I'm living in Tokyo and a member of dream group.
My first time attendance is the 20th IASD Conference at Berkeley, when I was 24 years old.
Then my interest of dreams were spread out.
I felt the importance of IASD, interdisciplinary and cross cultural research and self exploration.
My current TOP 3 Dream Book.
1. "Dreamtoons" by Jesse Reklaw
Best!! Thank you.
2. "Tracks in the Wilderness of Dreaming" by Robert Bosnak
We can touch the wilderness.
3. "Song of the Siren" by Stanley Krippner(Japanese edition)
I've learned a lot of things from this book. I was moved and encouraged.
Best place to read these books
*Novato Center for Dreams* BUT now it closed.
Thank you Jill Gregory. She has invited me to the library 2 years ago.