DREAM YOUR WORLD
About Dream Your World
Dreaming Is a Tool for Social Change
Dream Groups Elementary through University. 60-minute dream classes working with students’ actual dreams. Using a specific methodology, students learn to remember dreams, look inside for their inner truths, recognize patterns, identify and respond to conflict, engage with their intuition, and creatively problem solve.
DYW Quest Junior High through University. Multi-week curricula that teach participants how to use their dreams to identify a need in the world and address it. Training includes learning concrete skills for looking inside, working with what they see in their inner intuitive looking, and responding to the necessities they recognize. Using dreams and the creative imagination participants engage in in- depth explorations of perspectives surrounding the necessity, find a creative response, and then manifest that response in tangible, realized projects.
Bonnie teaches dreaming and imagery techniques to individuals and organizations for inner, individual development; to stimulate creativity, surmount blocks, and manifest projects; and, to find creative solutions to social and global challenges. She works with social entrepreneurs, artists, professionals, change-makers, individuals from all walks of life, and social change focused organizations interested in transformation. Her book, Dream Your Self into Being, teaches some of the basics of this work.
Anna Nowicka is a dance maker and a Saphire® practitioner, weaving her artistic research out of imagery work, dreaming principles and attentive embodiment. Her kaleidoscopic approach is an integration of choreographic & studio practices with personal development classes. The research is mainly possible through a continuous support from the Art Stations Foundation. Her latest work “Eye Sea” will be premiered in HAU3 in Berlin. www.annanowicka.com
In her early 20s, Renée Palkovsky, came to a point where she knew she needed help but was not keen on the western routes offered. She innately knew it was time to stop seeking for her answers from external sources, and that she needed to go within to get the guidance she was looking for in order to heal. A dreamer since 2015, Renée has used imagery and dreaming to transform her life and continues to use these practices to mediate the ebb and flows that come with each of our lives. A lover of the ocean, Renée feels most at home on the seashore. Her admiration for these deep waters has led her to found a beach clean organization, Conscious Contributor, which showcases the conditions of the world’s shorelines while simultaneously cleaning the beach. Renée’s dream is not only to restore the ocean’s current condition, but to foster humans in their healing and transforming.