Registration is now open for the 12th Annual PsiberDreaming Conference. You won’t want to miss this online 2-week event!. PDC Conference Rates: General Public $45 (USD) IASD Members $40 Students with Valid I.D. $30 Join IASD between August 1st and October 6th and you can attend the PsiberDreaming Conference for Free. Join Host Jean Campbell and [...]
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The 11th Annual IASD online PsiberDreaming conference starts September 23rd. Register now for 2 full weeks jam-packed with cutting edge presentations from some of the top experts in the field of dreaming. You won’t want to miss presentations by: Dale Graff, Stanley Krippner, Scott Sparrow, Robert Van de Castle, Robert Waggoner and many more. A total of 25 [...]
I didn’t get a chance to post Day 4 offerings as I’ve been concentrating on “sending” for the Dream Telepathy Contest, which ends at noon tomorrow (Thursday). You can still dream with us tonight but you have to register to enter your dream. Contest entry deadline is 6:00 pm Thursday. Day 4 (Wed) of the PsiberDreaming [...]
Day 3 of the PsiberDreaming Conference offers: > A Brief Overview of Lucid Dreaming Psychological Research, a paper by Dr. Jayne Gackenbach > Vision Boards for Sleeping Dreams, a workshop by Linda Lane Magallon > Dream Telepathy Chat, with Ed Kellogg, Bob Van de Castle and Bobbie Ann Pimm The 10th Annual IASD PsiberDreaming Conference opened [...]
The International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) will hold its 9th annual PsiberDreaming Conference (PDC) online for two weeks from Sunday, September 25th thru Sunday, October 9th. The deadline for submission of proposals for conference papers and workshops is August 1, 2011. This will be a “themed” conference, so approximately one-third of the 24 time-slots available [...]
I can’t embed this great video — it’s worth watching — very interesting — http://vimeo.com/6083445. Upcoming Events at the Rhine Research Center: http://www.rhine.org/events.htm Rhine’s blog: http://rhineonline.blogspot.com/
Dean Radin presents a 90+ minute talk on “Science and the taboo of psi.” YouTube wouldn’t allow me to embed it. It’s worth the 90 minutes to watch. ENJOY!!! Find it here.