If dreams are stories that pretend to be unattached, but in fact are deeply rooted in our wounds,
then dream work is the playful exploration of our woundedness.
If dreams ask the hard life questions that we don’t have time to consider during the day,
then dream work is being willing to take time for the bigger questions in your life.
If dreams are personal parables that speak a primitive language known by your soul,
then dream work is a language immersion program.
If dreams are nightly gifts of grace from the Divine,
then dream work is our liturgical response.
Love, when you have one of those haunting dreams that demands your attention, who do you tell?
I encourage you to find someone in your life (or a small community of someone’s) who are safe and trusted listeners. Because dream work is soul work and your soul is worth tending.