DREAM INSPIRED WRITING CLINIC
Awaken the images within and invite them into your creative writing!
Your dreams contain wildly imaginative unconscious material available to you each night and can become a reliable source of inspiration for creating stories, poems, novels or screenplays. The very act of recording a dream will lead to incorporating characters, plot, feelings and emotions that can move through an ordinary story and give it three-dimensional shape and sizzle.
Explore how to access this creative resource within you. Learn about dream inspired writers who have spun their dream imagery into famous masterpieces. Dreams can unclog writer’s block and stimulate creativity in any area of your life.
By applying basic background knowledge of dream lore and how journal and incubation techniques work, you can boost your creative skills, add dimension to every creative endeavor in your life and freshen your approach every time you pick up a pen or open a new document.
Learn to be a dream inspired writer!
INTEGRATIVE DREAM CIRCLES
The dynamics of working with symbolic imagery in your dreams stimulates perception, intuition and personal insights that have been sublimated due to your investment in the world at large. Therefore, you will learn to reconnect with your authentic self through specific creative techniques in a safe, committed group environment that will uncover both universal and personal meanings of your dream material.
While everyone learns at different rates and styles, each person participates and utilizes the material as a springboard to explore new realms at his or her own pace. As you develop personalized techniques to understand how your dreams communicate with you, your ability to problem solve more creatively and embrace a more intimate and deepened relationship with your inner self will emerge to empower you in every aspect of your life. Groups are limited to 6-8 people for optimal results.
For further information or questions about these groups or upcoming dream events, please use the online contact form or write to firstname.lastname@example.org