Dream Circle Members Your Journey Starts Here. Dream Circles are unforgettable experiences. Dream Circles reveal the creative power and pure potential bursting through your sleep every night. The spirit of Dream Circle is one of discovery, exploration, community and knowledge sharing.
Through dream circles you bring ancient wisdom to your present-day experiences; you learn from the greatest minds to explore the unconscious realm, and from each other. Perhaps most importantly, you learn the language of your imagination and enter into a lifelong relationship with your dreams.
"Your vision will become clear only when you look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens." ~ Carl G. Jung
Have you had a dream that feels important lately? A powerful dream you can’t get out of your mind? Or maybe you’re having a recurring dream, and you want to understand it. Or a nightmare, and you want it to go away. It’s happened to me too.
These big dreams stay with you, for weeks or years. If you turn your attention to the dream, it feels alive, almost like it still wants something. And it does. It wants to be understood by your conscious mind.
Books popularizing dream analysis can be fun and open the door to thinking deeply about your own dreams, but what some books offer is more like horoscopes than accurate tools of analysis, according to Emily Anhalt, a doctor of clinical psychology and psychological consultant. “Dream interpretation is not a one-size-fits-all tool in any capacity,” Anhalt said. Instead of a best-selling book, she recommends working with a specialist who is trained in dream interpretation and can help you to understand your dreams in the context of your own life.
“Dream analysis is a key component in the process of becoming whole as a person,” Sumber explains. Dreams reveal a person’s “deepest desires and deepest wounds.” So, analyzing your dreams helps you gain a deeper understanding of yourself. When you understand yourself better, you can have more confidence, through accepting and loving yourself more you can blossom and so can your relationships.
Why We Dream
“Dreaming is non-essential when it comes to survival as a body but is essential with regard to our development and evolution as metaphysical beings,” according to Sumber, who studied global dream mythology at Harvard University and Jungian dream interpretation at the Jung Institute in Zurich.
Dreaming is the communication between our conscious mind and our unconscious mind, helping people create wholeness, he says. “Dreams are the bridge that allows movement back and forth between what we think we know and what we really know.”
Letting Your Subconscious Help Solve Business Problems
By Steve Lebeau
Perhaps it should not be surprising that about 10% of the respondents to our CEO Survey said they used dreams to help solve their problems. Dream expert Sheila McNellis Asato* says people have always used dreams to solve problems.
During the industrial revolution, the development of mass-produced cloth outpaced innovations in sewing, which was still done by hand. Nobody could figure out how to build a machine that could sew. That’s when Elias Howe started having recurrent nightmares about being attacked by cannibals thrusting spears in his face. He’d always wake up in fright, but one night he decided to just keep dreaming. He let the cannibals get closer until he saw their spears had holes at their tips. Voila! The secret to inventing the sewing machine was to move the eye of the needle from the end to the tip.
A contemporary example is that the origin of Google was a dream the Founder and CEO Larry Paige had during college. Many contemporary examples exist of similar creations. This conforms to the comments we received from several CEOs.
What We Will Do At Our Meetings:
We will meet the first and third Wednesday each month at 6 PM at my home in St Petersburg. The address will be given to you upon registration. The $10 FEE will be collected at the door.
We will learn from each other how to capture our dreams, then share and interpret them in a safe environment and learn to have "a dialogue between your ego and yourself"
Jung believed the psyche to be a self-regulating organism in which the role of dreams is to lead a person to wholeness through what Jung calls "a dialogue between the ego and the self". The self aspires to tell the ego what it does not know, but it should. This dialogue involves fresh memories, existing obstacles, and future solutions.
Are you in? Seating is limited so register now, please. Bring your dreams. If you have not collected your dreams yet, no worry, come and learn how to capture your dreams for the next meeting. It’s more fun when we do it together! Let’s have some fun!