Welcome to IASD, the world’s premier dream organization. Do you have a question about dreams or nightmares? Post your request on our Facebook Group Page. If you are studying dreams in depth, check out our booklist or search our pages for articles by dream experts. Popular topics include lucid dreaming, dream films, dream telepathy and our Dream FAQ. We highly recommend that you attend one of our Regional or International Conferences.
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It’s still very early, and more information about this international annual conference will be made available soon. Discounted block room rates $115 singles or doubles, good three days before and after conference. The Venue will be the spectacular Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Discover a magical perspective high above Tucson’s Catalina Mountains, where this stunning natural retreat offers a variety of activities, signature services and experiences to relax, energize and inspire guests.
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Registration now open for the second Annual Many Worlds of Lucid Dreaming. https://glidewing.com/iasd/lucid_dreaming_conference.html
The International Association for the Study of Dreams will present its second online conference on The Many Worlds of Lucid Dreaming. The conference will offer presentations on the many facets of the lucid dreaming universe, ranging from practical “How To’s” to explorations into psi, healing, philosophy, and spirituality, as well as the latest cutting edge scientific research.
Moreover, you will explore how to utilize the lessons of lucidity and bring them into your waking, day-to-day life so that you can live more lucidly. Naturally, bringing greater awareness into your waking life can lead to greater lucid dreaming. Similarly, learning how intent, expectation, beliefs and focus influence your lucid dreaming can give you liberating insights into how to use those same mental activities in your waking life – and consciously co-create a richer, deeper, more fulfilling life.
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For the second year in IASD’s history, members and non-members alike can join the IASD Dream Study Groups Program (DSGP), where like-minded individuals will be able to meet and interact in our “DSGP Tea Room” and will follow course content together over the period of one year in an engaging and interactive way, with access to forums and discussion questions.The cost for participation in the DSGP, $50 for IASD members and $75 for non-members, includes:
Access to the “DSGP Tea Room”, a global forum for dreamers.
Access to either the DSGP Foundation Series, or the DSGP Research Series, detailed below.
A one-year membership in either series, where members will interact on forums and discuss course content over the year.
The DSGP Foundation Series brings together courses on A History of Dreaming, The Science and Psychology of Dreaming, and Dreamwork Methods.
The DSGP Research Series offers dream research courses including some from IASD’s First Online Dream Research Conference, which featured some of the best-known dream researchers in the world.
Both the DSGP Foundation Series and the DSGP Research Series include video presentations and discussion questions to prompt conversations in forums with other DSGP members. You will take a quiz after each presentation to earn a certificate of completion.
The next round of the DSGP will start September 1, 2021.
CLICK HERE – REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Attention Registered Attendees:
Although the interactive part of the conference is now over, your password to the portal will be active 90 days post conference in order to access recorded presentations. Check out IASD Conference 2021 for more information.
MISSION STATEMENT: INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF DREAMS IS A NON-PROFIT, INTERNATIONAL, MULTIDISCIPLINARY ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO THE PURE AND APPLIED INVESTIGATION OF DREAMS AND DREAMING. OUR PURPOSES ARE TO PROMOTE AN AWARENESS AND APPRECIATION OF DREAMS IN BOTH PROFESSIONAL AND PUBLIC ARENAS; TO ENCOURAGE RESEARCH INTO THE NATURE, FUNCTION, AND SIGNIFICANCE OF DREAMING; TO ADVANCE THE APPLICATION OF THE STUDY OF DREAMS; AND TO PROVIDE A FORUM FOR THE ECLECTIC AND INTERDISCIPLINARY EXCHANGE OF IDEAS AND INFORMATION.