Creating a Dream Culture
Anne Hill, Author of What To Do When Dreams Go Bad
Original date: Thursday, March 18, 2010

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Dreams are invaluable allies for personal reflection and spiritual insight. Yet in many cultures dreams are used not for inner wisdom but for outer direction in family, health, and social matters. Dream revelations have also played a role worldwide in religious and cultural movements. Local author and dreamworker Anne Hill discusses ways to blend the psychological approach of Western dream traditions with more community-oriented dream interpretation, to create a vibrant culture where dreams are used widely for both inner and outer guidance.

Anne Hill, D.Min., author of What To Do When Dreams Go Bad: A Practical Guide to Nightmares, is a dream consultant and host of the weekly Dream Talk Radio show on KOWS 107.3 fm, Occidental. She is co-author with Starhawk of Circle Round: Raising Children in Goddess Traditions, contributed to the Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, and writes on dreams, spirituality and culture for both the Huffington Post and the award-winning Blog o' Gnosis. She teaches internationally and lives on the Sonoma Coast.

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