Dream Sites


07:05:28 GMT, Mon, Jun 26, 2017


          Popular Dreams Sites 
  1. Learning and Dreaming A Science Friday audio discussion on the science of dreaming. Features Robert Stickgold and Matthew Wilson.
  2. The Dreams Foundation Resources for understanding nightmares, precognitive dreams, dreamwork, lucid dreaming, sleep research and disorder treatment.
  3. Association for the Study of Dreams A massive site containing essays, research papers, and advocacy material on meaning in dreams. This international association provides recommendations regarding ethical issues, lists graduate dream research programs, publishes both a journal and a magazine and operates conferences.
  4. The Dream Tree A resource center which includes opportunities to participate in research (some scientific, some personal), discussion groups, a calendar of events for dreamers, pointers to projects and artwork, and recommendations for enhancing your dreams and ability to recall them.
  5. Notes From a Dreamer ... on Dreaming Bobbie Ann Pimm interprets some of her own dreams and discusses her views of dream interpretation, including her belief that a dream may only be correctly interpreted by its dreamer.


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