Dream Time

The Dreamer

During this time of the year our dreams become more vivid and sometimes easier to recall. Maybe they are inspired by the change of season that in turn inspires us to withdraw into deep contemplation and reflection, or something not yet fully formed in our consciousness.

Either way we know that deep magic is at work within our dream time. Our dream images shift, merge, draw apart, and then dance together again. The themes of birth, growth, death and rebirth re-playing themselves over and over again.

Dream work is as old as humankind and often a source of untapped wisdom and information. By recording our dreams, sharing our dreams, and creating our own dream dictionary, we enter a rich world of self discovery.

Based on a dream a few years ago, where an old woman was showing me a deck of Dream cards she had painted, I began creating Dream card images based on my dream imagery. The image above is one of them.

The old woman stressed how important it was for each person to make Dream cards of the images given to them in their dream walk, and that the dream images would open them to the wisdom teachings of their ancestors.

For more information on dreams go here.

“The Iroquois believed dreams were messages from the God within, and by sharing their dreams they came into contact with the sacred power, Orenda.” Orenda means “Tribal Soul on the Right Path.”

Everyday Goddessing  is about sharing magical techniques and sacred wisdom with other beautiful Goddess women. I believe that within every woman there is a goddess, a wise woman, beautiful, creative, powerful, with a deep soul, and that everything we need and are looking for is already inside  each of us. – Rose Arizmendi

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