You May Say I am a Dreamer...
You may say I am a dreamer, but I am not the only one.”
“Working with dreams means remembering and exploring the dreams from sleep with an eye to their deeper meanings. Each one of us is uniquely blind to the deeper meanings of our own dreams, and dream work helps us see what amazing gifts are there, just below the surface of “manifest content” and obvious appearance.
It is my assumption that all dreams come in the service of health and wholeness and that only the dreamer knows for certain what their dream means.
What follows is only a reflection of patterns of recognition that other dreamers have had in exploring similar dreams. Remember, your own “aha!” of recognition is the only reliable indication that these common, archetypal meanings actually apply to your dream.
I subscribe fully to the same confidentiality agreements that any therapeutic environment I use offers and urge everyone to use it as a basic guideline for work with their own and other people’s dreams.
Interested in non-ordinary states of consciousness for over 20 years and specifically interested in dreams for as long as I can remember. I was inspired to become a therapist after studying Sigmund Freud’s Interpretations of Dreams at the young age of fourteen. My goal is to offer what I have been studying in the form of a “dream group”. This work has given me profound insights that I have integrated in my personal and professional life. Hoping to share the same opportunity with you. There are classic or archetypal dreams, which come up time and again. I would like to extend an invitation for a Healing Souls dream workshop. This will be offered in installments that will incorporate dream topics and dream sharing.
Ryan is a Marriage and Family Therapist that works with the spiritual growth and coaches clients through spiritual emergency. Please contact Ryan at 952.261.5269 or firstname.lastname@example.org