Gender and Dreams with Katrina Dreamer
Dream Journal

 
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Apologies! The audio is now fixed. We spoke about dreams and gender, starting with some basics about queer terminology, then dove into Katrina’s history with her own process of coming out, first as queer, then an non-binary and about how her dreams were helpful. We also spoke about dream incubation, nightmares, dreams and spirituality and so much more!

We took a call from Ellen who had an update about our conversation of last week about psychedelics and then offered a dream which spoke at collective level about how hard it can be to find our own voices.

BIO: Katrina Dreamer is a queer non-binary writer, dreamworker, and energy healer. She also has her own business tutoring and coaching students with learning differences. Katrina is co-host, with Mary Kay Kasper, of the podcast Dreaming Back to the Earth. She teaches workshops at the University of Vermont on dreams as spiritual practice and queer dreaming, and she is the Northern New England representative for the International Association for the Study of Dreams. She is particularly interested in gender identity and sexual orientation in dreams and has started research for a book that explores dreams through a queer theory lens.

You can reach Katrina at her web page katrinadreamer.com or look for her podcast Dreaming Back to the Earth.

Show aired on October 24, 2020.

 

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