Embodied DreamworkFinding Voice, Finding Body, Finding Soul
Dreams do not come from a self-help book, they do not come from an expert dreamer or dream interpreter, they do not come from ancient texts written by anonymous authors, they do not come from scientists, they do not come from mystics, they do not come from religious leaders.
Dreams come from you. Your dream landscape. Your liminal space of dreaming.
The question is really – what can your dreams offer you. The answer for each of us is as individual as each of us.
For some, the dreams open a journey that is about facing into a life crisis – past or present. For some, the dreams open a journey of self discovery into creativity and expression. For some, the dreams offer a way through healing trauma so we can become. For some, the dreams open a journey through regressive work, meaning opening the possibility of working with material from previous lifetimes or working with our lineage. For some, the dreams open a journey that is spiritual. For some, it is all of these things.
What is the How of Dreams?
Dreams teach us through story, through the way we experience the dream landscape inside of us and through relationship with the figures who come in our dreams. Click below for more.
The Language of Dreams
The Dialect of Dreams
The Provocateurs in Dreams