Articles

Click on each article to read it here on the site. There is a link to a downloadable, read-only PDF file at the end of each article.

Articles by Meredith Sabini, Ph.D.

“Dream Koans … Koan Dreams,” DreamTime magazine, Spring 2016

“The Royal Road: Closed for Repairs,” DreamTime magazine, Spring 2014, 31:2

“Genealogical Dreams,” DreamTime magazine, Winter 2014, 31:1

Dreams of the “Great Turning,” January, 2014.

“Challenges to the Field of Dreams,” DreamTime magazine, International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), Fall 2013, 30:3

“Dreams in Sickness and in Health,” DreamTime magazine, International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), Spring 2013, 30:2

“Dreams and Meditation,” DreamTime magazine, International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), Winter 2013, 30:1

“Ritual Re-telling of a Dream,” DreamTime magazine, International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), Fall 2012, 29:3

“Nature’s Rx: ‘Segmented Sleep,” DreamTime magazine, International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), Spring 2012, 29:2

“Incubated Dreaming: A Natural Spiritual Instinct,” adapted from an article in DreamTime, Winter 2004

“Anatomy of a Dream,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Winter 2012, 29:1

“Seth on Dreams,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Spring 2011, 28:2

“What’s ‘Wrong’ with this Dream?” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2011, 28:3

“Dreaming a New Health Care Paradigm,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Winter 2010, 27:1

“What Does the Soul Want?” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2010, 27:3

“The Mystery of Death: Noble and Knowable,” ReVision magazine, Winter 2009, 31:9 (PDF download only)

“Intersubjective Dreaming,” Viewpoint Newsletter, The Psychotherapy Institute, 2009:4, July/August (PDF download only)

“It Can Take a Village to Understand a Dream,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Winter 2009, 26:1

“Intersubjective Dreaming,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Spring 2009, 26:2

“Cooking Up Symbols for the Soul,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2009, 26:3

“Dreams of the Earth,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Spring 2008, 25:1

“Lichtenberg’s Prophetic Dream,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2008, 25:2

“An Overarching Theory of Dreaming?” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2007, 24:2

“Dreams About Others: How Can We Recognize Them?,”DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2006, 23:2

“From the Lighthouse,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Spring 2006, 23:1

Articles by Richard Russo, M.A.

On Dreams

“Culture Dreaming,” Revised from the editorial in DreamTime 22:2, Fall 2005

“Dream Incubation,” Revised from the editorial in DreamTime 21:3, Winter 2004

“Musician’s Dreams,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Winter 2011, 28:1

“Dreams of Scientists,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2010, 27:3

“Obama Dreams,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2008, 25:2

Shamanism and Dreams

“Shamanism and Dreams,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Spring 2004, 21:1

“Dreamwork is Not Shamanism,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Fall 2011, 28:3

“The Achuar: A Present-Day Dream People,” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Spring 2011, 28:2

Article by Rue Harrison

“California Dreaming,” Parabola magazine, Winter 2009

Article by John Beebe, Ph.D.

“Finding Our Way in the Dark” DreamTime magazine, IASD, Summer 2001, 18:2-3

Article by Valerie Andrews

“The Artemis Effect: How Women Are Changing the World” The Optimist, Winter 2015

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“The dream is the friend of those who are not guided any more by traditional truths but in consequence are isolated.”
—C. G. Jung, 1960

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Meaning as food for the soul / The archetype as strange attractor

“In the same way that the body needs food, and not just any kind of food but only that which suits it, the psyche needs to know the meaning of its existence—not just any meaning but the meaning of those images and ideas which reflect its nature and which originate in the unconscious. The unconscious supplies as it were the archetypal form, which in itself is empty and irrepresentable. Consciousness immediately fills it with related or similar representational material so that it can be perceived. For this reason archetypal ideas are locally, temporally, and individually conditioned.”

—C. G. Jung, CW8, para 476