A dream is a personal story told in a language of emotionally charged images. All you have seen, heard, felt and known is transformed into a visual language, more accurate than words. To understand the language of your dreams is to engage with your innermost self – a part of you that simply reflects what is true.
Your dreams also contain powerful images from beyond your personal experience. This universal language of dreams has been formed through the collective experiences of all humankind, and was named “the collective unconscious” by Carl Jung. These ‘big’ dreams often come in times of transition. Our dreams show us that we are changing.
Why learn the language of your dreams? Because the intelligence of all we have collectively desired, feared, experienced and learned sheds light on your personal story every night.
But don’t take my word for it. Dream Lab is about finding out for yourself.