|Wilkerson, Richard Catlett (2003). Member Web Pages N-Z. Dream Time Cyberphile. Dream Time
Richard Catlett Wilkerson
Dream Resources Online: ASD Member Pages
This is the last of three Cyberphiles covering online resources offered
by ASD members. Please see the previous issues 20(1) and 20(2) for A-I and
Roberta Ossana, M.A., has been Publisher and Editor of Dream Network Journal
since June, 1989 her site offers articles and important resources, listing
local dreamgroups and regional networkers. Useful articles on dreamwork
techniques by Dick McLeester Marc Ian Barasch, dreamwork as a cultural
activity by William R. Stimson and Robert Moss, and over a dozen other
articles on dreamwork. Also see the Big Dream project.
Co-Editor of Sleeping and Dreaming, Edward F. Pace-Schott is at the center
of the current edge of dream science. This site provides seminal articles on
dream and brain research.
Cynthia Pearson has a wide interest in dreams and dreamwork, and has
provided online resource in an area of particular interest to her, long term
journal keeping and dream databasing.
Articles by Pearson include Ruminations of a Dream Journalist, and Dreaming
in a Liminal Time, which is based on the dreams that caregivers of the
dying. There are articles addressing these and other issues by Ed Wirth,
Dennis Schmidt and Linda Magallón.
Kat Peters- Midland, M.S. is the editor/publisher of The Rocky Mountain
Dream Journal RMDJ and the “Let Your Dreams Be Your Guide” site . The RMDJ
is a quarterly dream community newsletter that keeps dreamworkers up on
events in dreamworking. The RMDJ site contains back issues and the dream
guide site offers short articles on dreamwork and dream ethics.
Victoria Quinton is an early online dreamwork pioneer and her site has
provided a port for dreamworkers online for over a decade. Currently she
hosts the DreamChatters eList, which has served as a friendly discussion
channel for dreamwork since 1999.
Henry Reed provides two resources sections, the journal and general dream
information. Sundance: The Community Dream Journal was a pioneering
dreamwork publication including seminal articles on dreams and dreamwork
techniques. Henry has a project to bring these online. Some of the material
is already available. The site contains the instructions for the Dream
Helper Ceremony, a Dream Inspired art gallery and articles on dreamwork and
Michael Schredl, Ph.D., has one of the most extensive bibliographies online
for books and articles on dreams. Also, see the mannheim url for the sleep
research lab (in German).
Previously mentioned in detail in Dream Time 20(1) , Alan Siegel, Ph.D.
offers a wide variety of guides and articles on dreams, children,
nightmares, and dreamwork from both clinical and lay perspectives.
Cody Sisson and the New England Dreamwork Institute, a leader in dreamwork
certification, offers a FAQ on dreamwork and articles on dreams, dreamwork
and keeping a dream journal. There is also a dream inspired art gallery and
important information about using voice online to develop dream groups.
Dianne Cullen Smith, a New Zealand dreamworkers, offers three articles, The
Stuff of Dreams, Dream Lovers, and Can Dreams Tell the Future?
Jeremy Taylor offers a wide variety of articles on his site. In the
Dreamwork section, there is a Dreamwork Toolkit, a popular dreams section, a
how to use dream creatively article, and a help section for nightmares.
Taylor also includes an insightful article on Dreamwork in Cyberspace. The
site contains writing about dreams and 9-11, and provides resources and
links regarding certification in dreamwork. There is also information on
dream inspired art and dreamwork related events.
Johanna Vedral offer dream sharing groups, articles and dream inspired art
Craig Webb’s DREAMS Foundation site is a major source of online dream
information. Many topics in dreaming and dreamwork are covered. Some of the
topics include dreams & their waking life applications, nightmare help,
dream integration: dream interpretation & beyond, dream incubation, dreams
of the future & warning dreams and the science of sleep and dreams. The site
has an annotated book review section, surveys, and information about dream
adventures in the waking world.
Tjitske Wijngaard maintains a Dutch website about dreams with and English
section that includes an ongoing study of dreams as they are reflected in
I have already reviewed the extensive resources at DreamGate and Electric
Dreams in earlier issues, but I think for the new ASD members, its
appropriate to mention these resources again at the end of the ASD Member
Recourses A-Z, if only in passing. DreamGate offers two main plug-in points
for online dreamwork. The first is the new DreamGate Dream Library with
hundreds of articles on dreamwork. http://tinyurl.com/sg8x
The second plug-in point is the monthly free e-zine Electric Dreams.
"Hey Richard, My website wasn't mentioned!"
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