The Dreamsharing Circle meets once a month for three hours in the evening. It has two main purposes – first, to allow members a chance to share their dreams in a safe and supportive setting and to receive feedback and input; and second, to give members a chance to practice their own dreamworking skills with guidance and coaching from me as the circle group leader.
Currently there are ten to twelve active members of the circle. On a given evening there is typically time for between two and four dreams to be shared and discussed. All group members have an opportunity to share their dream on a rotating basis, and sharing a dream at any given session is optional.
When a member shares a dream the default dreamworking approach will be the dreamworking method I have developed. Other methods and styles may also be experimented with, as long as everyone is clear about what method is being used. Members are encouraged to familiarize themselves with and adhere to the IASD Code of Ethics for working with dreams while participating in this circle.
To learn more about dream groups and their importance, listen to this radio interview I did with Patti Allen on her show Dream Investigator.
For more information about participating in the dreamsharing circle, please contact me.