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I wish I could show you, When you are lonely or in darkness, The Astonishing Light Of your own Being! – Hafiz


In much of my dreaming, the guidance has been to ‘share the dreams’. Often, in lucid dreams of visionary light, a deep longing rises up both in me and in the Light itself for the luminous beauty and love to be known by others. So, my work has been to recollect and share my experience of dreams and my learning from Lucid Surrender, keeping faith with the guidance of my dreams. This deep desire inspires me when I am giving a talk or leading a workshop.

Scientific & Medical Network December 2021 Lucid Surrender: The Alchemy of the Soul in Lucid Dreaming

International Association for the Study of Dreams November 2021 Wormholes in the Lucid Void


Featured Podcasts

How Do Dreams Contribute to Wellbeing?

In this podcast produced in conjunction with Psychologies Magazine, I talk with the CEO of the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists on how dreams contribute to wellbeing.

The Evolution of a Psychotherapeutic Career

In this podcast hosted by the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists,  I share how dreams can shape our lives. Click here for podcast.



End of the Road Podcast No. 245: A conversation about Lucid Surrender, hosted by Michael Kokal

This podcast is available on your favorite podcast platform, or click on the image of the solar eclipse

Living Creatively Through Lucid Dreaming

Thank you to Dave Billington, Director of the Dream Research Institute, and to Laura Payne, for their invitation to talk on their DRI Dreamboat Podcast on the reciprocity between lucid dreaming and waking life.

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Dream Education

Before focusing on dreams in my professional work, I spent many years teaching a range of courses related to Literature, Writing and Language in the United States and Europe. Over time, I have taught teachers in training, psychotherapists, post-graduate students and business executives. As a facilitator, I take into account different learning styles and kinds of intelligence – analytical, emotional, aural and kinaesthetic, aiming for an energetic balance between these approaches. I have learned that alternative modes of knowing – logical and experiential, biological and autobiographical, rational and poetic, left brain and right brain together – give us the most complete understanding of dreams. In my work, these complementary perspectives interweave to help you engage with your dream life so as to enrich your waking life. My talks and workshops and courses aim to further this process.

Upcoming Talks & Workshops

The more we ‘wake up’ to dreams, the more we wake up to life.