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Dreams Workshop
Dreams Workshop

Price: £200.00

Product Code: WRKS-DRM

Learn to interpret your own dreams
  • Tell me your dream, and I'll tell you what it means!

    Dreams reflect your own fears & hopes; your mental construct or belief system. Send me your dream, and I'll tell you what it means! Dreams are your mind’s indirect way of giving you useful information in a language that is formulated by your conscious & subconscious. I encourage my clients who are serious about developing their awareness, to work with their dreams, by starting a dream journal. Often, the mind creates symbols that represent situations and experiences that we go through. These symbols form significant components, or elements, of a dream conveying important messages, or insights, into whatever we are going through, physically and emotionally.

    If you like, it our mind's way of processing our experiences, and offering solutions. Dreams reflect your own fears and hopes- your mental construct or belief system. Your brain is ticking along- even in your sleep state! That is why I truly believe that no self-development, or awareness, journey is complete, without looking into the language of dreams. Each dream, and its meaning, is unique to its "author". If two people were to have an identical dream, the interpretation and meaning may be entirely different because the mind’s language differs from person to person. Each would have created that dream using their mind’s language, or dictionary, and therefore symbols, events or people they dream about would represent and hold individually different meaning to each of them.

    Although any dream may hold some universal symbols within it, the dream as a whole represents a unique fingerprint of an individual’s mind. As such, the message which a dream communicates would also be unique and specific to the dreamer. Over the years, this allowed me to develop a universal dictionary of the meaning of symbols in dreams; as well as what the dream, as a whole, means and what message it holds on a personal level. Your brain is ticking along- even in your sleep state! That is why I truly believe that no self-development, or awareness, journey is complete, without looking into the language of dreams. Moreover, dreaming, or sleep time, represent 30% of our lives. It is, therefore, important to pay attention to messages that come through dreams. In a session, we will take a detailed look at your dream.

    Dream Interprettion in Ancient History:
    In ancient Egypt, priests also acted as dream interpreters. Joseph and Daniel are recorded as having interpreted dreams sent from God, and indeed the Bible describes many incidents of dreams as divine revelation. Hieroglyphics depicting dreams and their interpretations are evident. One of the earliest written examples of dream interpretation comes from the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh.Gilgamesh dreamt that an axe fell from the sky. The people gathered around it in admiration and worship. Gilgamesh threw the axe in front of his mother and then he embraced it like a wife. His mother, Ninsun, interpreted the dream. She said that someone powerful would soon appear. Gilgamesh would struggle with him and try to overpower him, but he would not succeed. Eventually they would become close friends and accomplish great things. She added, “That you embraced him like a wife means he will never forsake you."

    What you will gain in a session:
    We begin by de-fragmenting the components of your dream, and then highlighting important symbols; and gradually make our way in teaching how to do the same on your own. It may be useful to look into a series of 2 or more consecutive dreams to better understand the underlying theme or message. Right as much as you can of your dream. I direct the session by asking you questions that will help to de-fragment your dream into its important components. I will highlighting important symbols, then explore what was going on in your "real life" at the time of the dream. Gradually, as we integrate both, your dream life and your real life, a picture will emerge that allows you to begin to understand your own dream language and the meaning of your dream. As an additional tool to help understand and interpret your dreams, I suggest using The Cartouche system. You can experiment with sleeping with one card under your pillow, perhaps one that relates to a question you have on your mind, or do a spread and ask what does your dream mean. Follow the interpretation of the symbols, then write down how each card relates to your situation.

    What you need:
    - Commitment! You are expected to read, practice, and prepare before each session.
    - A4 note book, as well as a journal to record your own observations, dreams, exercises and homework that will be assigned.

    Learning about your "own symbols" is an ongoing process, the benefit you will gain depends on the level of your commitment. So, practice, be patient, and pace yourself. I will guide you each step of the way as well. I have kept over 11 dream journals since 1991. The wisdom and information gained has been phenominal! For me learning all about dream interpretation, form my friend and former teacher, Jill Woods, has been a life changing experience - above all fun!
    I hope it will inspire you in the same way.

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