Here's some great ways to air your dreams and to interact with fellow dreamers.

Global Participation Events

These cyberbroadcasts will help to create a Global electrosphere of interactive discussions, interviews and conversation that will surround the 2001 Dream Odyssey conference.

(You will need to download & install Paltalk to listen using your computer's speaker. Participation requires a microphone and earphones.)

Cyberdreamwork Group Session

Witness a live demonstration of cyberdreamwork led by Jungian analyst Robert Bosnak. The session will include simultaneous participation of dreamworkers from Australia, United States, Canada, Brazil, South Africa, Japan and China.

Wednesday, July 11th, 4:30 pm - 6:15 pm PDT

News and Interviews

Hear news from the conference and an interview with a prominent dream personality. Participate in a question and answer session.

Thursday, July 12th, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm PDT
Friday, July 13th, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm PDT
Saturday, July 14th, 10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT

For the latest information, check the Computer Café Schedule.

2001 Dream Odyssey Conference Journal

Share your experiences, dreams, and comments about the conference in the Conference Journal. If you tune in from cyberspace, you can at least share your dreams!

The Conference Journal is sponsored by Susan Amon and Entries can be made directly into computers in the Offline Computer Cafe. Or you can send emails to All entries you contribute will be anonymous.

Susan requests, "Please keep in mind that all entries will be posted at the journal website except interpretations and/or comments on other entries. Such entries will be removed from the journal. Thank you."

Each day of the conference the growing journal will be posted at ( so that everyone can read the entries to date.

If you attended the ASD conference in 1996, you'll remember that people could send in their dreams by e-mail or drop off written copies at the Communal Room. In either case, they were posted on The Flying Carpet mural. But there were none posted in cyberspace. This year you'll be able to see not only dreams, but our comments and experiences on the net.

Bulletin Board Chat Questions and comments on dreams and dreaming can be posted at the ASD Web Site.
Dream Time Live Once a month, a new guest discusses topics in dreams and dreaming. Join us from the web via java-chat or via IRC, Internet Relay Chat. To get the latest schedule and information on downloading free Internet connections, surf to the Dream Time Live web page or send an e-mail to


Courtesy of Peggy Coats, Linda Lane Magallón and Richard Catlett Wilkerson * © 2001 Association for the Study of Dreams * Version 7/1/01