How are the big and true dreams you’ve become aware of in your lifetime faring? Where are you ‘stuck’ in your life? What challenges or difficulties do you face that haven’t seemed to change or move on their own or with the usual tools that you may have found helpful in the past? Dreams are practical gifts that help us to identify the energies in our selves and our lives that are seeking to transform, change, move and grow. Through paying attention to our dreams, we can hone in on our deep purpose, clarify relationship issues and questions, co-create the meaningful and rich lives we know we’re capable of living and help us experience physical health and wholeness – all as a result of the experiences we have while we’re asleep at night! It’s crucial we wake up to these energies for the crafting of lives worth living.
Working with dreams in groups is a highly beneficial practice for honoring and learning from the wise energies in our dreams. Doing work with each other in a respectful and explorational fashion becomes an authentic soul practice when we engage the dreamworld together. Often, we have difficulty seeing for ourselves how our dreams offer us fresh insights about our lives and essential natures. In a dreaming community, the shared perspectives of others help us to illuminate the vital messages and truths of the Soul.
“I have been working with Travis on dream material both in group and one on one for close to 2 years now. One thing I enjoy about dream work is that it tends to be a playful approach to encountering my inner life. Travis’ particular style of guiding the process is a magical blending of intuitive wisdom grounded in a well-developed understanding of the human condition and our archetypal influences. I regularly have “a-ha” moments working with Travis that I couldn’t have gotten to on my own. I recommend these groups for anyone whose dreams speak to them.” ~ Valerie Hope
In Person Groups
Four Directions Dream Group
Tending the Hearth that Feeds Us
A Dream Group for Healers, Helpers & Therapists
“A deeper conscious encounter with dreams and myths can nurture creative imagination, creative self-realization and expression, compassion and courage in ways that no other effort of attention can achieve; and these are, and have always been, the qualities and energies we need to confront and transform our eternal human predicament.”
Jeremy Taylor, The Living Labyrinth, Exploring Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams, and the Symbolism of Waking Life