It is my intention to offer a new series of four evenings to explore dreams and active imagination in the fall, 2011. The concept of dream work emanated with Sigmund Freud and was refined by Carl Jung and more recently by James Hollis and Robert Johnson amongst others. We all dream six or seven times a night but frequently dreams never make it into conscious awareness. Not all dreams have the same value and we need to learn to differentiate types of dreams. Join me this fall in an exploration of your dreams and what they mean.
- Learning to differentiate types of dreams and discern which are likely to be meaningful.
- How to facilitate remembering dreams and keeping track.
- To explore the principles of dream analysis and how to tend a dream.
- Exploration of the relationship between the imagination and dreams and how symbols are created in dreams
- Introduction to dream partnering
- Looking at the dream in the context of your life..
- An exploration of energy, feelings and consciousness in dreams.
- Learning to understand archetypes and their influence on dreams.
- Introduction to dream partnering.
- Experiential dream partnering.
- Working with the active imagination.
- Exploring animals in dreams.
- The value of dream books.
- The power of drawing in dreams and active imagination.
- Exploring the dream in the context of the soul’s landscape.
- Using oracles in dream interpretation.
Cost $20.00 each evening
What Others Have Said
“It’s wonderful to work with Trevor who is so knowledgeable and passionate about exploring dreams. I would recommend his sessions to anyone interested in learning more about themselves through understanding their dreams.” Vaune Kolber
“I found the sessions I was able to attend to be simply excellent. I loved the opening meditations, your flow in bringing the content into application, and your style in honouring of individual input. Thank you for showing us a craft that you have obviously invested time and energy in mastering.” Joyce Gwilliam
“The harder I tried, the less I remembered my dreams! However, Trevor’s encouragement was unequivocal, warm and full of wonderful suggestions. Even mere dream fragments proved to be much more than my ego realized!” Ursula Beale
For more info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Items to bring: a pen and a journal