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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.


New Group Starting in September 2020! Enroll now!

For the first time 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 Global Dreamers Forum, and will be assigned to small Dream Study Groups with one of IASD’s Regional Representatives as a host.

Dream Study Groups will follow the Foundation Series courses over the period of one year in an engaging and interactive way, with access to forums and discussion questions every week.

COVID-19 DREAMS PORTAL 
 
Currently there are many people around the globe reporting “Covid-19 dreams”, which reflect the unexpected situation in which we all find ourselves.  Esteemed IASD members have been contributing interviews, articles and research on dreams during the pandemic.  We hope you will find this compilation of information to be useful. Click here to access Covid-19 Dreams Portal.

It’s early in the conference planning season, but be sure to save the dates for the next annual conference!  Conference website coming soon for the upcoming call for presentations, registration, programming information, etc. 

Save the Dates!
More information about this annual conference will be made available soon. Please check back!

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.