David Russell summarises a history of dream, looking at dreams as a process . In this talk he tracks the history of how dreams have been used in the healing process as a process themselves from the VIth century BC by the greeks and the romans. From the act of incubation, as lying on the ground sleeping in a sacred cave where the person would get a dream or a vision which would cure her or him to very contemporary psychoanalysts and writers citing in particular the works of J.B.Pontales, James Hillman and Robert Bosnak
David defines the psyche today as an ecology of mind as an ongoing relationship with the milieu rather than an entity or even a static event. Psyche participates in shaping its environment and the same environment shapes psyche. Psyche creates itself in its interaction with its milieu.
“In this brief transit where the dreams cross”: this fragment from the poem Ash Wednesday by T.S.Eliot leads into considerations of the remarkable human capacity to make personal sense out
Dreams are singularly subjective mental experiences that can help one understand unconscious mental processes, experience feelings, memories, wishes, fantasies, confl icts, impulses and defenses,
How to use shamanic dreamwork an aproach to resources of our client's soul. All humans, in every culture and every country, dream...every night. During dreaming more areas of the brain are active
For 1000 years during the beginning of Western medicine (500 B.C. - 500 A.D.,) of the hundreds of medical treatments offered at the time, only dream-based medicine was ubiquitously practiced throughout
Although there have been major breakthroughs in health and medical technology, there remains a significant gap in life outcomes for Indigenous peoples in Australia. An increased focus on treating 'disease'
This presentation, "Responding to the needs of consumers with complex trauma histories a consumer perspective" focuses on the needs of adult survivors of child abuse, highlighting the frequent