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Everyone dreams, and almost all of us remember dreams, at least occasionally. Since recorded history began, humans have wondered what these nighttime visitations mean—and I bet you have wondered, too. Working with your dreams from an imaginal perspective can be transformative and life-changing.
Are you ready for a life-changing experience? Would you like having some help in working with YOUR dreams? “Dream symbol” books can only go so far. I’ll help you develop your own list of dream symbols, and teach you some techniques for remembering and understanding your dreams.
We don’t just work with the dreams themselves. We work with a much bigger set of symbols: patterns of events in your life, synchronicities, and other “meaningful mysteries” that link us with the imaginal world.
The result? You’ll gain lots more information about your own personal mythology and your own patterns of behavior, and a far better understanding of why things happen the way they do in your life. You’ll make better decisions and feel more comfortable about things that up until now have seemed to be completely random.
Here are some examples of how I’ve worked with my own dreams. You’ll notice that it’s not JUST the dreams that I look at, but rather, everything that’s going on at the moment in question. There is so much information in the small details of our lives, and so much information from non-rational sources. It’s a shame we’re not taught to use all of it!
I’ll help you create a framework for understanding all these non-rational sources of information. Come work with me!
Meanwhile, take a look at these dream analyses:
“Five Dreams: Pieces of a Puzzle”
This post isn’t about a dream, but it shows my approach to seemingly unrelated life events: