Thank you, Monte, for changing my life by your dream research and work, which ultimately gave me the reassurance that I needed to accept my extraordinary dreams....despite familial, societal and religious discouragements...And thank you for reminding us to honor our dreams so wisely...I have thought of you, and felt your presence, these past few days. For that I give thanks to a higher power and Grace.....Much gratitude and affection,Goshengolly
My entire generation of dreamworkers is greatly indebted by Monte's lifelong pursuit. From the establishment of the first dreamlab in the US to his work with Bohm and the new physics to his tireless travels around the world supporting dreamwork, Monte has really pioneered our society's rebirth as a dreaming culture.
Thank you, Montague Ullman, for helping me along when trying to make sense of the wonderful life we all lead when asleep. Many blessings to you and your family.
Monte believed that dream group experience would benefit all psychoanalysts in training. I learned the process from him and have been teaching it to my psychoanalytic students. There is no better path to understanding one's unconscious in a safe environment. Monte was modest, but he had genius, a special gift that was unique and original. Thank you, Monte. Your legacy lives on.Mark Blechner
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