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Recalibrate: Decoding Dreams
9 December, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+8RM75 – RM180
Decoding Dreams: Understand the Language of your Mind
Have you had a recurring dream or nightmare? What about crazy lucid dreams where you wake not believing that none of it actually happened? What about those mish-mashed dreams that seem to exhaust you that go on and on like that Verve music video? What about those weird ones that seem like such a trip?
Many innovators and geniuses have said that ‘Lady Muse’ came to them in their dreams. From artists and songwriters, philosophers and physicists, every one of them has a dream tale to tell.
So what are your dreams telling you, or showing you? What solutions are being crystalized up there? What wisdom are you finding, or the ideas that are forming?
What to Expect:
The mind works in symbols that are personal to you.
Understanding how to decode your dreams may be just the most fun thing to do, and it can be extraordinarily helpful too.
In this session you will learn a very solid process of decoding your dreams in order to take the wisdom, information or ideas from inside and bring them outside where you can take action.
In this session you will:
Understand how the mind communicates in symbols personal to you.
Learn the process of decoding your dreams.
Discover how to use a dream journal.
Know how to use suggestions to help your mind help you.
Experience a live dream unravelling to put your process into practice
Who Can Benefit:
Anyone who has a recurring dream that would like to understand its significance
People who don’t remember their dreams and are curious about why.
Inventors, creators and entrepreneurs who find themselves full of dreams
- We will be recording this session but will only be recording the coach and not any of the attendees in the workshop.
- We recommend that you turn on your cameras as our workshops involve a high level of engagement and participation among the coach and each other.
- Please be on time – each workshop via Zoom will be open 15mins before the start time.
- Remember to bring pen/paper to take notes.