8, 2011.

“McPhee’s top-rated radio program aired in the country’s biggest markets. On the air, he sought to legitimize dream interpretation, a field of study that he said had strayed from its roots in the pioneering work of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. . . . In 1997, McPhee started a Web site and invited people to send him descriptions of their dreams. He collected more than 600,000 dreams from 90 countries and used the data for his interpretations.” —Portland Press Herald

www.dreamdoctor.com  McPhee’s website
New York Times article about McPhee and his diagnosis of ALS

To listen to archived articles from his show, go to the Dream Doctor website and look at the Listen Now! box to the right of the video player.

Dreamers of San Francisco

“Alchemy” by Mitchell Poor

Montana artist Mitchell Poor highlights Felecia Perez from the “Dreamers of San Francisco” articles (originally on the San Francisco Examiner) on his blog, which is mostly about his very interesting artwork. This article is  about San Francisco dreamworker and babaylan Felicia Perez. In Filipino indigenous tradition there is a spiritual leader known as Babaylan: A woman who is priestess, wisdom-keeper and philosopher. She blogs about holistic dreamwork here. You can check out the other articles in the series by the Examiner at this link.

Jeremy Taylor in Tulsa

Author, dream expert, and Unitarian Universalist minister Jeremy Taylor will present a series of events centered around dreams and dream interpretation in Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 8, 9, and 10, 2010. For more information, see the Events page on this site or go to this website.

Dream Interpretation Blog

Here’s an interesting blog by dreamer and artist Carla Young of the Bay area. Her blog, The Daily Dreamer, records in each post one of her dreams, her interpretation of it, and an illustration to accompany. She was inspired to illustrate her dreams by the Red Book, and the blog has been highlighted by The International Association for the Study of Dreams in its Feb 2010 newsletter and also in the SF Dream Research Examiner,”Dreamers of San Francisco” series.


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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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