We all dream, but not all of us remember our dreams, and many of us are puzzled by what dreams might mean. In this program, we'll consider dreams as an "inner GPS system," giving us clues about who we are and who we might become in later life. We'll look at dreams during retirement and coping with illness, as well as dreams about creativity, family relationships, and memories of where we have come on the journey of life, including anticipations of life's end.
The dreams shared in this presentation are drawn from an article Rick wrote, "Dreams for the Second Half of Life," and are drawn from many years of conducting dream workshops. As the Talmudic phrase states, "A dream uninterpreted is like a letter unopened."
In this episode, you will discover more about how to open and read these nightly letters to ourselves, as well as:
About Rick Moody:
Harry R. (Rick) Moody recently retired as Vice President and Director of Academic Affairs for AARP in Washington, DC. A graduate of Yale (1967), he received his Ph.D. from Columbia University (1973). He is currently a Visiting Professor at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California.
Dr. Moody is the author of over 100 scholarly articles, as well as many books, including The Five Stages of the Soul, now translated into seven languages worldwide. He was named by Utne Reader Magazine as one of the "50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World."
Dr. Moody is at work on a new book, Leaving a Legacy: Our Aging Society and Future Generations, focusing on public pensions and environmental protection. He is currently the Board President of Gray Is Green, the National Senior Conservation Corp.
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