Hero’s Dream Journey Stage 6: Belly of the Whale

Now that you’ve crossed the threshold, from a nighttime dream perspective, this is when you close your eyes to the waking world, and open your inner eyes to the topsy-turvy, Alice In Wonderland-esque terrain of your dreams (or more accurately, Jonas and the Whale-esque ocean). [Read more…]

Hero’s Dream Journey: Crossing the Threshold

This is the line in the sand that delineates the ordinary from the extraordinary, the mundane from the mysterious; and the awake from the asleep. [Read more…]

Hero’s Dream Journey Stage 4: Meet the Mentor

Why is it necessary to have a mentor to support you through your hero’s dream journey? What kind of mentor/guide/coach would be sufficient for this task? Once you identify your mentor, how will you work with them? I’ve found that working with a powerful mentor can make or break the hero’s dream journey…especially when times [Read More…]

Hero’s Dream Journey Stage 3: Refusal of the Call

Resistance is something every dreamer and every dream group experiences. [Read more…]

Hero’s Dream Journey – Stage 1: Ordinary World

This stage of the Hero’s Journey relates to ordinary aspects of dream work, i.e. your dream zone (aka your bedroom) and your habits around bedtime. For example learning to “Feng Shui Your Dream Zone” can support you in making an ordinary bedroom into a dream temple, conducive for high frequency dream work. [Read more…]

Dreams & The Hero’s Journey

Welcome to the beginning of a whole new epoch in human history! Now more than ever it is time for us to pay attention to our dreams. Where else are we going to receive such a reliable source of insight, information, and guidance to navigate our lives in this brave new world. [Read more…]

Embodiment, Activation, Master Mind

Your life is a path. Knowingly or unknowingly you have been on a vision quest. It is good to have a vision, a dream. ~Agnes Whistling Elk E is for Embodiment The most important aspect of nighttime dream work is the embodiment of the energy, emotion, and/or feeling tone of the dream. Whether or not [Read More…]


This is the critical stage where you stand on the bridge between sleep and awake. If you jump too quickly into your waking life—splash water on your face and guzzle down a cup of coffee—you will be blinded by the light, your dreams will quickly be a distant memory, and your treasures will be left [Read More…]


  Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back– Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth that ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that [Read More…]

And The Dream Goes on

  “I’ve dreamt in my life dreams that have stayed with me ever after, and changed my ideas: they’ve gone through and through me, like wine through water, and altered the color of my mind.” -Emily Bronte The bottom line about dream work is that the dream doesn’t have to be over just because you [Read More…]