Dream Work

Dreams come in the service of health and wholeness.
— Jeremy Taylor

Often a time of transition is signaled by increased dream activity. Although these dreams may be confusing or disturbing at the time, when understood they frequently give meaningful direction for one's life.

Decoding the symbolic language of your dreams can provide a greater self-awareness and increase your understanding of others.


Where to Start

Begin by keeping a journal of your dreams and watch for patterns and themes as they develop. Set an intention when you go to bed to remember your dreams. Some people keep a journal by their bed so they can write them down as soon as they wake up. I find it useful to remain in bed long enough to remember what I was dreaming and then get up and write it down after I've played it back in my head. That seems to secure it in my "memory bank" a bit longer.

Dream work can be included in both coaching and spiritual direction if you would like. One-on-one work focused solely on dreams is also available upon request. 

Occasionally, I offer classes and retreats on dreams as well as short-term dream groups. For more information, feel free to contact me

I love hearing from dreamers!

Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.
— Carl Jung