Table of Contents

Preface by Mark Waldman

Introduction by Stanley Krippner


Part 1: Personal Journeys into the Landscape of Dreams
The Hesitant Dreamer

Jeremy Taylor

The Twilight Zone of Dreams: Telepathy and Transformation

Robert L. Van de Castle

Dreams and Social Responsibility: Teaching a Dream Course in the Inner City

Jane White-Lewis

Healing Crimes: Working with Dreams in the Criminal Justice System

Bette Ehlert

Enjoy the Ride: An Inner Dialogue with a Dream

By Jenny Davidow

Exploring a Terrifying Dream: An Intimate Therapeutic Dialogue

Aaron B. Rochlen and Clara E. Hill

A Shamanic Dream Journey

Graywolf Swinney

Catholic Dreams

Richard Russo

Part 2: Working With Your Dreams

Six Steps for Incubating Dreams

Gayle Delaney

Fourteen Ways to Interpret a Single Dream

Kelly Bulkeley

Twenty-Three Steps for Working With Your Dreams

George R. Slater

Working with the Metaphors of a Dream

Eugene Gendlin

Active Imagination

Robert Bosnak

Women, Aggression, and Dreams

Karen A. Signell

Dreaming About Family Members

Phyllis R. Koch-Sheras and Peter Sheras

Dream Lovers

Jenny Davidow

Dead-End Dreams

Fred Olsen

Recurring Dreams

Kathleen Sullivan

Dreams in Therapy

Greg Bogart

Creating a Dream Appreciation Group

Deborah Jay Hillman

Part 3: Understanding Dreams

Dreams, The Dreamer, and Society

Montague Ullman

A Brief History of Dreams

Phyllis R. Koch-Sheras and Amy Lemley

Dreams for Personal and Spiritual Growth

Louis M. Savary

The Interpretation of Spiritual Dreams Throughout History

Kelly Bulkeley

Context and Metaphor: The Message of the Dream

Montague Ullman

Personal Myths and Dreamwork

Stanley Krippner and Joseph Dillard

Nightmares: Terrors of the Night

Franklin Galvin and Ernest Hartmann

Dreamsharing in Cyberspace

Richard Catlett Wilkerson

How Dreams Reflect Neurological Disorders

Oliver Sacks

From Chaos to Telepathy: New Models for Understanding Dreams

Stanley Krippner

Dying and Mourning: Transitional Dreams

Iain R. Edgar

Dreams, Dying, and Beyond: A Conversation with Marie-Louise von Franz

Interviewed by Fraser Boa


About the Contributors

About the Editors

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Saybrook Institute, former director of the Dream Laboratory at Maimonides Medical Center, and past president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology. He is the author of more than a dozen books and 700 articles on dreams, consciousness, and healing.

Mark Robert Waldman is a therapist, founding editor of the Transpersonal Review, and an internationally published author in the fields of transpersonal psychology and relationship dynamics. He is the author of The Art of Staying Together and Love Games.

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