Columbia University Professor William R. Stimson first became interested in his dreams when he was trying to write a novel, and discovered that he wasn’t creative. A scientist by training, he decided to explore his dreams as a way to find his creativity. This exploration lead to a reconciliation with his long estranged father, and then to exploring dreams in earnest under Montague Ullman. Today he teaches the Montague Ullman experiential dream group course at Tunghai University and at National Chi Nan University.
“My contention is that to be able to understand our own dreams — and the wisdom to pay close attention to what we’re dreaming — is just as important to education today as science, technology, engineering and mathematics.” ~William R. Stimson
Watch his TED Talk and hear why learning from your dreams is one of the most important things you can do today.