"I love helping people connect with their dreams and their creativity!"

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Dr. Angel Morgan, Ph.D.

Angel Kwan-Yin Morgan founded Dreambridge (thedreambridge.com) in 2008. She specializes in dreams, creativity, and the connection between the two (Dream-Arts). She has worked with adults, children, teens, and parents as a Dream-Arts educator since 1995. An interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker, she received her Ph.D. in Psychology after completing the Dream Studies and Creativity Studies programs at Saybrook University. Before that, she received an M.A. in Human Development from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, a B.A. in Theater, Film, and Television from UCLA, and is a graduate of the Idyllwild Arts Academy.

Angel has worked professionally as an actor, director, dancer, singer-songwriter, and visual artist in Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chapel Hill, NC. While raising her two children, she earned her teaching certification from the Rudolf Steiner College and a Quality Classroom certificate from the Institute of HeartMath. For five years she was a Waldorf class teacher in Los Altos, CA, where she taught all subjects (Grades 4 - 8) through storytelling, music, art, and drama, educated parents, and was the faculty co-artistic director.

A recipient of the William Fadiman writing award, she is widely published and has written many dream psychology articles ranging from Cambridge Journals to The Huffington Post. In 2017, she won the Best Screenplay Award from The Buddha International Film Festival in India for a story filled with dreams, spiritual development, consciousness exploration, and humor. Dr. Morgan is a Board Director of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, member of The American Psychological Association, and is a peer reviewer for the APA journal, Dreaming. She is an adjunct professor at Sofia University, where she co-instructs Global Ph.D. courses including The Psychology of Extraordinary Dreams with Dr. Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.

An experienced lucid dreamer, she started learning about her own dreams when she was four years old from her father Robert F. Morgan, Ph.D., a psychologist who gave her tools from Kilton Stewart’s Senoi Dream Theory. Her other dream mentors as a teen and young adult were Eduardo Duran, Ph.D, and Clara Stewart Flagg, the widow of Kilton Stewart, Ph.D.

 

Publications

 

Abell, A. M. (2005). The alphabliss of miss. Chico, CA: Morgan Foundation Publishers.

Morgan, A. K. (2008) Socially responsible dreaming, [excerpt] in Morgan, R. Opportunity’s shadow and the bee moth effect: When danger transforms community. 47-53.

Morgan, A. K. (2009). Guest review: Coraline. In R. Russo (Ed.), Dreamtime Magazine: Special IASD 25th Anniversary Issue. 26(2), 35-36.

Van De Castle, R., Pimm, B., Morgan, A. K., & Dwyer, R. (2010). The 2010 Psi Dreaming Contest. In R. Russo (Ed.), Dreamtime Magazine. 27(3), 18-21.

Morgan, A. K. (2011). Investigating experienced links between dreams and creativity in the work of professional creative artists. (Doctoral dissertation). ProQuest/UMI. (Publication No. AAT 3454126).

Morgan, A. K. (2011, September). The healing power of dream-arts. The San Francisco Psychologist: A Publication of the San Francisco Psychological Association; A Chapter of the California Psychological Association. 3, 10-13.  

Morgan, A. K. (2011). The Malaysian people of the dream and traumatic nightmare intervention. Journal of Tropical Psychology. 1(1), 15-16. 10.1375/jtp.1.1.15 Retrievable from Cambridge University Press: http://dx.doi.org/10.1375/jtp.1.1.15

Morgan, A. K. (2012). People of the dream. In Morgan, R. F. (Ed.), Trauma psychology in context: International vignettes and applications from a lifespan clinical-community psychology perspective. 120-124.

Van De Castle, R., Pimm, B., Morgan, A. (2012). Results from the 2012 IASD Psi Dreaming Contest. In R. Russo (Ed.), Dreamtime Magazine. 29(3), 18-19, 39.

Morgan, A. K. (2014, December). Dream sharing as a healing method: Tropical roots and contemporary community potential. Journal of Tropical Psychology, 4(e12). doi:10.1017/jtp.2014.12. Retrievable from Cambridge University Press.

Morgan, A. K. (2016). Dragons, angels, and rites of passage: The universal language of children’s dreams. In C. Johnson & J. Campbell (Eds.), Sleep monsters and superheroes: Empowering children through creative dreamplay. (pp. 69-87). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

 

screenwriting award • 2017

Graff, D., Morgan, A., Pearson, C., Puricelli, S., & Waggoner, R. (2017, October). A report on the 2017 dream telepathy contest. In J. Campbell (Ed.), Dreamtime magazine. 24(3)24-27.

Morgan, A. K. (2018). Dreamer's powerful tiger: A new lucid dreaming classic for children and parents of the 21st centuryAshland, OR: The Dreambridge. 

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Krippner, S., Saunders, D. T., Morgan, A., & Quan, A. (2019). Remote viewing of concealed target pictures under light and dark conditionsExplore: The Journal of Science and Healing15(1), 27-37.

https://www.explorejournal.com/article/S1550-8307(18)30068-5/abstract

 

the huffington post

 

Morgan, A. K. (2013, December). Theories abound to age-old question: Why do we dream? The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, January). Recurring dreams: Your dreams are trying to tell you something! The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, January). Interpreting dream interpretation. The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, March). Dreams vs. dreams. The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, May). Expectant Mother’s Day dreams. The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, October). Why sharing your dreams is so important. The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, October). What dreams about zombies, the apocalypse, and The Walking Dead could mean. The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2015, November). Dreams: A Thanksgiving feast for the soul. The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2015, June). From gambling to Google: Finding creative inspiration in your dreams. The Huffington Post. 

Morgan, A. K. (2016, October). You will never view violence in dreams the same way. The Huffington Post. 

 

dreamscloud blogs

 

Morgan, A. K. (2013, September). Responding to teens’ questions about dreamsDreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2013, October). Understanding why we dream. Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2013, November). Do dreams have meaning? Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2013, December). Popular theories: Where do dreams originate? Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, January). Why do I have trouble remembering my dreams? Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, January). Interacting and making choices in lucid dreams. Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, February). Understanding your romantic feelings through dreamsDreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, February). Understanding different kinds of nightmares. Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, April). Tips for expecting parents about dreams. Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, May). Tips for new parents about dreams. Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, May). Tips for honoring children’s dreams. Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, May). Teen development and dreams. Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, May). Happy Mother’s Day, dreamers! Dreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, May). Walking the dreambridge part 1: Intro to dream-bridgingDreams Cloud. 

Morgan, A. K. (2014, June). Walking the dreambridge part 2: The dream-creativity connection. Dreams Cloud.  

 Morgan, A. K. (2014, June). Walking the dreambridge part 3: Dream news 2050Dreams Cloud. 


 


 

 

 

 

linked: the dream-creativity connection (trailer)

 

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research

 

Morgan, A. K. (2007). Development of a dream-arts curriculum. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA. 

Morgan, A. K. (2008). Creating dreambridge. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA. 

Morgan, A. K. (2008). Dreambridge dream-arts community center. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA. 

Morgan, A. K. (2008). Influence and inspiration between dreams and art forms in art students living in community. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA. [Funding received from Idyllwild Arts Academy].   

Morgan, A. K. (2008 - 2013) Documentary Filmmaker, Producer, Researcher, Director, Editor. San Francisco, Idyllwild, CA, New York, Los Angeles, Ashland, OR, Waimea, HI.  

Morgan, A. K. (2009). Influence and inspiration between dreams and creativity in members of dream groups. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA.    

Morgan, A. K. (2009). Effects of the link between dreams and creativity in the work of professional creative artists. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA.

Morgan, A. K. (2010). Investigating experienced links between dreams and creativity in the work of professional creative artists. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA. 

Morgan, A. K. (2010 – 2011). Co-Researcher with Dr. Steven Pritzker, Ph.D.: Longevity of Comedians, & Writer-Directors. Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA. 

Morgan, A. K. (2011). Investigating experienced links between dreams and creativity in the work of professional creative artists. (Doctoral dissertation). 

Morgan, A. K. (June 2014 – June 2016). Independent Judge, Remote Viewing Study. Saybrook University. The Saybrook Remote Viewing Study with Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.  

https://www.explorejournal.com/article/S1550-8307(18)30068-5/abstract

Morgan, A. K. (2017, March 25). My experience as a DT/Psi “sender” in conference contests for the International Association for the Study of Dreams. Guest Lecture. Sofia University: Palo Alto, CA.

Part One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Al6XWSQFHPM

Part Two: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45YoieG6QCo&feature=youtu.be

Part Three: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQqd3TOXgkc

 

Featured In

Dwyer, R., Van De Castle, R., & Pimm, B. (2010). Dreams as a multidimensional expression of PSI. Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. 6(4), 263-268. 

Collins, S. (Producer). (2010, March 22). Destiny’s doorstep [audio podcast].

Cernuto, M. (Director). (2012). Dr. Angel Kwan-Yin Morgan Interview with DreamsCloud at IASD. Berkeley, CA: Carpathia Films.

Cernuto, M., & Charnin, D. (2013). Astrology, telepathy, & mutual dreaming: Based on data collected during the Psi Dreaming Contest in Berkeley, CA 2012. Dreamtime Magazine. 30(1), 18-20.

Burton, B. (2013, December). Naked in public? Dreams Cloud wants to get inside your mind. CNET.  

Kaufman, G. (2014, March). A 3-step guide for getting rid of bad dreams. Glamour

Klein, R. (2014, May). Turns out your education level may impact your dreams. The Huffington Post. 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/23/education-level-dreams_n_5374869.html

Carlson, C. (2014, October). The hottest night of your life. Womens Health, 120-122.

Dovey, D. (2014, December). What dreams mean and what they say about you, based on science. Medical Daily.

Patrão, C. (2015, April 19). Down the royal road: A Dreamlands commission by Radio Arts. Zepelim

Steber, C. (2016, December). 11 scientific explanations for having different types of weird dreams. Bustle

Fernandez, R., & Young, S. (2018, October). Dream theory: Experts interpret the meaning and importance of dreams. el Estoque.

Johnson, C. R. (2019, Winter). Amazing dreamers: Interview with Angel Morgan, Ph.D. Dreamtime Magazine. 36(1), 28-30.

 

international association for the study of dreams (IASD)

 IASD Member Page:

Morgan, A. K. (2009, June 27-28). “Sender” and judge panel member for Dream Telepathy Contest. IASD Conference 26, Chicago, IL.  

Morgan, A. K. (2010, June 28-29). “Sender” and judge panel member for Dream Telepathy Contest. IASD Conference 27, Asheville, NC.

Morgan, A. K. (2010, June 29). Director’s preview of documentary film, Linked: the dream-creativity connection. IASD Conference 27, Asheville, NC.

Morgan, A. K. (2012, June 26). Presentation: Experienced links between dreams and creativity in the work of professional creative artists. IASD Conference 29, Berkeley, CA.

Morgan, A. K. (2012, June 23-24). “Sender” for Dream Telepathy Contest. IASD Conference 29, Berkeley, CA.

Morgan, A. K. (2012, September 23-26). “Target Dreamer” and final Judge for Mutual Dreaming Contest. IASD Psiber Dreaming Conference. Online.   

Morgan, A. K. (2014, June 4-8). Attendee: IASD Conference 31, Berkeley, CA.

Morgan, A. K., & Emden, J. (2015, June 6). Presentation: The healing power of dream sharing in physical space and cyber space: Indigenous roots and contemporary community potential. Healing Symposium. IASD Conference 32, Virginia Beach, VA. Based on the paper, Dream sharing as a healing method: Tropical roots and contemporary community potential.

Morgan, A. K. (2015). Honorable Mention: The Psi Dreaming Contest. IASD Conference 32, Virginia Beach, VA.

Morgan, A. K. (2015). Winner: Gender Related costume. Dream Ball. IASD Conference 32, Virginia Beach, VA.

Morgan, A. K. (Spring, 2017). Became IASD Regional Representative for the state of Oregon.

Morgan, A. K. (2017, June 16-20). “Sender” and judge panel member for Dream Telepathy Contest. IASD Conference 34, Anaheim, CA.

Morgan, A. K. (2017, June 16-20). Book signing panel. Sleep monsters and superheroes: Empowering children through creative dreamplay. IASD Conference 34, Anaheim, CA.

Morgan, A. K. (Summer, 2018). Became an IASD Board Director.

Morgan, A. K. (2018, June 16-20). Book signing for Dreamer's powerful tiger: A new lucid dreaming classic for children and parents of the 21st century. IASD Conference 35, Scottsdale, AZ.

Morgan, A. K. (January, 2019). IASD Regional Representatives Contact Person

 

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