The Dreams Journal started with a simple idea: A place to explore thoughts that often aren’t given the time or space to be. Namely, dreams.
A writer reflects on her mother’s dream, remembered from childhood, and how each used it to separately make sense of their family.
An interview with Dr. Maxson McDowell, Jungian scholar, psychotherapist, and analyst specializing in dream interpretation, on why dreams fascinate us, and how to understand them and learn to listen to your unconscious mind.
A writer reflects on a recurring nightmare rooted in familial strife and addiction, and how she rid herself of it.
I write all the time – except when I’m sleeping. It’s not that the dreams I occasionally have serve as raw material or inspiration for my writing. As far as I can tell, what happens when I sleep has no connection to my writing at all, other than getting me well rested when […]