This is a transcript of the Dream Re-entry process developed by Dr. Fred Olsen. The conversation occurred in an online chat room focusing on dreams. Dr. Olsen (Dreamtrack) enters the conversation and starts the process with the dreamer (Bravo). The questions posed are the heart of the process. My comments, based on my notes from a workshop I attended with Dr. Olsen, are in parenthesis ().
Creativity is something that you can access everyday. We all have creative potential, however it is necessary to tap into that potential in order to benefit from it.
The poem Alethea, by Mark Hannan in 1993, was written as an invocation creating sacred space and is meant to be accompanied by the beat of a doumbek or celtic frame drum.
Often guilt and shame are confused, misunderstood, and therefore minimized, repressed, or swept aside completely. The best writing on the topic appeared in the Atlantic Monthly February 1992 in a lengthy article simply titled Shame, by Robert Karen. Much of this writing is a paraphrase and quotation of that article interspersed with my own process of healing and the re-writing my life story – past and present.
1. Visualize what life will be like when you accomplish your goal. Make the reality of your accomplishment so real in your mind that you will feel the exhilaration of the accomplishment, even though you haven’t touched it physically. The reality of the accomplishment will cause your mind to begin working on the steps you need…