I believe our dreams offer gifts, jewels of knowledge and understanding. Engaging with dreams is a creative process – remembering, recording, reflecting, using tools to explore the landscape and nature of the many paths we travel during the night.
I have gone through periods of recording my dreams every day religiously. I have also gone for years without keeping a regular dream journal. There have been times in my life when I have woken up remembering my dreams and knowing the messages they have for me with no need for further recording or work. I do know that when I am in touch with my dream life, whether I record my dreams or not, I feel more at peace and more in tune with myself.
I feel privileged to have trained in Transformative Dreamwork with Maggie Peters in Stroud, England. My training was many, many years ago, but the lessons I learned have stayed with me. I believe that only the dreamer can find and know the true meaning of their dream. I do not interpret dreams; I may offer suggestions, information and questions to aid exploration but I will never presume to know what your dream truly means for you.
My recent interests include the links between night dreams and life dreams – exploring our night dreams can give us clarity in terms of life and career direction. I am also interested in the power of writing as a tool for dream exploration.
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