There is a realm just beyond our waking life where very different rules for time, space, and experience exist. It is a place full of stories and adventure told through a language of symbolic messages, helpful allies, and fantastical lands. This realm is accessed through our dreams and for the especially attuned- through waking life as well. Dreaming and the tradition of dream work has been a central spiritual practice of many ancient cultures from around the globe. Unfortunately, this powerful tradition has fallen by the wayside in most contemporary societies due to a misconception that dreams are simply meaningless hyperbole generated by the mind.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Thankfully, many folks are remembering the ways and welcoming this mystical gift back into daily practice. Through a devoted relationship with the imaginal realm, those adept at deciphering the language of their dreams are bestowed a gift of incalculable value for both their individual path and the collective unfolding. For it is in dreams that we glimpse the nature of the multiverse, our place within the cosmic story, and the interconnected energies / archetypes that weave every living being together. By collecting and interpreting dreams, we are in direct dialogue with spirit, and in deep communication with our heart. When we are aligned with our heart & spirit, we show up in the world animated with universal wisdom and live more aligned with the greater cycles while in service to the heart of being. This brings forward more love, compassion and empathy for all beings and can cultivate radical transformation within and without.
The Dream Lodge, a new addition to the Spirit Weavers Village, has been created to celebrate the rich history of dream work and bring the traditions of dreaming cultures to the gathering. The Collective Dream Ceremony offers folks a unique opportunity to practice collective dreaming overnight and then awake to connect and share with one another in a morning dream circle. Dreamers of all levels and experience are encouraged to participate.