Book Shelf

Below are some of the books I reference in the Dream Treasures course, as well as a few personal favorites. Please consider buying them used or new from the independent booksellers at AbeBooks.


Alan Wallace is one of the foremost teachers of Tibetan Buddhism. He is well-known for his emphasis on shamatha meditation, an often overlooked but indispensable aspect of Buddhism. He founded the Santa Barbara Institute For Conscious Studies and travels and lectures widely. These six guided meditations are easy for anyone to understand and practice.


Here are a few interesting articles you may enjoy:

What People Around the World Dream About
Some People Are Using Lucid Dreams To Be More Productive While They Sleep
Lucid Dreamers Produce The Fastest Brainwave Frequencies Ever Recorded
An Easy Guide to Jungian Dream Interpretation
The Mystical Experiences of Carl Jung
An introduction to Fritz Perls' dream interpretation techniques
The Science of Sleep: Dreaming, Depression, and How REM Sleep Regulates Negative Emotions
What Is Dreaming and What Does It Tell Us about Memory?
A Fool's Guide to Lucid Dreaming

Field Recommendations

I recently polled fellow members of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, asking what their favorite books were. Here are a choice selection from the responses, in no particular order.

GREGORY ROSA is a writer, recording artist, and practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism. He lives on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, where he focuses on using creativity to guide others to integrative wholeness. He is also a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams.