My training and personal journey includes working with dreams. Dreams are full of symbolic meaning and imagery that are rich with potential. Many clients who are drawn to depth work find dream work a creative process that urges them on to deeper growth.

What we know from Freud and Jung is that our conscious mind is only a fraction of our whole psyche. Deep within is the vast unconscious, home to a rich and fertile inner psychic world every bit as real and influential on behavior as the physical and external world. Dreams are an expression of our unconscious. They are a manifestation of the intelligent source within, that wisdom source we all possess. They are dynamic images as real as the external world and, when taken as such, offer the possibility of a powerful awakening to a life more resonate with who we are. Dream work is a fascinating way to get to the root and heart of what is happening within. Jung says, “The dream shows the inner truth and reality of the patient as it really is; not as I conjecture it to be, and not as he would like it to be, but as it is.”

Wondering, pondering, curious about your untapped potential? Consider your dreams a source, an inner guide to awakening the depths stirring within. We can build a practice of working with your dreams to help you dive deeper and closer to your truest self.