Finding the Medicine in the Dream with Lauren Schneider
Dream Journal

 
 
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Katherine speaks with Lauren Schneider about how to find the medicine even in our most upsetting dreams. We talk about how even scary dreams may have helpful information for us. We speak to two callers: Lucille who speaks about how remember more of her dreams as well as working with the Tarot and Sylvia who reminds us to check the physical implications of dream images as well as their psychological implications.

Lauren has a book coming out in a few months called Tarotpy, It’s all in the Cards. I’ll probably have Lauren back on the show when it is released in January or February.

Bio: Interweaving psychology and imagery has been Lauren Schneider’s consistent passion through several decades and careers.  She has degrees in film and psychotherapy and dreaming certificates in Dream Tending and Embodied Imagination. Lauren has published on animal symbolism, in particular whale dreams, in the book, Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind and her upcoming book, Tarotpy: It’s All In The Cards, describes using Tarot and other archetypal imagery, like dream work, to access inner wisdom and the creative unconscious for guidance and healing. 

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Katherine and Lauren will be co-teaching a series of workshops on Mondays in October called “Finding the Medicine in the Dream”. Contact either of us for more details.

Show aired on September 19, 2020.

 

The Dream Journal is produced at and airs on KSQD Santa Cruz, 90.7 FM, streaming live at KSQD.org 10-11am Saturday mornings Pacific time.  Catch it live and call in with your dreams or questions at 831-900-5773.

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If you want to contact Katherine Bell with feedback, suggestions for future shows or to inquire about exploring your own dreams with her, contact [email protected], or find out more about her at  ExperientialDreamwork.com.