Henry Reed on Dreaming for Humanity

Henry Reed, called the father of the modern dream work movement, shares his journey of bringing the dream state to a new, more useful level for humanity. His specialty is cultivating the creative spirit in others, working from both humanistic and transpersonal viewpoints.

Henry Reed rescued dreams from psychotherapy by creating a journal that showed how many people in the world were using their dreams for constructive purposes. Reed makes a strong case for remembering our dreams, not just for personal application, but for the sake of humanity.

Featuring: Henry Reed
Audio Languages: English
Subtitles: English