For those who are prolific dreamers or for those who wish to dream more...spend the day exploring the elusive language of dreams. Shamanic journeying following the heartbeat of the drum will take you to the Lower World for a power animal retrieval, the Upper World for guidance and the Middle World for dream re-entry. Dream-tracking with a partner teaches the inter-relatedness of our worlds and the fun of synchronicity and overlapping insights. Raise your spirits and spend the day learning new ways to access your deeper sources of inner wisdom. Dreams nudge one to grow, as they continually seek harmony and balance while cultivating compassion for oneself along the way. Our dreams call us to change so we are living more connectedly with ourselves and others.
Dreams guide us to re-connect with soul, to confront illness and heal, to transform our demons into allies and bring our shadows into the light of day. Step aside from the ego's agenda and listen to the deeper nudgings of psyche or soul. Dream re-entry to the dream source empowers the dreamer to be their own catalyst for change- to bring back the dream’s message, to find an answer or decide on an appropriate course of action.
Bring your dreams to explore - recurring themes, nightmares, ‘big’ dreams or fragments - even a remembered colour is available as a doorway to the dream realms. The dream you have been pondering on may be the other half of your story - reflecting back answers beyond the rationality of our mind speak. What dream are you creating and living?
The Shamanic Dream Workshop is a pre-requisite for the deeper healing work of the Soul Retrieval, Trickster and Shadow Workshops and Healthy Embodiment and Boundaries Workshops For more information please view at: https://adamashealth.com/about-2/soul-retrieval/workshops/
The workshop has a maximum of 8 participants, to ensure safe holding of sacred space while journeying. Protocols of ethics and protective "set up" are a preliminary entry point to the day.
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Image: Wikimedia Commons (Night and Sleep - Evelyn de Morgan (1878)