"... The best value on the Internet or off! " C. Ryan
Classes and groups all done via email. (Other special Net venues explored)
Van de Castle , author of OUR DREAMING MIND,
"...It is a GREAT course!"
From Rita Dwyer , President
of the Asssociation for the Study of Dreams, "... I recommend this wonderful
course of Richard's to anyone interested in dream sharing and especially
to those are interested in forms of dreamwork that respect the individual."
This delightful class gives you both e-mail essays on the the history of dreams and dream sharing, as well as interactive labs and groups to teach you ways of working and playing with your dreams. See the 10 week Syllabus
The class is $29.99 (US) and you will receive the address to send the check or money order when you register. You can send your registration request to Richard Wilkerson email@example.com and say something like:
" Hey Richard, sign me up for the next History of Dreaming Class and Send me the registration fee address." or use the handy Registration Form
This is a non-accredited class and there will be no psychotherapy provided. These are peer classes, with research gathered by the grassroots networks in dreamwork and dreamsharing around the world. You must be at least 18 years old to participate in the groups.
WHAT YOU GET ->
When you have finished the class, you will have a grasp of the whole history of dream work and be able to apply many of the techniques to your own dreams and others. (about 20 e-mail Lessons)
You will also be plugged into the global dream community, given a free subscription to the Dream Sharing Ezine Electric Dreams, and be sent *free* my _Dream Guide to the Internet_ resource guide at the end of the class, which in itself is worth twice the cost the class by itself.
But what people like most about the class is that you get to SHARE YOUR DREAMS IN GROUPS ONLINE! We teach you how to do dream sharing via e-mail, mail lists, WEB, Bulletin board, newsgroup and IRC (Chat).
WHO AM I?
Quick Look: Richard Catlett Wilkerson
The brief story of my relationship with dreams goes something
like this: I used to work in adolescent care facilities & institutions
with kids that were abandoned, neglected and abused by - well, just about
everyone. At that time I was interested in how fantasy and creativity (and
lack of it) played a role in development but didn't know much about dreams.
I began studying with Jungian analysts in San Francisco in the
early 1980's and found that dreams provided not only a wonderful arena
for exploring fantasy and creativity but also provided a soulful feedback
system and continual inner dialogue. After a few years I began studying
with other people who worked with dreams in many other ways and shifted
my focus away from pure Jungian dreamwork. I realized when my wife was
in graduate school that her peers who planned to be therapists had little
idea what to do with dreams and were getting no education in this area.
These were really my own first students. Now, in the last few years, I've
come into contact with the dream community at large and the vast network
of dream concerned individuals around the world.
Our dreamsharing groups on and off the net span the globe. (that is, the dream Grassroots movement) Lately I've become more interested in CMC, Computer mediated communications and the spread of dream research and dreamsharing on Internet through the online dream sharing ezine Electric Dreams and the establishment of the DreamGate Project. In 1996 I was part of the Association for the Study of Dreams (ASD) Conference Committee and developed the Computer and Internet Resource and Exhibition Center for the Berkeley Conference, as well as contributing to the development of the ASD presence online and web site, which I now manage for ASD.
I'm especially interested in the egalitarian space of the Internet and and using DreamGate as a platform to connect dream concerned individuals in new and exciting ways yet unimagined.
It is really fun - Come join us & register today!
See the 10 week Syllabus