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IN THIS ISSUE
2016 IASD Annual International Conference at Kerkrade, the Netherlands:
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
This month IASD has opened a new play list on its YouTube channel, featuring presentations from IASD Past Presidents.
Because many of those who have served as IASD Board Presidents over the thirty-plus years of the organization's existence are, in fact, well-known authors and speakers, this new YouTube collection presents a wealth of videotaped interviews, lectures and television performances.
In the new "Past IASD Presidents" list you will find videos about dreams and their use and meaning from Gayle Delaney, PhD; Rev. Jeremy Taylor; Robert Van de Castle, PhD; Patricia Garfield, PhD; Ernest Hartmann, PhD; Deirdre Barrett, PhD; and others.
Click Here to find your favorites.
IASD members, who received the digital version of the
Spring 2016 issue of DreamTime Magazine at the end of April, have already
been asking, "Where is my hard copy version of this beautiful issue?"
Would you like to continue to support IASD? Try AmazonSmile, an easy way to give money without the stress. Click on this link http://smile.amazon.com and sign up. Every time you make a purchase on Amazon, .05% goes to our organization. If you have other clever suggestions on how to raise money for IASD, please let us know.
In this issue of Hot Off the Press we be focusing how the deceased help
their living relatives through dreams. The intention of this column is
to publish links to evidence-based scientific articles on the study of
dreams that are written for a non-research audience.
TOTAL APRIL New and Renewing Members = 45
REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2016 IASD ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, KERKRADE, THE NETHERLANDS WWW.ASDREAMS.ORG/2016
• Listen to the interviews with some of our keynotes http://www.asdreams.org/2016/podcasts/
• Interest in the conference has been high resulting in rooms at Rolduc filling early – however keep trying in case of a cancellation, plus there are many charming small hotels with good rates nearby in Kerkrade or just across the border – go to www.asdreams.org/2016/accommodations/ for information
• Abstracts of the Presentations are NOW POSTED – go to http://www.asdreams.org/2016/abstracts/ You can also find the latest schedule and complete program listing under the Program menu.
• Don’t miss the Dream Ball on the closing evening. Come in a dream inspired costume, perhaps dressed as your favorite dream character, and dance to the music of Tiny Ann. The ball will be preceded by a Costume Parade where participants can share the dream that inspired their costume.
VENUE • The location is the very beautiful 12th century Rolduc Abbey conference facility in Kerkrade in the southern part of the Netherlands. The site is situated on the Dutch-German border, close to several international airports, providing ease of international travel and sightseeing for those who wish to enjoy touring before and after the conference.
PROGRAM • The program will feature world-renowned keynote speakers and over 160 presenters from around the globe, an opening reception, a Dream Art Exhibition and Reception, the annual Psi Dreaming Contest, and the ever popular costume Dream Ball.
SPECIAL DREAM HIKE ALONG THE DUTCH-GERMAN BORDER • The Rolduc Monastery is very close to Germany. On Sunday afternoon we are featuring a 7 km sunset dream sharing hike that takes you across the border along the lovely river Wurm into a gentle hilly area. You will pass close by a view of the impressive historical 12th century Castle Burg Rode, pass historical streets of Herzogenrath, enter a nature preserve (Naturschutzgebiet) and hike through a wooded area which once served the World War II German Siegfried Line. At a shelter in the forest we can relax and have our meal. Bag dinners can be purchased on the registration form or you can bring your own.
DREAM ART EXHIBITION • This year’s large exhibition includes over 100 dream art works which express varied dream experiences through art. In Rolduc Abbey the dream art is displayed in all conference areas, resulting in a unique atmosphere.
Anne Baring: Visionary Dreams and the Great Challenge of Our Times. Anne is a Jungian analyst and author or co-author of 7 books including The Myth of the Goddess; Evolution of an Image; The Mystic Vision; The Divine Feminine; Soul Power and The Dream of the Cosmos.
Antti Revonsuo: Towards a Unified Science of Dreaming and Consciousness. Antti Revonsuo, PhD, is a cognitive neuroscientist, psychologist and a Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Skövde in Sweden and of Psychology at the University of Turku in Finland.
Hubert Hermans: The Dream as a Meaningful Experience in a Developing Dialogical Self. Hubert Hermans is professor emeritus at the Radboud University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. He is best known as the creator of Dialogical Self Theory and is president of the International Society for Dialogical Science.
Frank Bosman: Playing the Dream: On Dream and Narrative in Modern-day Digital Games. The cultural theologian Dr. Frank G. Bosman is a senior researcher at the Tilburg Cobbenhagen Center, Tilburg University, in the Netherlands. He is author of God Loves a Joke and three other books on culture and religion.
Keith Hearne: Obtaining Messages from the ‘Unconscious.’ Keith Hearne, PhD, is a researcher and psychologist from Britain, who pioneered the first sleep laboratory research into ‘lucid’ dreaming at Liverpool University (1975-1978).
Martin Dresler: Cognitive Neuroscience of Lucid Dreaming. Martin Dresler, PhD, is an Assistant Professor for Cognitive Neuroscience at the Radboud University Medical Centre and Donders Institute in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Jan Taal: The Three Stages of Imagery. Jan Taal is a psychologist trained in Assagioli’s psychology of psychosynthesis and founder of the School voor Imaginatie (School for Imagery) in Amsterdam.
Vote for IASD Board Members now! Each year, five member-elected board members complete their three-year terms as directors. At its February 2016 meeting the IASD Board of Directors approved the slate of candidates recommended by the Nominating Committee for the five vacancies effective this coming June.
NOTE: Only current members of IASD can vote for Board Members.
The 2016 IASD Nominating Committee has invited the following seven members to run for the five three-year board positions that will be vacated as of the June board meeting: Susannah Benson (Australia), Louis Hagood (USA), Curt Hoffman (USA), Ed Kellogg (USA), Sherry Puricelli (USA), Katja Valli (Finland), Susanne van Doorn (Netherlands). From a field of seven candidates, five will be selected by vote of the IASD membership to serve three-year terms. Selectees (those five with the highest number of votes by the membership) for member-elected board positions will be announced at the General Membership Meeting to be held at the Netherlands conference, Sunday, June 26, 2016.
The Nominating Committee communicated and deliberated to arrive at a slate of board nominees who are interested and available, and who reflect gender and geographical diversity as well as a wide range of skills and knowledge.
Additionally, the IASD Board of Directors has approved the slate of members to fill the open vacancies in the IASD officer positions, as recommended by the Nominating Committee. Following is the list of prospective officers who will serve for 2016-2017: President, Laurel Clark; Board Chair, Scott Sparrow; Vice President, Melinda Ziemer; Secretary, Joy Fatooh; and Treasurer, Robert Waggoner.
According to the IASD Bylaws, the Board of Directors may appoint between four and seven members to be directors. The Nominations Committee recommended one nominee for a board-appointed position: Laurel Clark. The other board-appointed positions are currently filled. At the February Board meeting, the Board accepted the recommendation. The Board will adopt the slate of officer nominees at its annual meeting, the first conference Board meeting to be held Friday, June 24, 2016. All officers and new board members will assume their positions at this first board meeting.
IASD Members who want to vote online for the first time need to send in
a signed copy of the Electronic Consent Form FIRST, the link is:
All Votes (electronic or mail-in) must be received by June 4, 2016.
Toronto Regional Event Update
The day explored how culture both opens and defines our personal
relationship with dreams, and gave people a chance to talk about their
own experience from the context of tradition and culture.
Please check the IASD website for up-to-date names and contact
information for the regional representative in your area.
Regional Representative webpage is divided into regions, making your
search more user-friendly.
We are also looking for a Regional Events Chair.
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