INACS (The Institute for Neuroscience And Consciousness Study) Presents…
An Analysis of Telepathic Dreaming
A Presentation by Lois DiMari
This is a FREE public presentation by INACS at the ACSL:
Consciousness Connections Meeting
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
6:30p Social, 7:00-9:00p Program
Austin Center for Spiritual Living
5555 N. Lamar, Suite D115/D117
In this talk, Lois will present the findings of her research project in Telepathic Dreaming.
Based on Dr. Robert Van de Castle’s Dream Helper Ceremony, her “dream team” focused on telepathically connecting with target subjects using their dreams to ascertain the subjects’ focus problems and possible solutions to their particular problems.
A brief summary of 11 case findings will be presented along with an unexpected prophetic dream involving one of the subjects.
The original Research Project Outline was as follows:
History of telepathic dream work
Outline of the Research Project
Bio: Lois DiMari has been an avid dream investigator since childhood, exploring her dreams for guidance about the people in her life and the directions her life would take. She has a PhD in Parapsychic Science from the American Institute of Holistic Theology and a BS in Biological Sciences from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Currently, she is co-owner of “Become Amazing! Health, Wellness and Success Coaching”. Her previous background was in Medical Technology and management of medical clinics as well as a medical-based sleep lab.
Her website is BecomeAmazingNow.com
For more information on INACS visit www.INACS.org
Our Dreaming Mind
by Robert Van De Castle
Van de Castle, former director of the Sleep and Dream Laboratory at the University of Virginia, presents the scientific facts surrounding dreams as well as some of the more prophetic, paranormal associations. He begins his well-organized text with a history of dreams, using such anecdotes as the revelation in a dream of the location of Kuwait’s great oil reserves to a British political official. Van de Castle proceeds to describe modern dream theories of the 20th century with a particular emphasis on Freud and Jung. He continues with the current state of dream research and ends with the paranormal qualities of dreams. While books concerning dreams abound, this broad and intelligent work is highly recommended.
–Jennifer Amador, Central State Hosp. Medical Lib., Petersburg, Va.
Inspirational imagery revealed in dreams to Muhammad, Gandhi, Descartes, Wagner, Handel, Coleridge, Yeats, Orson Welles, Elias Howe and many others has wrought significant changes in politics, science, art, music, film, literature and religion. Yet dreams have been devalued in Western culture, and one reason for this, suggests Van de Castle, is that Freud’s forging of strong links among dreams, neuroses and sex has thwarted a wider exploration of the full meaning of dreams. Former director of the University of Virginia Medical School’s Sleep and Dream Laboratory, the author explores the dream theories of Freud, Jung, Montague Ullman, Fritz Perls and others. He surveys the importance of dream imagery in ancient and non-Western cultures and crams in a wealth of information on children’s dreams, recurrent dreams, nightmares, gender differences in dreaming and much else. This immensely readable resource is a monumental history of dreams and a practical stimulus for those who want to remember and work with their dreams. Illustrated.
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Sunday afternoon, September 18th, Ed Emmer, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, gave a presentation on Qualitative Research Methods. Present were the INACS Board and members. The talk was very instructional and well received by the audience. Many thanks to Ed for his excellent elucidation of the subject.
INACS is formulating plans to have Consciousness Community activities on Saturday afternoons. They could include but not be limited to Consciousness cinema, group meetings, library lending, and general discussions on Consciousness and Psychic phenomena, Keep tuned for more news.
Benefits of an INACS membership include but are not limited to Quickstart grants, the NeuroNews newsletter, monthly meetings related to consciousness (Consciousness Connections), and attendance at quarterly research and educations meetings. Annual membership is $25 and dues can be paid at www.INACS.org
The INACS NerveCenter space is available for classes and lectures. Call 425-0822 for information.