What is Active Dreaming?
Updated: Jun 24, 2022
Active Dreaming is a term intended to shake us free from the assumption that dreaming must be a passive activity. More than a method for decoding sleep dreams, Active Dreaming is a fun and natural way of being fully of this world, while we maintain contact with another world where we can find the deeper logic and purpose of our lives.
Active Dreaming offers three core areas of practice:
1. Active Dreaming brings energy and guidance from the dreamworld into everyday life. We share dreams with others in a safe space and encourage each other to move towards creative and healing action. We also learn to take action to embody the energy and guidance of our dreams in everyday life.
2. Active Dreaming is a method of shamanic lucid dreaming. It starts with simple everyday practices and extends to profound group experiences of soul recovery and exploration of multidimensional reality. Using a remembered dream, we can travel back inside the dreamscape to gather more information and self-empowerment.
3. A way of conscious living, Active Dreaming is about navigating by synchronicity, receiving apparently chance events as clues to a deeper order. It’s about grasping that our energy and attitudes we choose have a magnetic effect on the world, drawing or repelling encounters and circumstances.
To live consciously is to move beyond scripts and bring something new into the world.
For further information see Active Dreaming: Journeying Beyond Self-Limitation to a Life of Wild Freedom, by Robert Moss
I’m a graduate Robert Moss’s programmes for teachers of Active Dreaming; and I’m also certified by Denise Linn as a Gateway Dreaming practitioner. As such, I recognize that the only experts on dreams are the dreamers themselves. I uphold the dreamer as the final authority on the meaning of his or her dreams. We are committed to the rebirth of a dreaming society, where dreams are cherished and honored every day, in every walk of life.
To discuss how Active Dreaming can help you, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free discovery session.