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Jacquie Lewis

5012 S. Washtenaw Ave.
Chicago, IL 60632

United States

Occupation
Adjunct faculty
Internet Presence

Website: http://www.jacquielewis.net

About Jacquie Lewis

I am adjunct faculty in the Dream Studies Certificate Program at Saybrook Graduate School. I started recording my dreams in the early 1970's and have been in a dream group (in Oak Park, IL) for about nine years. While at Saybrook I took classes on dreams and for part of my dissertation I conducted research on dreams. I have also studied with Dr. Montague Ullman. I plan to also offer workshops on dreams once I graduate.

My other activities are running, yoga, Buddhist meditation, humane education, and reading both fiction and non-fiction.

Favorite dream, ever?

It happened over 30 years ago. I was on another planet, possibly the moon looking at earth. A tall man Indian type guru was with me. We communicated via telepathy.

Favorite dream book ever? (fiction or nonfiction) and why?

Dream Telepathy by Ullman and Krippner. It made me realize that (to paraphrase a famous author) there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in our philosophy. Not only did I develop an interest in dreams but I also became immersed in parapsychology. I taught Parapsychology and Communication at Governors State University in University Park, IL in the 1970s.

My notes on the IASD

I am IASD's E-news editor.

 List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where my work is featured.

“Dreaming of Animals” ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation [In Press]. Vol. 29 (2).

My dissertation title is: The Significant Life Experiences in Waking and Dreaming Among Animal Rights Activists.

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