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Dreams can be practical, helpful and prophetic. They can help us deal with the complexities of daily life and are amongst the most helpful experiences we can use in our personal development. But, how do we fully relate to these gifts from our inner world?

This 4-day Summit features varied perspectives of 12 expert dream and depth psychology workers to guide you towards harnessing the power of dreams. They share varied perspectives, techniques and make old wisdom accessible as they guide you in how your application of these expressions from the other world can aid your own development journey.

Do you need answers to matters related to your own personal relationships, vocation, health and overall well being?

Dreams were a foundational part of Carl Jung’s work. During the Summit you’ll discover how your dreams can be utilized to not only answer complex questions, but also how to truly harness the creative power of dreams in new and different ways.

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Day 1

John van Eenwyk

John van Eenwyk

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Topic:

Introduction to Jungian Dreamwork

This lecture is an introduction to Jungian dreamwork. Jung’s mentor and colleague, Freud, described dreams as “the royal road to the unconscious”. Building on that idea, John van Eenwyk describes dreams as playdates with the unconscious. Regardless of how we define and interpret dreams, they offer us endless opportunities to strengthen our relationship between conscious and unconscious. To begin, we will dive into a description of dreams and discuss best practices for recording them. Then, we’ll list several types of dreams and examine how to interpret each category. Finally, we’ll look at different topics of dreams: persona, shadow, animus, and nightmares.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • A Jungian approach towards dreams;
  • How to work with nightmares;
  • How dreams can be seen to express the persona and shadow.

About John Eenwyk:

Dr. John R. Van Eenwyk received his PhD in religion and psychological studies from the University of Chicago. His teaching career began at Harvard University, where he was a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Social Relations. He has taught psychology at Northwestern University (Chicago) and at the C. G. Jung Institutes in Zurich, Chicago and the Pacific Northwest.

Dr. Van Eenwyk lives in Olympia, Washington, where he is a clinical psychologist and Jungian Analyst in private practice, an ordained priest in the Episcopal Church, a Clinical Instructor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, an Adjunct Professor at Antioch University and a Senior Analyst at the Pacific Northwest Society of Jungian Analysts. The founder and Clinical Director of the International Trauma Treatment Program, he has authored Archetypes and Strange Attractors: The Chaotic World of Symbols (Inner City Books) and Clinical Chaos: The Strange Attractors of Childhood Trauma (Inner City Books), he publishes widely and lectures internationally on both Jungian psychology and the treatment of torture survivor

Clare Johnson

Clare Johnson

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Topic:

Lucid Dreaming as a Way for Personal Growth

Join Dr. Clare Johnson to learn more about the transformative potential of lucid dreaming and how lucid dreaming relates to your personal journey. According to Clare, lucid dreaming is not only tremendous fun, it’s also an incredible source of healing. Becoming lucid in a dream and engaging consciously with deep unconscious imagery can help people to overcome trauma, cure recurrent nightmares, deepen creativity and learn new skills. When you realize in a dream that you’re dreaming the veil of illusion drops. This sharpens your own consciousness and it may help you find your way in life.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • The benefits of lucid dreaming;
  • Lucid dreaming as a tool for accessing your own potential;
  • How to tap into the creative and healing potential of lucid dreaming.

About Clare Johnson:

Dr. Clare Johnson, PhD, was the first person in the world to write a PhD on lucid dreaming as a creative tool. A life-long lucid dreamer, she is the most recent past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. Clare is the author of seven dream books including the acclaimed Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming. Her most recent book is The Art of Lucid Dreaming. Its dark but luminous counterpart, The Art of Transforming Nightmares, comes out in early 2021. Clare runs Lucid Dreaming Ocean Retreats and online workshops, and is the creator of www.DeepLucidDreaming.com where she responds to questions about lucid dreams, nightmares, sleep paralysis and other strange and fascinating sleep-related experiences.

Stephen Aizenstat

Stephen Aizenstat

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Dream Tending - Allowing the Soul to Inspire Our Personal Journey

Join Stephen Aizenstat in this talk about Dream Tending; a technique that Aizenstat developed as a result from decennia of dream research. A central idea in this method is that dreams come to us and have a life of their own. Dreams come from a deeper source and so it’s not only about interpreting a dream or analyzing it, but also about allowing it in its alive actuality to come forward in the room, to be present and listened to. We can explore the felt sense of the dream. This way we connect and engage with the dream. Stephen Aizenstat explains how his approach to dreams is a dream image-centered approach to dreams rather than a person-centered approach. He suggests we follow where the image is taking us and allow the world of imagination to come to us through our dreams. This way we allow the soul to come in our experiences and to inspire our personal journeys.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • What Dream Tending entails;
  • How to apply Dream Tending technique to your own dream images;
  • How to be inspired by the living images in dreams.

About Stephen Aizenstat:

Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., has devoted his life to understanding the profound wisdom and healing power that exists within each of us. He is Founding President of Pacifica Graduate Institute. He has explored the power of dreams through depth psychology and his own research for more than 35 years. His Dream Tending methodologies extend traditional dream work to the vision of an animated world and his work opens creativity and the generative process. His book, Dream Tending, describes multiple new applications of dreamwork in relation to health and healing, nightmares, the World’s Dream, relationships, and the creative process.

He is affiliated with the Earth Charter International project through the United Nations, where he has spoken. Professor Aizenstat has been mentored by and collaborated with many notable masters in the field including Joseph Campbell, James Hillman, Marion Woodman and Robert Johnson. He has conducted sold-out Dream Tending seminars, workshops and “pop-up” events in the U.S., Asia and Europe.

Day 2

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche

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Dream Yoga - A Tibetan Approach to Dreams

Dive into a Tibetan perspective on dreaming and discover how Dream Yoga practices can lead to greater happiness in both our waking and dreaming states. In this Tibetan tradition, lucid dreaming is not an end in itself, but it is an awareness practice you can engage in to achieve liberation. Dream Yoga is a practice that deepens your awareness during the dreams at night, as well as during the day. Understanding how your mind creates these dreams will guide you into an understanding of how the mind forms your waking reality. This understanding can then also allow us to become free as we encounter and eliminate the blocks and limitations to our liberation / enlightened state. Through our dreams we can learn to know ourselves as they allow us to process the day, such as our thoughts, feelings and distorted perceptions.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • That dreams are a processing mechanism;
  • Nighttime and daytime experiences are both important in getting to know yourself;
  • That inner freedom is the result of Dream Yoga.

About Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche:

Founder and director of Ligmincha International, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche is a well-known teacher and meditation master in the Bön Buddhist tradition of Tibet. He is dedicated to the study and the practice of the teachings of the Bon tradition. He has a gift to make this tradition available to a large public.

He is the acclaimed author of numerous books, including: The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep; Tibetan Sound Healing; Wonders of the Natural Mind; Healing With Form, Energy and Light: The Five Elements in Tibetan Shamanism, Tantra, and Dzogchen; Unbounded Wholeness (with Anne Carolyn Klein); Awakening the Sacred Body; Tibetan Yogas of Body, Speech and Mind; and Awakening the Luminous Mind (Hay House, 2012).

Tina Stromsted

Tina Stromsted

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Dream Dancing - Dance New States of Consciousness Into Your Life

Tina Stromsted teaches us how to use our bodies to get in touch with the healing and creative energies present in our dreams. Dancing is not only fun, but also offers a soulful and effective way of experiencing dreams on a deeper level. Tina will show us how we can experience different energy forms embodied in our dreams, while we explore figures, objects and dreamscapes through dancing.
Jung considered dance as one of the forms of the Active Imagination and this technique doesn’t require a deep understanding of dreamwork, making it easy to for both the beginner and advanced dreamer to practice. Come and discover the new and exciting experience dream dancing has to offer. You’ll learn how to bring the energy of the dreams into your daily life and dance more joyfully through your existence.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • How to bring the energy of the dream into your daily life;
  • How to get in touch with a dream character through dance;
  • Learn an experiential way of working with a dream.

About Tina Stromsted:

Tina Stromsted, Ph.D., MFT, LPCC, BC-DMT, RSME/T is a Jungian psychoanalyst, Board Certified Dance/Movement therapist, and Somatic psychotherapist and educator. Past co-founder and faculty of the Authentic Movement Institute in California, she was a founding faculty member of the Women’s Spirituality Program, and faculty in the Somatic Psychology and Expressive Arts Therapy departments at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Currently she teaches at the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, the Depth Psychology & Somatics Doctoral program at Pacifica Graduate Institute, and as a core faculty member for the Marion Woodman Foundation.

With 40 years of clinical experience in hospitals, community mental health, and in private practice, her numerous articles and book chapters explore the integration of body, psyche, soul, relationship and community in healing and transformation. She has been co-leading the PreCongress Day in Active Imagination in Movement sessions at the International Association for Analytical Psychology Congresses with analysts Joan Chodorow, Marion Woodman and colleagues for nearly twenty years, and has presented at and organized many programs and conferences on Embodied Jung, BodySoul work, DreamDancing, Embodied Alchemy and other depth-oriented themes in international settings. Dr. Stromsted lectures and teaches at universities and healing centers in many parts of the world and her private practice in San Francisco.

Machiel Klerk

Machiel Klerk

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Topic:

Asking the Dream for Guidance

Join JungPlatform Founder, Machiel Klerk, in this talk about dream incubation. This is an age-old technique in which you can ask your night time dreams for help and guidance. Asking your dreams for help appears in almost any spiritual tradition around the world and Machiel has distilled a simple and effective technique that can be used in present day.
During this session he’ll take us through his personally developed, powerful five-step formula and explain the steps a person can take to, quite literally, live their dream life.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • How to ask the dream a question;
  • How to apply dream incubation in your personal journey;
  • Some guidelines for dreamwork.

About Machiel Klerk:

Machiel Klerk is a licensed mental health therapist, with a specialty in working with dreams. He is also an international speaker and dedicated social entrepreneur. Machiel has studied Jungian and depth psychology for more than 25 years. His resonance with Carl Jung first led him to the Jung Institute in Zurich for a summer program, and later to the Pacifica Graduate Institute in California where he obtained a Masters Degree and trained to become a psychotherapist. He also completed a three-year training program in depth psychology and dreamwork with Robert Bosnak.

Machiel has immersed himself in the World of Dream and has studied the significance and use of dreams in a wide variety of cultures. He’s taken the most valuable learnings and insights from ancient civilizations like the Greeks, African tribes, Buddhist monks, as well as more contemporary thought leaders in the field, distilled those learnings and developed his own style of working with dreams called Dream Dialogue. His audio lecture, Rumi and the World of Dream is one of the highest selling audio products on dreams.

He has published articles and given workshops and lectures on dreams in Europe, Africa and North America. Based on a dream, Machiel founded the Jung Society of Utah and Jung Platform.

Day 3

Leslie Gray

Leslie Gray

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Topic:

A Native American Way of Being With Dreams

Leslie Gray takes us on a fascinating journey into a Native American relationship with dreams. It’s a tradition that is deep, rich, wise, and full of insight that can benefit our contemporary world view. Their understanding of dreams goes beyond an interpretative approach, and integrates the dreaming realm with our waking reality. This dream world is alive and filled with ancestors and spirit. Running parallel to our own reality, it is accessible through our waking life. Using ritual, we are able to get in touch with the dream world, and it is this contact that is essential for gathering inspiration. Our relationship to the dreaming realm should not be considered limited to the nighttime, but instead, should be viewed as a continuous practice throughout the day. Our dreams are meaningful and considered to be an important source of knowledge that can help guide us along our journey.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • A deeper understanding of Native American worldview towards dreams;
  • Native American ways of working with a dream;
  • The importance of ritual in dreamwork.

About Leslie Gray:

Dr. Leslie Gray practices psychotherapy informed by principles of indigenous healing. She is a Native American psychologist based in San Francisco. She has studied with medicine people and elders from various tribal backgrounds.

Leslie Gray teaches workshops and seminars worldwide, and conducts travel/study programs. She has lectured at universities including the University of California at Berkeley, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, and California Institute of Integral Studies.

She also is the executive director and founder of the Woodfish Institute.

Robert Moss

Robert Moss

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Topic:

Growing Big Dreams to Manifest Your Heart’s Desire

Robert Moss provides a Jungian and Shamanic view about how it’s possible to step through the gates of our everyday world, into the Other World, so we can explore the realm of imagination and dreams. He explains what kind of support is available in the dream world and teaches us how to use that support to weather tough times and embark upon traveling adventures without leaving home. Dreams can help us generate a vision for our life that is so rich and strong, that vision will want to take root in our awaken world. When we connect with our dreams, we are able to invite their support to help us realize our wishes, deepest desires, and contribute to bettering the world. Robert Moss demonstrates that it is vitally relevant, more than ever, to cultivate dream support. In this fun and wild dream talk he’ll will provide some examples related to manifesting desires and will give us instructions for materializing our dreams.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • Tap into the world of dream and imagination as a support to realize your wishes;
  • How dreams are wishes of the soul;
  • How imagination helps to create your world.

About Robert Moss:

Robert Moss has been a dream traveler since doctors pronounced him clinically dead in a hospital in Hobart, Tasmania, when he was three years old. From his experiences in many worlds, he created his School of Active Dreaming, his original synthesis of modern dreamwork and ancient shamanic and mystical practices for journeying to realms beyond the physical and growing creative imagination. He has led popular workshops all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a New York Times bestselling novelist, poet, journalist, and independent scholar.

His many books on dreaming, shamanism, and imagination include Conscious Dreaming, The Secret History of Dreaming, Dreaming the Soul Back Home, The Boy Who Died and Came Back, Sidewalk Oracles, and Mysterious Realities. His latest book, Growing Big Dreams: Manifesting Your Heart’s Desires through 12 Secrets of the Imagination is a passionate and practical call to step through the gates of dreams and imagination to survive hard times, travel without leaving home, and grow the vision of a more abundant life so rich and strong that it wants to take root in the world. He has lived in upstate New York since he received a message from a red-tailed hawk under an old white oak. More about Robert Moss on his website: https://mossdreams.com

Leslie Ellis

Leslie Ellis

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Topic:

To use Dreams in a Clinical Setting

Therapy has a natural tendency to go deeper with dreamwork. It drops you into the deep-end in a way that feels important, and oftentimes topics are raised that wouldn’t get talked about otherwise. Dreams can change the conversation, but also take you off to a deeper and more lasting conversation. Dr. Leslie Ellis, explains that working with dreams is a potent way of bringing you to the heart of the matter, even if you have no experience with dreamwork. Dreams frequently offer a deeper understanding of what’s going on and they can be used diagnostically or to track clinical progress. In addition, when your client feels stuck in life, dreams can help them see the world in a different way. They’ll weave in important memories and offer creative solutions that make sense to the individual and remains relevant to their personal path.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • Why working with dreams is helpful for clinicians;
  • Several ways to engage with dreams;
  • The importance of being open mind when working with dreams.

About Leslie Ellis:

Dr. Leslie Ellis, PhD, is an author, teacher, speaker and clinical dreamworker. Her book, A Clinician’s Guide to Dream Therapy (Routledge, 2019) offers therapists a primer in modern, experiential dreamwork. She has written numerous book chapters and articles on experiential focusing and dreamwork. Her award-winning PhD research developed a nightmare treatment process for refugees. She developed her somatic, experiential focus through extensive study of focusing.

She is currently president of The International Focusing Institute. She studied depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute and her practice is a hybrid of Jungian and focusing-oriented approaches. She is also an expert in treatment of complex trauma and post-traumatic stress injury and developed and taught trauma work at Adler University in Vancouver. Leslie is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams.

Day 4

Monika Wikman

Monika Wikman

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Topic:

Dreams for Death and Living

Have you ever met an ancestor in your dream or had a premonition about someone dying? Are you curious about what dreams might have to say about death? Jungian analyst, Monika Wikman, and dreamworker, Machiel Klerk, have a conversation about dreams related to death and how they can help us live our lives to the fullest. Carl Jung called the unconscious, the land of the dead. His life calling came to him through a spiritual visitation with ancestors who approached him and were looking for answers to their own questions about the meaning of life. For Jung, this experience altered the course of his life and helped him find his life’s purpose. Death is of supreme importance, it is inevitable, and the end goal of life. We can use death to identify our values and it can help us shape our journey throughout life. Monika shares some of her own experiences around death and her encounters with death dreams. She’ll explain why these experiences have helped her stay alive and live life with more meaning.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • How dreams can say something about our relationship with death;
  • That ancestors do show up in dreams;
  • How exploring death and dreams will make our current live more meaningful.

About Monika Wikman:

Monika Wikman Ph.D is a Jungian Analyst and astrologer. She has worked for decades with clients and their dream symbols. Monika’s analysis of dream material leads readers into a practical explanation of alchemical symbolism.

Monika Wikman has a Ph.D. in Psychology with the California School of Professional Psychology and completed the training program with the Research and Training Center for Depth Psychology according to Carl Jung and M. L. von Franz in Zurich. Her doctoral work involved the study of dreams of patients with cancer at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center.

She is the author of ‘Pregnant Darkness’. In her book she shows that alchemy is at work in everyday life. Alchemical symbolism can be applied to unraveling the meaning of visions in meditation, active imagination, and dream work.

Robert D. Romanyshyn

Robert D. Romanyshyn

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Topic:

A Dramatic Enactment of a Dream

Psychoanalysis begins with the dream as a wish. A wish presents possibilities that are contrary to fact, suggesting something that might or could be the case, or even presenting a regret about roads not taken. In this context, I approach the dream as the possibility of possibility. As such, Robert work with the images in dreams as a dress rehearsal for waking life and I describe the process for embodying their images and dramatically enacting their possibilities. This process of embodied enactment invites the dreamer to imagine who and how he or she might be if he or she were to be that image. It is a first step that allows the dream to make sense of the dreamer before he or she tries to make sense of it. Interpretation and amplification build on the embodied enactment of the dream images.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • How to use theatre techniques to feel into the dream figures;
  • How first to experience dream figures before interpreting them;
  • How to work with dreams figures throughout the day.

About Robert D. Romanyshyn:

Robert D. Romanyshyn is an Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, an Affiliate Member of The Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, and a Fellow of the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. He is also a Core Faculty Member at Jung Platform.

Author of eight books including his newly published Victor Frankenstein, the Monster and the Shadows of Technology: The Frankenstein Prophecies, he has published articles in psychology, philosophy, education and literary journals, published a book of poems, written a one act play about Frankenstein, and created a multi-media DVD entitled Antarctica: Inner journeys in the Outer World, a psychological reflection on the melting polar ice. In addition to online seminars and interviews, he has given lectures and workshops at universities and professional societies in the U.S., Europe, Australia, South Africa, Canada and New Zealand.

Robert Bosnak

Robert Bosnak

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Topic:

Embodied Dreamwork for a Change in Perspectives

Join Robert Bosnak for tuning into the creative force that is living through us. We can do this by the process of Embodied Imagination ®. This is a creative technique for working with dreams and memories; a technique that Robert pioneered. Robert sees dream images as embodiments of their own intelligences. In his approach one explores multiple images in the dream. Over time, new images or feeling states emerge, and they present a new perspective, found outside habitual consciousness. Connecting with the flow of images, is helpful, as this is the creative force that is living through us.

During this session you’ll discover:

  • What is means to be embodied by a dream;
  • How to explore images when re-entering the dream;
  • Holding multiple states/perspectives helps you to be more creative.

About Robert Bosnak:

Robert Bosnak, PsyA, is a Jungian psychoanalyst who graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich in 1977. He pioneered the Embodied Imagination method, and his current interest is focused on exploring Embodied Intelligence (MQ). Robert Bosnak is a Core Faculty Member at Jung Platform.

Robert has written several books translated into a wide variety of languages, amongst which the worldwide bestseller A Little Course In Dreams and Embodiment: Creative Imagination in Medicine, Art and Travel. He’s a Past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and founder of the Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary. He divides his life between Santa Barbara, California and Sydney, Australia. He trains the Embodied Imagination method worldwide.

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Machiel Klerk

Machiel Klerk

Jung Platform Founder

Machiel Klerk is a licensed mental health therapist, with a specialty in working with dreams. He is also an international speaker and dedicated social entrepreneur. Machiel has studied Jungian and depth psychology for more than 25 years.

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His resonance with Carl Jung first led him to the Jung Institute in Zurich for a summer program, and later to the Pacifica Graduate Institute in California where he obtained a Masters Degree and trained to become a psychotherapist. He also completed a three-year training program in depth psychology and dreamwork with Robert Bosnak.

Machiel has immersed himself in the World of Dream and has studied the significance and use of dreams in a wide variety of cultures. He’s taken the most valuable learnings and insights from ancient civilizations like the Greeks, African tribes, Buddhist monks, as well as more contemporary thought leaders in the field, distilled those learnings and developed his own style of working with dreams called Dream Dialogue. His audio lecture, Rumi and the World of Dream is one of the highest selling audio products on dreams. He has published articles and given workshops and lectures on dreams in Europe, Africa and North America. Based on a dream, Machiel founded the Jung Society of Utah and Jung Platform.

Akke-Jean Klerk

Akke-Jeanne Klerk

Jung Platform Co-Founder

Akke-Jeanne lives in Amsterdam where she provides Jungian coaching and works with people that are interested in personal development. She also delivers trainings on professional coaching for a well-known training institute in the Netherlands.

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She is the author of ‘Psychology of heartbreak’.

At Jung Platform, apart from daily management tasks, Akke-Jeanne assists in identifying and developing courses and programs. She also supports Jung Platform’s Teachers with fine-tuning their modules to ensure that our programs are always practically grounded and integratable.

In the past she has worked as a psychology lecturer at the university of applied sciences in Amsterdam. Her background consists of a Master’s in psychology, 10 years of training in Jungian Analysis and 10 years of training and coaching clients in a professional setting.

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Tending the dream image
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Stephen Aizenstat provides a three-step recipe for working with the living image. By using these steps, you can practically engage and work with any image that your dream conjures up. A great tool to work with your dreams!

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How to overcome
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Leslie Ellis

Get in-depth insight into what you can do with nightmares. Nightmares don’t have to haunt your dreams and there are many ways to work with them. After reading this article you’ll be equipped with tools and insightful perspectives for transforming nightmares.

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Introduction to Navigating
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Robert BosnakIn this introduction to Robert Bosnak’s course ‘Navigating the territory of change’, you’ll learn about ways to become more adaptable in a fast-changing world. Bosnak will explore change and adaption through the lens of depth psychology, alchemy and complexity theory.

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Robert BosnakJourney deeper into dream scenes with Robert Bosnak. During this practical exercise you’ll explore the different perspectives that are present in your own dream, so that a truly creative response can emerge.

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How You Can Benefit

Learn how to engage with your dreams in new, deeper and different ways

Connect with the Soul and tap into its wisdom, creative energy and healing potential

Tap into a varied body of dreamwork and techniques, like Lucid Dreaming, Embodied imagination and Dream Dancing

Utilize dream incubation and other methods to answer your questions and assist in your personal development journey

Discover and enhance the magic and playfulness of dreams in your own dreamwork

Move beyond dream interpretation and truly engage and relate with dreams in experiential ways

Who Should Attend

We all dream every night and for that reason we believe that everyone can benefit from this Summit, especially if you have:

An interest in personal development

A curiosity in working with the imagination and the unconscious

A longing to deepen your intuition

A passion for dreams and enjoy experiential dreamwork

A desire to learn about dream perspectives around the world

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