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THE BOOK: Understanding Dreams: The Gateway to Dreams Without Dream Interpretation

 

Powerpoint presentations

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Ullman and Universe (Gothenburg, Sweden, 2009)
From Ullman to Eternity (Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2011)
The Power of Ignorance in Understanding Dreams & Its Special Place in Montague Ullman's Experiential Dream Group Process (Berkeley, USA, 2012)

 

Dream articles

Between the Lines (2013)

Deceptive Dreams (2012)

Dream Group as Spotlights and a Magnifying Glass (2011)

Dream Groups' Tremendous Advantage (2012)

Interpretation, Unconscious, the Message of the Dream (2003)

Knowing a Dream and Understanding a Dream (2012)

Many Kinds of Dream Groups (2011)

More Than Meets The Eye (2012)

Parallel Realities Intersecting (2003)

Poor Little Aliens (2012)
Rediscovering Innocence (2003)

See That Bird There (2003)

Social Dreaming versus Ullman's Experiential Dream Groups (2012)

The Art of Silence (2013)
The Best Dream Interpretation Method Ever! (2012)

The Best Theory of Dreams (1984)

The Difference Between Archetypes And Archetypal Symbols (2012)

The Global Dream Group (2003)

The Best Dream Interpretation Method Ever! (2012)

The Most Significant Difference between Freud and Jung (2012)
The Tale of Two Telephone Poles (2003) Dream Appreciation Newsletter Vol 8 No 1 pp. 4-5 (recommended)
The Superior Vision in Supervision (2003)
The Unity of Dreaming (2003)

The (Un)meaning of Dreams (2012)
Too Good for a Dream (2003)

Two Goals of Dream Groups (2003)

Understanding Dreams - The Gateway to Dreams without Dream Interpretation (2011)


Dream blog

 

Link: William R. Stimson's dream articles&links
- "Bill Stimson, whom I have known for over two decades,
has always been a gifted dream worker. He has the capacity
to dig deeply and honestly and to come up with insights
that are uncontaminated by waking biases."
-- Montague Ullman, M.D., Dream Appreciation 3(2). Spring 1998