Unlock the Mysteries of Your Dreams

Embark on a transformative journey with our Introduction to Dreamwork Group.
Discover the profound connections between your dreams, your life, your soul, your community, the earth and landscape you live on, and even the cosmos.

Introduction to Dreamwork Group

The Introduction to Dreamwork Group is a cornerstone of the Sacred Earth Alaska community. It offers a unique opportunity to delve into the rich tapestry of your subconscious, guided by the principles of Creation Spirituality.

Through our sessions, participants will explore the symbolic language of dreams, fostering a deeper understanding of their inner selves and their connection to the natural world. This group is integral to our mission of harmonizing land, people, science, art, and spirit.

Group Description

Our Dreamwork Group is designed to create a safe and nurturing environment where participants can share and interpret their dreams. This collaborative space encourages personal growth and communal bonding.

Emphasizing the interconnectedness of all life, our group sessions highlight the importance of dreams in understanding our place within the cosmos. Join us in this sacred practice where land, people, science, art, and spirit converge.

Group Rules

Guidelines for a Harmonious Community

Our group rules are foundational to creating a respectful and nurturing environment where all members feel valued and heard. These rules emphasize mutual respect, active listening, and confidentiality. By adhering to these principles, we foster a community that supports personal growth and collective harmony. Each member is encouraged to share their dreams and insights while honoring the diverse perspectives within the group. This approach not only enriches our discussions but also aligns with our core values of inclusivity and spiritual exploration.

Adhering to group rules ensures that our community remains a safe space for all participants. Respecting each other’s contributions and maintaining confidentiality are paramount. These guidelines help us build trust and deepen our collective understanding, making our dreamwork sessions more impactful and meaningful. By following these rules, we honor the sacred space we share and uphold the integrity of our community’s values.

Sketchbooks and Materials

Essential Tools for Dreamwork

Sketchbooks and materials are vital components of the Introduction to Dreamwork Group. They serve as personal canvases for members to document their dreams, reflections, and artistic expressions. These tools are not just for recording but also for exploring the depths of one’s subconscious. The act of drawing and writing in sketchbooks helps bridge the gap between the dream world and waking life, facilitating a deeper understanding of one’s inner self. This practice aligns with our community’s emphasis on the integration of art and spirituality, providing a tangible means to explore and express one’s spiritual journey.

Having the right materials enhances the dreamwork experience. Quality sketchbooks, colored pencils, and other art supplies allow for a richer and more detailed exploration of dreams. These materials are more than just tools; they are extensions of our creative and spiritual selves. By investing in these items, members demonstrate their commitment to the dreamwork process and to their personal growth within the community.

Creative Exploration

Six active Dream Group Principles

One: All dreams speak a universal language and come in the service of health and wholeness. There is no such thing as a “bad dream” — only dreams that sometimes take a dramatically negative form in order to grab our attention.

Two: Only the dreamer can say with any certainty what meanings his or her dream may have. This certainty usually comes in the form of a wordless “aha!” of recognition. This “aha” is a function of memory, and is the only reliable touchstone of dream work.

Three: There is no such thing as a dream with only one meaning. All dreams and dream images are “overdetermined,” and have multiple meanings and layers of significance.

Four: No dreams come just to tell you what you already know. All dreams break new ground and invite you to new understandings and insights.

Five: When talking to others about their dreams, it is both wise and polite to preface your remarks with words to the effect of “in my imagined version of the dream…” or “if this were my dream …” and to keep this commentary in the first person as much as possible. This means that even relatively challenging comments can be made in such a way that the dreamer may actually be able to hear and internalize them. It also can become a profound psycho-spiritual discipline — “walking a mile in your neighbor’s moccasins.”

Six: All dream group participants should agree at the outset to maintain anonymity in all discussions of dream work. In the absence of any specific request for confidentiality, group members should be free to discuss their experiences openly outside the group, provided no other dreamer is identifiable in their stories. However, whenever any group member requests confidentiality, all members should agree to be bound automatically by such a request.

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Dream Project Submission

Fostering Creativity and Spiritual Exploration

The Dream Project Submission is a cornerstone of our Dreamwork Group, designed to encourage participants to delve deep into their subconscious and share their insights with the community. This process not only nurtures individual creativity but also fosters a collective spiritual exploration. Each participant is invited to submit their dream interpretations, artistic expressions, and reflective writings, which are then discussed in group sessions. This collaborative approach helps to build a supportive environment where members can grow both creatively and spiritually.

By engaging in the Dream Project Submission, participants contribute to a rich tapestry of shared experiences and insights. This collective wisdom enhances the learning experience for everyone involved, making the Dreamwork Group a unique space for personal and communal growth. The process is designed to be inclusive, allowing for diverse expressions and interpretations, which enrich the community’s understanding of dreams and their significance in our spiritual journeys.

The Importance of Art Activities

Art Activities are integral to the Sacred Earth Alaska curriculum, serving as a bridge between artistic expression and spiritual exploration. These activities are carefully crafted to help participants connect with their inner selves and the larger community. Through various forms of art, such as painting, sculpture, and mixed media, individuals can explore their dreams and spiritual insights in a tangible and meaningful way.

By participating in Art Activities, members of the community can express their unique perspectives and contribute to a collective understanding of spirituality. These activities not only enhance personal growth but also strengthen the bonds within the community, fostering a sense of unity and shared purpose. The emphasis on art and spirituality reflects our commitment to holistic education, where creativity and spiritual growth go hand in hand.

Course Structure

A Holistic Approach to Education and Spiritual Growth

The Course Structure at Sacred Earth Alaska is meticulously designed to align with our holistic approach to education and spiritual growth. The curriculum is divided into several modules, each focusing on different aspects of dreamwork, art, and spirituality. Participants begin with foundational concepts and gradually move towards more complex and nuanced topics, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the material.

Each module includes a blend of theoretical knowledge, practical exercises, and reflective practices. This balanced approach ensures that participants not only learn about dreamwork and spirituality but also apply these concepts in their daily lives. Group discussions, art activities, and personal reflections are integral parts of the course, fostering a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Our goal is to provide a transformative educational experience that nurtures both the mind and the spirit.

Meet the Facilitator

Guiding Your Journey Through Dreamwork

Our facilitator, Dr. Eliza Hart, is a renowned expert in Dreamwork and Creation Spirituality. With over 20 years of experience, Dr. Hart has guided countless individuals through the transformative process of understanding their dreams and connecting with their spiritual selves. She holds a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology and is a certified Dreamwork practitioner. Dr. Hart’s approach is deeply rooted in the principles of Creation Spirituality, emphasizing the interconnectedness of all life. Her role within the Sacred Earth Alaska community is to provide support, insight, and inspiration, helping members navigate their spiritual journeys with compassion and wisdom.

The Workbook

A Tool for Deepening Your Practice

The Workbook is an essential component of the Introduction to Dreamwork Group. It serves as a comprehensive guide, offering exercises, reflections, and prompts designed to deepen your understanding of Dreamwork and its applications. The Workbook aligns with the core values of Sacred Earth Alaska, promoting self-discovery, spiritual growth, and community connection. Each section of the Workbook is crafted to encourage introspection and facilitate meaningful engagement with the material, fostering a supportive environment where members can explore their dreams and spiritual insights.

By integrating the Workbook into your practice, you are not only enhancing your personal journey but also contributing to the collective wisdom of the Sacred Earth Alaska community. The Workbook is a living document, evolving with your experiences and insights, and it stands as a testament to the shared commitment to spiritual exploration and growth.


Supporting Your Spiritual Exploration

Our curriculum is supported by a carefully curated list of references that provide a solid foundation for your learning and spiritual exploration. Key texts include ‘The Dream and the Underworld’ by James Hillman, ‘Dreams: A Portal to the Source’ by Edward C. Whitmont, and ‘Creation Spirituality: Liberating Gifts for the Peoples of the Earth’ by Matthew Fox. These works, among others, offer diverse perspectives and insights, enriching your understanding of Dreamwork and Creation Spirituality. The references are chosen to support your journey, providing both theoretical frameworks and practical guidance as you delve into the depths of your dreams and spiritual practice.

Join Our Dreamwork Group Today!

Unlock the mysteries of your dreams and deepen your spiritual journey with our Introduction to Dreamwork Group. Explore the transformative power of dreamwork within the Sacred Earth Alaska community. Enroll now and start your path to self-discovery and spiritual growth.