Dream Delay, Dream Decay:  Dreaming in Sacred Places
By Curtiss Hoffman
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Acknowledgements

A previous version of this paper was presented in 2006 at the 24th Annual Dream Conference of the International Association for the Study of Dreams at Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California.  I wish to thank Mark A. Schroll, who organized and Chaired the session on dreaming of sacred places, and who encouraged me to submit this paper to Rhine Online: Psi-News Magazine.

Brief Author Biography

I am a professor of Anthropology at Bridgewater State University, where I teach courses in archaeology, myth, and consciousness.  My Ph.D. is from Yale University (1974) where I studied the archetypal symbolism of ancient Mesopotamian cylinder seal designs.  I have traveled to numerous countries around the world, and have kept a dream journal since 1992.  I serve on the Board of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and co-chaired the 2011 Program Committee.

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