“Isn’t there more?” This is a question that most of us have probably asked at one time or another. The Dream Journal this week hosts certified Spiritual Director and Dreamworker Kim Vann who speaks about how when these longings surface, it is the no less than the emergence of our own “Inner Divine, God Within”. We start by talking about how seeker are often the ones drawn to dreamwork, those who are looking for more to life. Kim describes a pivotal dream in which she felt invited to really accept her own beauty and grace. She began a journey which led her to Haden Institute where she studied first Spiritual Direction and the Dreamwork. We take a call from Amy from Washington who shares a dream she calls The White Door which contains lots of white paint, a compelling young woman and a door which isn’t white.
BIO: Kim Vann is a certified Dream Worker and Spiritual Director receiving both certifications from The Haden Institute. After a successful career in local government and consulting work, and years of seeking to answer the question, “Isn’t there more?”, Kim had a life-changing dream and her journey began in earnest. Kim owns her own business, Finding The Thread which brings this meaningful work to her part of the world and beyond. Kim believes part of her work now is remembering how to play, listening, and following her creative self.
Find her at FindingtheThread.org
Intro music is Water over Stones and outro music is Everything both by Mood Science. Today’s ambient music is created by Rick Kleffel. The audio can be found at Pandemiad.com. Many thanks to Rick Kleffel for also engineering the show, to Tony Russomano for answering the phones and to Ewa Malady for audio editing.
Show aired on September17 2022.
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