Dreams: out of the dustbin of nonsense and superstition and into the mainstream of health and psychology publications. Slowly, but surely!
An article on WebMD about how dreams offer us all insights into our lives includes comments from Mark Freeman whose work to educate college students about the powers of their dreaming minds led to our meeting and to his inviting me to lecture via Skype to his class at Rollins College in Florida. As you will see, I am somewhat more outspoken than Mark about the damage Dream Dictionaries have done to the public understanding of how to find the meaning of dreams!
Check out the article on WebMd.com and here is a excerpt from the article:
Gayle Delaney, PhD, a dream specialist in private practice in Mill Valley, Calif., is more emphatic about the place of dream dictionaries. "Throw them out," she says. "They're the bane of all dream work. They've kept it in the dustbin of the intellectual mainstream. Yes, there are common dream themes, but no, they don't all mean the same thing."