Tags: ‘dream group’

Putting Some Kick in It: Three Tips for Spicing up Your Dreaming Practice

How’s your dreaming practice these days? If you’re like me, from time to time dreams get pushed to the back burner. We go through phases when life is exceptionally busy, we’re exceptionally tired, and we don’t feel like bothering with writing and working with our dreams. We murmur to ourselves, half-asleep, “Ugh, I’m so tired. […] Read more


This is a blog about personal power.

This is a blog about personal power. What is personal power? Personal power is embodying the Self and its natural tendencies of fluidity, flexibility, possibility. Personal power is looking without judgment at blocks and challenges, and using the power of the imagination to resolve and move through them. Personal power is identifying our uniqueness and […] Read more


How to Start a Dream Group

First of all, why would anyone start a dream group? The short answer is that dreams are important. Dreams are the language of our being. They tell us who we are, where we are, what our potential is, where we are blocked, and how to get past that block in order to fulfill our potential. […] Read more

From Out of the Darkness Comes the Light

Hello Everyone! I’ve come out of my August Pause to turn onto the busy corner of fall where we leave the carefree vacations of summer for resumed working routines and renewed responsibilities. It’s a time when all of nature is occupied with harvesting, gathering, and shoring up their stores for winter. Fall is a rhythm […] Read more


The Power of Speaking in the Present

One of the practices of the dream work I teach is to write your dreams in present tense, and speak to them in the present tense. We also open dreams in the present tense. The reason we work with dreams in the present tense is because dreams are happening right now. To put something in […] Read more