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Jeremy Taylor, an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, has worked with dreams for over forty years; he blends the values of spirituality with an active social conscience and a Jungian perspective. Founding member and past president of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, he has written four books integrating dream symbolism, mythology, and archetypal energy. The latest is: The Wisdom of Your Dreams: Using Dreams to Tap Into Your Unconscious and Transform Your Life. His earlier books – The Living Labyrinth: Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams and the Symbolism of Waking Life; Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill; and Dream Work, have been translated into many languages.
History of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Harvard Medical School has a long and distinguished history in basic research in the fields of sleep and circadian rhythms, and is home to advanced programs of both clinical care and patient-oriented research on the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
Jeremy Taylor is a founding member and past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD). Here you’ll find info on the organization and on their two publications: Dream Time, a newsletter and The Journal Dreaming, a professional journal. Also, info on joining, on conferences, and so forth. The association is well worth joining for its publications and conferences and the chance to meet others on the dream journey.
Bringing Myth into the World…
Joseph Campbell (March 26, 1904 – October 30, 1987) was an American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work covers many aspects of the human experience.
Joseph Campbell Foundation is on a mission to keep Joseph Campbell’s mythic vision alive (a mission that includes publishing fifteen hardcover books and multiple digitial works, along with over fifty audio lectures and several video productions).
JCF has worked with a global community of artists, scholars, writers, educators, and questers, organized conferences and workshops with a variety of insitutions, fostered extensive and powerful online conversations, and currently sponsors over 50 local and regional community groups worldwide as part of the Foundation’s Mythological RoundTable® Program.