About Angel Kwan-Yin Morgan

An experienced dream-arts educator since 1995, Angel has the knowledge and understanding of a diverse range of multi-cultural perspectives on dreams and creative expression.  With a Ph.D. in Psychology, an M.A. in Human Development, and a B.A. in Theater & Film, Visual Art, and World Arts & Cultures, Angel continues to walk a path of lifelong learning.

She is a lucid dreamer who started learning about her own dreams when she was four years old from her father, a psychologist who gave her tools from Kilton Stewart’s Senoi Dream Theory.

Angel is a mother of two, who share and express their dreams in creative ways that are unique to them. She is an experienced Waldorf teacher who has worked with many individuals and groups of children, teens, and adults of all ages.

She has brought Senoi-Inspired Dream Education to students and faculty of West Coast learning communities such as the Rudolf Steiner College, and the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.

Experienced professionally as an actor, director, dancer, singer-songwriter, and visual artist, Angel is a published poet, author, illustrator and documentary filmmaker. 


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

Morgan, A. K. (2009). Guest review: Coraline. In Russo, R. (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 Russo, R. (Ed.), Dreamtime magazine. 27(3),

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).      http://www.academia.edu/924977/Investigating_experienced_links_between_dreams_and_

Morgan, A. K. (2011). People of the dream. In Morgan, R. F. (Ed.), Trauma psychology
     in context: International vignettes and applications from a lifespan clinical-community
     psychology perspective.

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 Cambridge      University Press.

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.      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dreamscloud/dream-interpretation_b_4603613.html

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. (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:      http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/jtp.2014.12

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. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.      http://goo.gl/HmIzRk

Children’s Book

Abell, A. M. (2005). The Alphabliss of Miss. Chico, CA: Morgan Foundation
     Publishers. http://www.amazon.com/Alphabliss-Miss-Angel-Morgan-

Featured In

 Dwyer, R., Van De Castle, R., & Pimm, B. (2010). Dreams as a
     multidimensional expression of PSI. Explore: The Journal of Science and
. 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 Dreams
     Cloud at IASD. Berkeley, CA: Carpathia Films.
     Part 1:  http://www.dreamscloud.com/dreamscloudtv/viewShow/30
     Part 2:  http://www.dreamscloud.com/dreamscloudtv/viewShow/31

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

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.


Morgan, A. K. (Director). (2010). Linked: The dream-creativity connection.
     [Motion Picture]. Ashland, OR: Independent Production.

Teaser Trailer:



“Angel has immense intellectual ability and is especially gifted by her ability to hone this intellect with critical thinking thus making her a very creative individual… Angel has also devoted a lot of her life to the study of dreaming psychology in varied cultural context.  Her sensitivity to another approach of being in the life-world gives her a rare ability to do research in a manner that is sorely lacking in our field.  Angel brings with her the tools and seeds of transformation for our culture which is psychologically and spiritually bankrupt at this time.  Angel is a person that will bring much to our field and society.”
- Eduardo Duran, Ph.D.

“The record will show that her travels and life experiences have taken her to many places, resulting in the evolution of an educator and thinker with keen insight and seasoned skills.  I have known few individuals whose growing up years were tempered by encounters with such luminaries as Rollo May, Eduardo Duran, Clara Stewart Flagg and others.  Her unique life journey has also included extensive training and practice in theater, Waldorf Education, Senoi Dreamwork, and Tibetan Buddhism… Angel is refreshingly straightforward with people; she “presents” with a refreshing candor and absence of guile and pretension.  At the same time, she is a compassionate listener of the heart.”
- Benjamin Tong, Ph.D

“For me to speak of Angel, is to sound smitten, because I am- in that in her, a deep longing I’ve been carrying was met: to find a knowledgeable and skillful mentor I could trust impeccably, who would guide me in my exploration of the dreamtime world.  Having been raised since her early childhood in the ancient lucid-dreaming tradition of the Senoi, I feel has given Angel the unique depth of ‘living from whence she speaks.’  I experience in her presence- what I would consider to be a living transmission.  And I don’t say this lightly or to be corny and ‘new-agey.’  I say this because I am changed in her presence: she stirs something deep within me, where I am reconnected with forgotten dreams, where my perception into another realm opens, and my dream retention is hugely increased.  I highly, highly recommend for anyone who is even slightly interested in offering their life to help bring forth peace on this planet to work with Angel, who has taken her place, and added her considerable body of work to a dreamtime lineage of one of the most peaceful human communities that ever existed!”
- Maria Mazhary

“Angel is an extremely creative person and can be counted on to deliver some original product or teaching format whenever she becomes involved in a new venture. I was particularly impressed with her plans to develop a novel architectural structure to facilitate dreaming interaction for a variety of different kinds of dreamers. I would rank Angel in the top one or two percent with regards to such interpersonal skills as warmth, sensitivity, compassion, and supportive skills in working with a wide range of age groups and social classes.”
- Robert Van de Castle, Ph.D.

"Angel Morgan is an exceptional artist, and educator whose talents are wide ranging and multifaceted. I eagerly welcome the opportunity to work with her again and congratulate anyone who has the good fortune to do the same."        
- Marco Sanchez,
Producer, Lyceum Films

"I have known Angel since 2003 and am consistently amazed by her positivity, enthusiasm, and creativity when it comes to teaching and education. Angel cares deeply about her students and works hard so that they can succeed. I think she is simply an awesome teacher and highly recommend her."        
- Jeremiah Turner,
Waldorf Speech & Drama

"Her facility with dreamwork, and her ability to bring this resource and practice to others offers them depth in their personal understanding and can enrich their lives. She has also made major contributions in Saybrook seminars, giving from her expertise to other students. It is a pleasure to work with Angel."     
- Ruth Richards, Ph.D.


Morgan, A. K. (Director). (2013). Dreambridge: Reasons to build it. [YouTube Series]. Ashland,      OR & Waimea, HI: Independent Production.

1st Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGlf2I3VYlE


Morgan, A. K. (Director). (2014). Child development and dreams. [YouTube Series]. Ashland,      OR: Independent Production.


1. Expecting parents and dreams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QVE3htyRzE
2. New parents and dreams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g4Vzie4Yfg
3. Honoring children’s dreams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpIe0-RKWm4
4. Teen development and dreams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZQ6o1ikMWQ


Morgan, A. K. (Director). (2014). Conversations with artists about dreams. [YouTube           Series]. Ashland, OR: Independent Production.


1. Kevin Christman Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYB18J0wMKI
2. Kevin Christman Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ID-UVLoKk4
3. Victoria Christian: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctmantWey7s
4. Denise Kester: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHdSVVbnf4o


Morgan, A. K. (Director). (2014). Dream News 2050. [YouTube video].
     Ashland, OR: Independent Production.


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