Dreams Workshop


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Next Dreams Workshop:

Oro Valley Public Library, Oro Valley, AZ

Aug. 15, 2015

1-3 p.m.

Author and dreams expert J.M. DeBord, aka “RadOwl” the Reddit dreams expert, brings his “anyone can do it” dream interpretation workshops to bookstores, colleges, libraries and facilities throughout Arizona. Based on two decades of study and thousands of dreams interpreted, DeBord’s 1-2-3 approach shows participants how to decode the meaning of their dreams and make connections with their daily lives that lead to personal growth, problem-solving, and healing.

Meaningful dreams are stories about our lives, DeBord writes in his book Dreams 1-2-3: Remember, Interpret, and Live Your Dreams, published by Hampton Roads in November 2013. Understanding dreams as stories told through symbolism provides a framework for uncovering their personal meaning. In his workshops, DeBord takes participants step-by-step through the process using their dreams as examples, providing insights about their dreams and the knowledge to interpret them on their own.

DeBord blend of dream theory, science, and common sense is particularly suited for people new to dream interpretation. He strips away the jargon that can be daunting for novices and gets to the heart of how dreams speak to us in our sleep and why. Participants are encouraged to bring their dream journals.

DeBord has demonstrated his dream interpretation skills on radio shows like Coast to Coast AM, The Jordan Rich Show, and Jim Harold’s Paranormal Podcast. He can be found most days sharing his knowledge at the Reddit.com dreams forum, where he is known as “RadOwl.”

Radio host George Noory calls him “one heck of a dream interpreter.” Host Robert Sharpe exclaimed, “As a guest on my radio show, J.M. drew listener responses like ‘awesome,’ ‘right on,’ ‘amazing insight’ and ‘cool dude.’”

A list of locations for prior workshops:

  • Mostly Books, Tucson
  • Changing Hands Bookstore, Tempe
  • Watermark University, Tucson
  • Oro Valley Library, Oro Valley