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September 2, 2020 48 min

Can you think of a dream in which you felt surprised or confused? I love Billie's insight that this can signal movement into unfamiliar territory. Billie shares so many other gems, like her observation that ancestors frequently show up in dreams as "a large group of people, and I know they're there to see me, but I don't recognize them." Click Play now to hear our whole conversation - or read on to learn more about Billie and what we talk about in this episode. Billie is certified as a dreamworker through Dr. Jeremy Taylor's Marin Institute for Projective Dreamwork. She worked closely with Jeremy Taylor, facilitating retreats with him from 2003-2015. Billie is well-versed in the realm of myth and fairy tale as well.

In this conversation, we talk about:

  • her early days facilitating dream groups over a distance using a telephone bridge line - a throwback to the days way before Zoom
  • this “collective waking dream” we're all in, including social distancing, mask-wearing, and the Black Lives Matter movement. (We recorded this a few weeks ago, so this part may feel like a a throwback too - to the days way back... last month)
  • how our dreams vote for us to express ourselves creatively
  • combining tarot cards and numbers with dreamwork
  • and the ancestral layer in dreams.
  • Enjoy! Show notes: www.thedreamersden.org/12

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