12 Week Dream Work
12 Week Dream Work
This years primary focus is Active Imagination with a minor focus on Mandalas.
Join me Tuesday evenings, 7pm to 9pm
November 5th 2019 – December 10 & January 14 to February 18th 2020
Our dreams often show us a view that is different from what we believe or are consciously aware of in our waking life. Living Mindfully includes attending to the powerful messages from our dreams.
Some dreams are vivid, emotional, and dramatic markers of a particular Journey stage. Other dreams can be unclear; they may address multiple situations in our lives.
Part of the evening will review dream-work ‘best practices’. The balance of the evening we will work our dreams.
This year we explore the metaphor of dreams and we will dive deep into active imagination as a means of exploring dream perspectives.
We also use David Gordon’s book Mindful Dreaming as a frame of reference. David has a profoundly clear and useful approach to dream navigation blending the best of Mindfulness practices and Dream wisdom.
“Wednesday dream work is a highlight in my week” – recent client comment
Enjoy this comment from James Hollis on the value of dreams and reclaiming inner authority in the second half of life.
Dreaming is Close at Hand
We dream every night…but what do our dreams mean and what are they trying to tell us? Understand some of what your dreams are telling you and how to benefit from the profound guidance they offer in your everyday life.
Active Imagination and Dreams – Summer 2020
Join me at the IASD conference in Arizona this summer. I offer a one week dream group working daily with active imagination and dreams.
Integrating Dream Mentors via Sensing Types – Summer 2019
IASD conference in Holland summer of 2019, June 24th. I gave a workshop on the Sensing Channels Method for to magnify your understanding of the messages dream mentors bring.
The process I have developed rests on Donna Eden and David Feinstein’s body of work associated with dominant sensing types: kinesthetic, auditory, visual and thinking/analytic. We now understand that each of us is dominant in one of these channels of experience. For most of us there is also a secondary channel of dominance.
Creativity and Inspiration
Dreams are a primary sources of human creativity and problem solving. Virtually all cultures throughout time have honored the wisdom available from dreams. Yet, in our own society, few of us realize the profound guidance they offer us each night.
Dreams offer assistance in our daily lives–working within us each night to provide support, healing and greater clarity about our life’s purpose. The healing energy carried by our dreams enables us to shift our perspectives about who we are and what we need to live our life more authentically. This is a powerful source of guidance from our psyche that help us develop an individualized “working map” through the corridors of our life.