Have you ever wondered how dreams occur? Or why you dream of certain things? The dreamscape is exciting and mysterious, and it tells a story of the conscious and subconscious mind. A look at dreams can be one of the fastest ways to accelerate self-awareness and personal development. Dream Incubation for Greater Self-Awareness is a course that utilizes a specific technique—Dream Incubation—to help you begin a regular practice of dream inquiry to inform your personal development.
The key to unlocking the symbolism of your dreams—and the significance they hold—is amazingly simple with the Dream Incubation technique. If you’re ready to take a closer look at your dreams and their content in order to bring greater self-awareness and greater self-understanding, Dream Incubation for Greater Self-Awareness is for you!
Kelly Lydick received her B.A. in Writing and Literature from Burlington College, and her M.A. in Writing and Consciousness from the New College of California, San Francisco (now at CIIS). Her writing has appeared in Guernica, Drunken Boat, Switched-on Gutenberg, Mission at Tenth, Thema, Tarpaulin Sky, and many others.
Additional articles have appeared in Natural Awakenings, Java, Western Art Collector, Santa Fean, and True Blue Spirit magazines, as well as on the home page of ElephantJournal. Her work has also been featured on NPR’s The Writers’ Block. She is the author of the chapbook We Once Were, and the experimental, Mastering the Dream. She is a member of the co-founding editorial board of Immanence Journal.
Kelly holds certifications as a Meditation Facilitator, Reiki Master, Crystal Reiki Master, Past Life Healer, Animal Reiki Master, and Gateway Dreaming™ Coach. She teaches writing and metaphysical workshops, and offers private consultations through her company Waking the Dream. Her signature workshop, Writing the Dream Time, has been featured at Burlington College, ASU’s Piper Center for Creative Writing, and others.
In 2016, Kelly was honored by the internationally-renowned Omega Institute of Rhinebeck, New York with a Juno Award for excellence in women’s leadership and service.
She holds professional memberships with the International Association for the Study of Dreams, where she has presented her work on dream studies, the Academy of American Poets, and the Arizona Authors Association.