Learn the Art and Science of Dreamwork
Common Misconceptions that Destroy the Truth of a Dream
This video examines some of the common misconceptions in our culture that blind people to the truth of their dreams. Hear Dr. Worley discuss some of his own dreams, which he at first thought only to be nonsensical, but in the end found that they presented him with a major turning point in his life.
Uncovering the Power of Dreams: An Interview with Dr. Len Worley
Dream mentoring imparts the skills essential to access the depth of the dream’s wisdom by the directly working with your own dreams. There is no more efficient and potent method for learning the craft of dreamwork than by having your own dreams worked with by a skillful guide. Whether you work with the dreams of others or want to derive greater meaning for yourself, the form of dreamwork that has evolved in me will take you beyond a strictly interpretative approach and teach potent psychospiritual practices that enable the power of the dream to be actualized in waking life. Follow your dreams over the course of several weeks or months and realize the uncanny intelligence that is at work to assist you in living a full and meaningful life.
Most meetings are for one hour and allow for in-depth review of several dreams. Schedule and suggested readings are individualized for each person.
Fee: $200 per hour
Group Dream Studies
Study with 2-3 other people as you work with your own dreams and learn as you watch others engage in the dreamwork process. Most groups meet every other week (in person or via conference/Skype calls).
Fee: $100 per 1 and 1/2 hours
Contrary to most people’s expectation dreamwork by phone can be satisfying and effective. As long as you have complete privacy in the environment from which you speak, dreamwork through phone or Skype is direct, personal and inclusive of the importance of feelings and body sensations so necessary for the realization of dreams.
Jewels from the Red Book
Long awaited and just released in the fall of 2009
“There can be few unpublished works that have already exerted such far-reaching effects upon twentieth-century social and intellectual history as Jung’s Red Book,” so writes the translator of Carl Jung’s recently published personal journal. Shown to only a few colleagues during Jung’s life, and then held in a bank vault by the heirs of Jung’s archives for 40 years after his death, the Red Book has remained a mysterious document known to contain imaginative art illustrations and detailed records of Jung’s courageous explorations into the underworld and dark depths of his own unconscious. By Jung’s own admission, the period of self-examination at mid-life that was recorded in the Red Book was fertile ground for all that Jung would write about for the next several decades. Even Jung’s popular autobiography, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, is drawn from the Red Book, yet the document itself has been closely guarded and withheld from the public. Read More…