Dreams have traditionally been analyzed using methods offered by Freud and Jung in an attempt to understand our unconscious desires. While this approach has given our dream content meaning and a sense of purpose to be utilized in our daily lives, it depended on the Mind, and on conditioned views and reinforced using the mind to make decisions.
Human Design’s study of Dream Design, or what Ra called the “Lunar Body”, is a unique way of looking at dreams and how we are actually designed for experiencing dream states. By seeing how we change from a 9-Centered Design to a 5-Centered Design when we sleep, we can discover how the transformation of Type from our Waking Design to Sleeping Design impacts the way we take in the conditioning field. Through the 15-Gate Dream Matrix, we can discover how our Dream Gates can be tools that transfer insights into our waking states.
Join Ra in the second course of the Night Forces Lecture Series, and the very first professional course ever given on personal dream analysis. This 6-hour audio course and 134-page ebook covers the differences between the sleeping and waking Type, Portal Gates for each Dream Domain, and analytical techniques using sample charts for each sleeping Type.
*Prerequisite for this course is "Night Forces I: Introduction to DreamRave", previously titled "DreamRave Introduction: The Design of the Dreamer"
**This course is required for all DreamRave Analyst students.
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