Dream Resources

Contents

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  1. The Dream Pillow: a User's Manual
  2. John Suler Ph.D.'s "Working (and Playing) with Dreams
  3. The Dream Library
  4. Jeremy Taylor's Basic Dream Work TOOL KIT
  5. Temple of Dreams
  6. Dark Dreams
  7. Vital Spark's dream work pages
  8. Dream Singing
  9. Dreamwork: an introduction  by Judy Harrow (HPS, Proteus Coven)
  10. Build a Better Buddha
  11. Mugwort Information
  12. Lucidity.com


1. The Dream Pillow: a User's Manual

This is an introductory guide to dream recall and dreamwork, by Yours Truly, in Microsoft Word format. It can be printed out in booklet form on A4 paper. The second document is the cover, which you can print out on thicker colored paper.

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2. John Suler Ph.D.'s "Working (and Playing) with Dreams"

If you only download and print out one guide to working with dreams, this is the one. Pound-for-pound this is the most compact and wise guide you'll find out there. I came across it about four years ago, and haven't found anything better since. You can get the PDF version of this page here.

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3. The Dream Library

This is one the biggest collections (if not THE biggest collection) of dream resources on the web. It is part of a larger site called Dreamgate.com. Among the valuable content in this library is:

The e-magazine Electric Dreams, including a complete index of eleven years' articles from past issues.

 

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4. Jeremy Taylor's Basic Dream Work TOOL KIT

As a founding member and past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams, as well as a Unitarian minister who uses dreamwork in his counseling and church work, this man doesn't just talk the talk, but walks the walk. Lot's of good reading on these pages.


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5. Temple of Dreams

Simple and brief site with lessons about dreams and dreaming.

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6. Dark Dreams


In spite of its hokey name and sort of "Goth" aesthetic, there's some very good, very readable, very usable information on these pages.


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7. Vital Spark's dream work pages

This site has some very good articles, though many are marred by atrocious editing and not-so-tight writing.


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8. Dream Singing

This is one of those ideas that sounds so crazy there must be something to it: groups of people re-enacting group members' dreams by creating dramas and singing improvise dialogue to improvised tunes.Said to break right through barriers to the subconscious mind. I'm game! Anyone want to join me!


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9. Dreamwork: an introduction  by Judy Harrow (HPS, Proteus Coven)

Dreamwork from a pagan perspective.


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10. Build a Better Buddha

Discussions of dreams, dreamwork, lucid dreaming and dream psychology from a buddhist perspective, by the author of a book by the same name (the site is a book-promotion site).

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11. Mugwort Information

All about the amazing properties of this roadside weed you've probably seen many times in your life, but never took any notice of. Truly one of nature's little wonders.

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12. Lucidity.com

A collection of resources and links for people interested the sometimes-controversial topic of lucid dreaming, or the state of "waking up" inside your dreams and being aware that you are dreaming. It inevitably happens sooner or later to anyone who focuses much awareness on their dream consciousness.

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