As a practicing medical doctor I see what is called in some circles a “mind body split". It is difficult to put to words. Modern medical programs have yet to give this aspect of medicine a consistent title. One aspect of my medical practice could be called mind-body medicine. Other language for this could be inner journey and outer journey or as I believe Carl Jung put it, “spirit of the depths” and “spirit of this time”. Depression, anxiety, hopelessness, and chronic pain are among the conditions that can be helped by delving into aspects of mind body medicine.
This website is dedicated to dreamwork, which I view as one particularly powerful modality that can help heal the split that exists in many of us that prevents us from the fullest health and the thriving life we, ideally, could have.
Dreams are about truth. They often show us how we are in our own way, if we are willing to listen. But they often speak the language of feelings. There's often fear in opening the door of one's dreams for this reason. It's inconvernient. There's often even resistance to opening up to light or positive feelings. "You can be addicted to a certain kind of sadness" -Gotye. But in my experience, if you have the right support, it's worth opening the door to your dreams.
Dreams changed my life in a profound way. They continue to. And I’m watching them change the lives of the people around me. Dreamwork is a term currently used to describe a particular way of working with dreams. It is a way of working with dreams where the facilitator will ask the dreamer questions, but not give an absolute interpretation of the dream, or dreams, in return. It is up to the dreamer to interpret what feels true to them based on the dialogue that occurs with themselves... or with a facilitator.The Process Learn More Workshops