Advanced & Master Dream Patterning Certificate
While the Beginning Dream Patterning Training Program provides a solid introduction and foundation into the workings of the Objective Psyche, this advanced and master program not only deepens this prior learning, but focuses on the actual art, craft and discipline of working with dreams from an archetypal perspective, including identification of the archetypal nature expressed through the dreams threshold and ways for understanding and translating the the way of redemption revealed by the dreams lysis.
In addition to applying this approach to dreams and the psyche in their respective careers, many of our graduates have begun to build a practice in this specialized field and discipline of Dream Patterning.
I do hope that you will consider participating in this program and strengthen your involvement with the Assisi Institutes Community of professionals from around the world.
sessions will include the following Themes;
*In each session we will work on one to two
*A review of Jung’s Theory of the Collective Unconscious and Dr. Conforti’s theory and practice of Archetypal Field Theory
*Looking at the Exposition /Dream Threshold as a way of determining the Archetypal Nature of the Dream
*Leaning to assess the dreamer’s ability to metabolize the dreams meaning through an analysis of the Dreams Lysis
*Learning how to approach a dream, and what aspects of the dream to focus on in an actual session with clients
*Determining what Dr. Kaufman and David Rottman refer to as the "Dreams Call to Action."
*Learning to identify the Redemptive aspect in the dream
*identifying the presence and meaning of Prognostic Dreams
*On-going practice in the translation of dream images
Advanced & Master Dream Patterning
Required Reading - Books
Von Franz, M.L. (1997). Archetypal Patterns in Fairy Tales. Toronto, Canada: Inner City Books.
Recommended Reading – Books
Jung, C.G., & Hull, R. (1974). Dreams (2010 ed.). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Meier, C. (2003). Healing Dream and Ritual: Ancient Incubation and Modern Psychotherapy (3rd ed.). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.
Von Franz, M.L. (1980). The Psychological Meaning of Redemption Motifs in Fairytales. Toronto, Canada: Inner City Books.
Wiesel, E. (1990). The Accident. New York, NY: Bantam Books.
Recommended Reading – Articles
(Download as PDF file below)
Jung, C. (1978). A Review of Complex Theory. In The Collected Works of C. G. Jung: The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche (2nd ed., Vol. 8, pp. 92-104). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (Original work published in 1934).
Osterman, E. (1968). The Tendency Toward Patterning and Order in Matter and in the Psyche. In Wheelwright, J. (Ed.), The Reality of the Psyche: International Congress for Analytical Psychology Montreux, Switzerland 1965 (1st ed., pp. 14-27). New York, NY: Putnam for the C. G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology.
Recommended Reading Articles for Download Below
This nine (9) month Advanced Dream Patterning training program consists of the following teaching methods:
*16 teleseminars, which are 1.5 hours each
January 29 - 31st, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona
*2 Individual Mentoring Sessions
Teleseminar Schedule for Download Below