To hear Richard describe how he created his approach to Dreamwork you can click on this link to a radio show where he shares insights on Dreams For Peace.
Beginning in 2015, I started sharing dreams daily on this blog.
The purpose of sharing dreams openly is to remind people of the mystery and magic of life. When we remember a dream we are remembering a part of ourselves which exists outside of time and place. We remember that there is more to life than what can be seen and touched with our physical senses. We remember the Spirit and we remember who we really are and what we are really going for in life.
The intention is to openly share fears, conscious and unconscious ones, and how these fears are transformed. The aim is to become very comfortable with the process of change and growth. I share openly because I believe dreams do not belong to a person. They come through a person but have a message for everyone.
“This phenomenal world will not remain in an unchanging condition even for a short while. Second after second it undergoes change and transformation. Every foundation will finally become collapsed; every glory and splendor will at last vanish and disappear, but the Kingdom of God is eternal and the heavenly sovereignty and majesty will stand firm, everlasting. Hence in the estimation of a wise man the mat in the Kingdom of God is preferable to the throne of the government of the world.” Abdu’l-Baha
The phrase “Kingdom of God” can also be substituted by the synonymous word “Universe” or for those who have a scientific or New Age world view.
On this blog, you will find the dreams categorized by symbol, or by various names, actions and concepts. There are also tags on the dreams for easy reference.
Dreams are also stored by date, which you can find by clicking on the calendar. Sometimes the dreams are published right after they were dreamed and sometimes they are published long after.
There is also a category for dreams which have been made into e-books.
We are all connected and I hope that in sharing the journey along this Path I can offer inspiration and hope to others on theirs.
I have found that in being a student of Dreams For Peace, by remembering dreams, understanding their message and applying the proven strategies, I have created so much Peace within myself, within my home, within my family, and within my community.
I share openly to contribute to an ever-advancing culture of transformation.
“The idea is to take the work beyond what people think of as dream interpretation to being more solution-oriented and as a way to delve deeper into the transformation experience.” (Richard Hastings)