Bill Stimson’s Dream Group Comes to Beijing


The following is an announcement by my friend in Taiwan, Bill Stimson. But allow me to put in a personal endorsement: I went to one of Bill’s dream groups a couple of months ago, and it was an unforgettable experience. I promise you, you will get your money’s worth – especially because it’s practically free. There’s a magical quality to the way Bill guides participants through their dreams, causing them to look at them (and at their lives) in a new way. The level of emotion and self-awareness that fills the room is hard to describe. It is an experience of incredible power and profound enlightenment. And I’m not being a PR man as I say that. If you are in Beijing and can make it, don’t even think twice.

Led by William R. Stimson, Ph.D.

In Beijing at some point between November 24-28, William R. Stimson, Ph.D., founder of the Dream Network, will be in Beijing leading what will probably be the first experiential dream group workshop ever held in China. The group will be limited to 12 individuals. It will be either an all-day workshop or maybe two evening workshops, depending on what would be most convenient for most participants. Anyone fluent in English and interested in deciphering the meaning of dreams may apply.

This is a not-for-profit benefit workshop for the Kyoto Journal, the premiere English-language magazine in Asia. Each participant is encouraged to bring a check for the equivalent of U.S. $39.00 made out to Kyoto Journal. This is the exact cost of one year’s subscription. Each person who contributes this amount will receive a year’s subscription. The dream workshop leader himself makes no money from this arrangement. His hope is to connect writers in China with a high-quality magazine that can publish their work in English.

To apply, please e-mail billstimson[AT] Provide your name and cell phone number. Include a short paragraph about yourself and the nature of your interest in dreams. If you can contribute space for the workshop or know of a venue where it can be held, please include that. If you are eager to come but cannot afford the Kyoto Journal subscription amount, indicate that but don’t hesitate to apply anyway. No one will be turned away for reasons of money.

For information on the Montague Ullman experiential dream group method see:

For information on Kyoto Journal, a non-profit volunteer-based quarterly magazine, see:

The Discussion: 2 Comments

Having gone through a weekend workshop with Bill, I will second Richard’s experience. If you want to get in touch with your inner self, you will find the workshop well worth it and you will meet a great guy.

November 16, 2006 @ 7:31 am | Comment

Seems amazing. Sign me up!

November 20, 2006 @ 9:01 am | Comment

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