Updated January 5, 1999

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Dreams -- The Bridge Between the Ego and the Subconscious -- Dreams, just what is the purpose of dreams? I have been recording, studying, and analyzing mine for many years...and I still don't have an absolute answer to that question.

Dreamages -- A Primer. Remember and follow your dreams

Dream Central -- At this site, our goal is to help you understand the dreaming process. Not only do we provide extensive information on analyzing your dreams, we also strive to explain what dreams really are, and how they can be used to help yourself or others. Also you will find out how to induce (make them happen) dreams and remember them.

Dream Interpretation Services and Resources -- Information provided to assist those wanting to understand and benefit from the gifts in dreams.

DreamMosaic -- A forum for dreamsharing and cataloging, a place to discover worldwide group dreaming.

Dream Network -- Dream Network is the in-print and online vehicle for a growing grassroots network of individuals who believe in the value and power of dreams to help us individually -- and collectively, to positively transform ourselves and our world.

Healing Dreams -- Healing Dreams takes a special interest in the use of dreaming for healing processes.

The Dream Emporium -- topics include: dreams, how to interpret your dreams, keeping a dream journal, nightmares, sleep disorders such as sleep walking, sleep talking, sleep paralysis, night terrors; lucid dreams, dream symbols, helping children with their nightmares, Enter a Contest to win a Free dream interpretation, articles I've written on how to choose a dream symbol book & lucid dreaming; extensive dream links and a Favlinks page, dream interpretation service, actual dream interpretations I've given to contest winners, Sea of Dreams webzine column from G21 WWW, links to Dream FAQ's, dream-related E-zines, and much more.

The Dream Tree -- The Dream Tree is an online and offline resource center, designed to assist dreamers in exploring their dreams and in connecting to others within a shared dream community.

The Dream Weavers Web -- The DreamWeavers are experts in Jungian dream analysis. We created this website to provide a resource for those who want to learn to understand their dreams.

Electric Dreams E-zine -- Electric Dreams is an ezine dedicated to sharing and exploring dreams, whatever your interest in dreams we want to hear about it.

Jeremy Taylor on Dreams, Myth and Social Change -- A Unitarian Universalist minister and past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams (1995), Jeremy has been a dreamworker and teacher of dream work for over 25 years.

The Lucidity Institute -- The Lucidity Institute is dedicated to the advancement of research on the nature and potentials of consciousness and to the application of the results of this research to the enhancement of human health and well-being.

Dreams as Viewed by Freud and Jung -- A Paper by Brlizg

Shelley's Dream World -- My Thoughts on Dreams, Dream Information, Tips and Tricks, My Favorite Dream Book, Some Excellent Dream Links, Upcoming Workshops

Symbols & Dreams -- Symbolism in Dreams by Dr. Richard Corelli

Working (and Playing) With Dreams -- Every dream has many layers of meaning. Every object, person, and situation in a dream may have many meanings. So take your time in trying to understand it. Think of your dream as something to EXPLORE. You have to look at it from different angles, walk around in it for awhile, work with it - and then its many meanings will begin to reveal themselves.

Yahoo's Sleep & Dreams links


The Association for the Study of Dreams -- The Association for the Study of Dreams is dedicated to the pure and applied investigation of dreams and dreaming.

The Dreams Foundation-- The D.R.E.A.M.S. Foundation (Dream Research and Experimental Approaches to the Mechanisms of Sleep) is a registered non-profit organization operating in collaboration with the Dream and Nightmare Research Laboratory at Montreal's Sacré-Coeur Hospital.

The Quantitative Study of Dreams -- Our approach to dreams is very different from the usual ones. It is completely objective and quantitative, and does not draw on case histories, free associations, amplifications, symbolic interpretations, or any other material from outside the dream reports themselves. This is not the fluffy dream interpretation stuff you see in supermarket tabloids and on daytime talk shows. We do not interpret dreams, we analyze them. - G. William Domhoff

American Sleep Disorders Association Press Release-- The Last 40 Years of Dream Research Shed Light on How Mind Works

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