Monthly Meetings

Ongoing Programs

Ongoing programs typically occur once every month and are free to Sustaining Members and members who are Scientific Supporters or higher. For complete details of current groups, see below.

Dream Study Group (DSG)

The Dream Study Group meets monthly to facilitate understanding of the types of dreams we have and what they may 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, as well as through personal experience, with particular attention to shared, precognitive and clairvoyant psychic (PSI) dreaming.  If you have questions or would like more information, contact Steve at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

WHERE & WHEN:

Ongoing:  Meetings are held on the third Monday of each month
Time:  7pm -  9pm
Where:  At the Alex Tanous Library in the Rhine
(2741 Campus Walk Ave., Durham, NC, 27705).

Admission:  $10
Members: $5.00
Sustaining members & Scientific Supporters: Free


 

The Rhine Book Club

The Rhine Book Club discusses books that complement events at the Rhine.  Book club members are welcome to and encouraged to share their personal experiences as they relate to the subject matter of the monthly book selection.  If you love books and want to discuss them, or if you have attended a Rhine event about the subject matter of the book and would like to discuss it further, this monthly meeting is for you!  If you have comments or questions about the Rhine Book Club, please contact Jeannette Briggs at 336-364-3482 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Wednesday,  March 26th:
As part of the Rhine March Month of Dreams, the book club will be reading a book about dreaming.  This event  counts towards the Rhine Dream Certificates.
A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming
by Dylan Tuccillo, Jared Zeizel, and Thomas Peisel

Wednesday, April 23rd:
The Boy Who Died and Came Back: Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist in the Multiverse
by Robert Moss

WHEN & WHERE
Ongoing: Meetings are held the last WEDNESDAY of the month
Time:  7pm -9pm
Alex Tanous Library in the Rhine
(2741 Campus Walk Avenue, Durham, 27705)

Admission:  $10.00
Members: $5.00
Sustaining members & Scientific Supporters: Free


Psychic Experiences Group

PEG monthly meetings are dedicated to the discussion of psi and consciousness through the sharing of personal experiences. We follow a simple policy of honesty, privacy, and sharing without judgment. Shared experiences have touched on topics such as telepathy, healing, precognition, extended senses, psychokinesis, remote viewing, dreams, haunting, reincarnation, near death experiences, out-of-body experiences, and other unsolved mysteries. As personal stories flow, ideas and inspiration begin to flow for developing our extended psi senses, and for finding creative ways to be of greater service in the larger community. Facilitators are Pamela St. John and Debi Pratt. For questions or information, please contact: Pamela St. John, or call (919) 740-9184.

WHERE & WHEN:

Ongoing:  Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month
Time:  7pm -  9pm
Where:  At the Alex Tanous Library in the Rhine
(2741 Campus Walk Ave., Durham, NC, 27705).


Admission: $10.00
Members: $5.00
Sustaining members & Scientific Supporters: Free

Remote Viewing Group

Monthly Remote Viewing Group
led by Benton Bogle  

*Organizational and Planning meeting on March 19th.  Be there.

Interested in Remote Viewing Practice?

 

The Remote Viewing Practice Group meets regularly at the Rhine to do outbounder and other types of Remote Viewing that involve interaction. It is not be necessary to be trained as a Remote Viewer or to follow a particular method to participate. If you are interested in practicing Remote Viewing as a part of a small group of viewers and / or have questions, please contact Benton Bogle by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  

WHERE & WHEN

Ongoing: Meetings are held every third Wednesday of the month
Time:  7pm -9pm
Location:  Alex Tanous Library in the Rhine
(2741 Campus Walk Avenue, Durham, 27705)

Admission:  $10.00
Members: $5.00
Sustaining members & Scientific Supporters: Free


 

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