National Dream Hotline Fact Sheet
DREAMS, an annual hotline to answer your questions
This is the 17th Annual National Dream Hotline, beginning at 6 pm (CT) Friday, April 22, 2005 through midnight Sunday April 24, 2005. This event is a public service of the School of Metaphysics, sponsored each year to educate people about the importance and meaning of their dreams. The only charge to callers is the normal charge from their long-distance carrier.
Through the years....
Dr. Daniel Condron, President of the School of Metaphysics, was interviewed on the weekend edition of the Today Show via a live television feed from the School of Metaphysic World Headquarters. Local television spots are common and quite popular with the enterprising journalist. Some even incorporate a phone interview into the broadcast adding a touch of realism while giving a clear picture of the hotline itself.
Hundreds of radio shows in the United States and Canada feature School of Metaphysics faculty to answer dream questions or interpret dreams during call-in segments each year. One year the telephone exchange of radio station WCIN in Cincinnati is jammed because of dream calls coming into the station. The BBC, Voice of America, Radio Tokyo, and ABC (Australian Broadcasting Company) carry live feeds on dreams around the world.
Callers from all 50 states, and on four continents (Australia, Europe, Japan, and South America) have used this invaluable resource. Thousands of people call the national number or 16 local numbers each year to find answers to their dream questions or to have a dream interpreted. Thousands, perhaps millions more tune into radio broadcasts.
Noted educators, authors and lecturers such as Dr. Daniel Condron (Understanding Your Dreams) , Dr. Barbara Condron (The Dreamer's Dictionary and Every Dream is about the Dreamer), or Dr. Pam Blosser (Interpreting Your Dreams for Self Discovery) are available for either interviews or call-in segments.
Syndicated radio columnist Paul Harvey mentioned the National Dream Hotline just days before the event two years in a row.
The LifeLine section of USA Today has featured the National Dream Hotline for 6 years. Newspaper notices have appeared worldwide and interviews with papers ranging from the Atlanta Constitution-Journal to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to the Rocky Mountain News. Often the Associated Press covers the event.
Seventeen Magazine featured the National Dream Hotline in its April 1998 calendar of events, picquing the interest of hundreds of teenage girls. Glamour magazine also ran a similar notice a few years ago resulting in hundreds of early calls.
On the net lifetimetv.com which uses The Dreamer's Dictionary to fuel their popular dream decoder sponsored the first chat on dreams in conjunction with the National Dream Hotline.
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