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Dreams Study Group (Monthly)
The Theme of August is "Dreams with Dead People." These are visitation dreams, as well as dreams where you became aware during the dream that the person was deceased, which might help lucidity. If you wish to share your dream, you must have it written down in present tense. Give it a succinct title, and include your waking emotion (if any). If you're new to dream-work or want help with remembering and journaling your dreams, arrive at 6:30 for some personal attention. Every month, we discuss a specific aspect or type of dream, the topic of which will be announced HERE about two weeks in advance. Then we share and help one another understand our own dreams. The goal over time is to teach you to interpret most of your own dreams The Dreams Study Group facilitates understanding of the types of dreams we have and what they tell us about ourselves, both individually and collectively. Participants are encouraged to maintain a dream journal as we develop techniques for working with dreams. Over time, most categories of dreams will be discussed from the literature and through personal experience, with particular attention to shared, precognitive and clairvoyant psychic (PSI) dreaming. While this is not a place to turn to have someone analyze your dreams, it is a safe and confidential place to discuss personal dreams. In time, you will be able to work with most of your own dreams, the goal of the group. Here's a gem of wisdom. The more you put into your intention to welcome meaningful experiences into your dream life, the better your results are likely to be. Admission $10 / Rhine Members: $5 / First-time visitors, Sustaining members & Scientific Supporters: Free

Rhine Research Center

2741 Campus Walk Ave # 500 · Durham, NC

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The Short Version: The world-famous Rhine Research Center hosts lectures, workshops, classes and conferences with many of the world's foremost authorities on paranormal and parapsychology topics. Join, learn and experience with us!

The Long Version: The Rhine Research Center explores the frontiers of consciousness and exceptional human experiences in the context of unusual and unexplained phenomena. The Rhine’s mission is to advance the science of parapsychology, to provide education and resources for the public, and to foster a community for individuals with personal and professional interest in PSI.*

Named after its founder J. B. Rhine (, The Rhine "aims to improve the human condition by creating a scientific understanding of those abilities and sensitivities that appear to transcend the ordinary limits of space and time." It is the successor to the Parapsychology Laboratory at Duke University in Durham, NC, and Rhine's later laboratory, the Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man (FRNM).

*PSI is defined as anomalous processes of information or energy transfer, such as telepathy or psychokinesis, that are currently unexplained in terms of known physical or biological mechanisms.

NB: As the topics of our presentations vary widely, check regularly through upcoming meetups for those that suit your particular interests. When seating is limited, that event's description will say so, and include a link directly to that part of the Rhine's website where you can purchase tickets by Paypal to guarantee yourself a spot. ALL Friday lectures are SIMULCAST and can be viewed over the Internet.

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