BRDNSKY and Spiritualist Circle of Light

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Dream Classes

Dreams and Emotions

A variety of ideas and theories of dreams are out there. What is their purpose? What do they tells us? Mostly, they tell us about our emotions.


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Dreams and the Nightmare

What makes a nightmare? Imagine being in a meat locker. The air you're breathing is beyond crisp. You can feel bristles forming in your throat as the air moves in and out. The frost is an eerie blue. Then you notice the meat hanging from hooks. It's not beef or pork. It is field dressed human bodies. Is this a nightmare?

What about this. You're in someone's living room when an angry woman storms into the house screaming at you. After listening and not able to respond, you go outside. The woman follows, only she is no longer screaming. She tells you her daughter really, really likes you. There's a tone in her voice that says what words do not. Have you touched my child? Is this a nightmare? Let's find out.


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Dreams and Cultures

We are part of what is called the Western Culture, and we are always trying to apply meanings to our dreams. After all, there must be some purpose to them. How do/ did some of the other cultures treat them?


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Dreams and the Landscape of Transformation

We begin to explore some of Nigel Hamilton's thoughts about dreams providing us a means of spiritual growth. He uses the alchemical process as a guide.

We also look as some symbols that often appear in dreams.

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Dreams and the Inner Landscape

Dreams reveal our inner reality, which is multifaceted. They reveal patterns, barriers, and nuances about our character and our environment. They leave us clues about where we're at on our spiritual journey.

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Dreams and the Landscape of Beginning.

Our dreams often reflect how our environment effects how we see the world, our social experiences, and the challenges to our beliefs. What does this mean for us?










Dreams: The Alchemical Stage of Nigredo

Nigel Hamilton, in his book Awakening Through Dreams, proposes a process similar to the alchemist's purification process. The first stage of awakening is the blackening stage known as Nigredo, which means decay or decomposition. In our case, the term suggests a dismantling of those habits and mental constructs that no longer serve us. Some would call this process the purge.






Continuing the Alchemical Stage of Nigredo



Nigel Hamilton, in his book Awakening Through Dreams, proposes a process similar to the alchemist's purification process. The first stage of awakening is the blackening stage known as Nigredo.


We continue learning about dismantling our dream. We do this by exploring a dream.





Dreams and the Alchemical Stage Nigredo: Solutio




Nigel Hamilton, in his book Awakening Through Dreams, proposes exploring our spirituality through dreams and the alchemical process. We are still going through the Nigredo, or the blackening stage. In Solutio, we explore those fixed points in our psyche. Think of them as emotional buoys or patterns of behaviors.




Dreams and the Alchemical Stage Nigredo: Calcinatio





Nigel Hamilton, in his book Awakening Through Dreams, proposes exploring our spirituality through dreams and the alchemical process. We are still going through the Nigredo, or the blackening stage. This is Calcinatio, or refinement through fire. What dreams warrant our attention?




Dreams and the Conclusion of Nigredo

Nigel Hamilton, in his book Awakening Through Dreams, proposes a process similar to the alchemist's purification process.


Nigredo is about the dismantling of the dream. Calcinatio is the refining process.


After breaking the dream down into pieces we can work with its components. The next stage, coagulatio or harmony. Here we try to put the parts together in an order that conveys a message.


The process of  conjunction is reconciliation. What is the underlying message of the dream and how does it relate to us?