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Jonson Miller

Bucks County

United States

Occupation
History Professor
Internet Presence

About Jonson Miller

I have been studying, interpreting, and working with my own dreams for nearly thirty years. I share many of my dreams in my forthcoming book Dream Patterns. One of my favorite dreams is the following one from my early adolescence.

I am in a brightly lit room at my grandparents’ house. Against one wall is a cabinet with glass doors, through which I can see several shelves filled with glass goblets of various shapes and sizes. There are three women in the room, all dressed in Classical Greek white gowns. One is a teenager, one is probably in her thirties, and the last is older with gray hair. The youngest of the three goes to the cabinet and removes a goblet and brings it to me. I reach out for it with both hands. Having seized it, I find myself in the yard standing before a large tree. The skeletal remains of an armored knight hang from a branch by a rope around his neck. Metal points radiate from his helmet as if rays of light. Floating beside him in the air is a black, undulating space. Inside of that space is a miniature man revolving about his own axis.

My notes on the IASD

I joined the IASD to follow new research and writing on dream interpretation and other types of dream work.

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

Building on my observations and the methods of interpretation I developed over almost thirty years, I wrote Dream Patterns: Revealing the Hidden Patterns of Our Waking Lives, which will be released by Findhorn Press in the Fall of 2017.

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