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Have you ever woken with the memory of being with someone that felt more like a genuine meeting than a dream? Like most aspects of dreaming, mutual dreams come layered with metaphors, personal histories, and a deep sense of being connected with each other.
Mutual dreams move us from ordinary life to something more extraordinary and mysterious. We can dream of people we later meet in waking life. We can dream of people we love right at the moment they are in crisis. People in dream groups can find their dreams begin to intertwine with each other over time. Expectant mothers and fathers dream of meeting their children. Bereaved people dream of loved ones who return just for a moment.
I will bring in a few examples of mutual dreams and the questions they have raised for me, as a springboard for a night of sharing.
Bring in a mutual dream you have had. If you don't remember a mutual dream, you can set an intention to remember one this month. Bring crayons or pens and paper as well to draw the dreams, and we will hold them up and gather our questions and best ideas for how they enrich our lives.
We might not find the definitive explanation for these extraordinary dreams, but we can explore and delight in them together.
Have good dreaming! Jeanne
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