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With International Bestselling Author,
Certified Dream Therapist, Teacher & Poet
Rodger Kamenetz

Experience a powerful practice to recognize your sacred encounter dreams... stepping stones to a richly felt, heart-centered life.

Don’t interpret your dreams... feel them deeply... to uncover and transform old reactive patterns & listen to your soul.

You’re sound asleep... dreaming...

... and in your dream, a hen lays a beautiful blue egg at your feet. The moment is luminous, you’re in awe, elated... it seems as though it’s happening in your waking life — it feels that real.

So what do you do with this incredible dream experience, or with actual dreams of your own? Do you try to interpret the “symbols,” and piece together a narrative to make sense of the dream?

Or, maybe you approach it as a riddle to be solved, which is related to a challenge or event in your waking life...

These are useful approaches to working with dreams, yet, they can deprive you of a more organic experience of your dream images and the feelings they evoke.

Instead of trying to figure out what a dream means, Natural Dreamwork invites you to ask yourself, What did I see... hear... sense? What do I feel in my body... in my heart?

It’s a powerful approach to personal and spiritual growth rooted in Carl Jung’s perception of dreams as natural experiences...

... asking you to delve so deeply into a dream image that it comes alive in you. In this “sacred encounter,” teachers and healers can emerge to help and inspire you.

According to Rodger Kamenetz, bestselling author and certified dream therapist, dream images provide us with honest, useful mirrors of ourselves. They illuminate the places of hurt (and joy!), and bring healing... not in the form of words or direction, but in the experience of simply being present with the image.

This approach to dreamwork asks you to sift fact from fantasy to identify what actually happened in a dream... instead of relying on a narrative created later by your waking mind...

As a Natural Dreamer, you learn to open to your senses to distinguish between a reaction, imposed by the ego, and what you’re feeling beneath that reaction — a nudge from your soul.

In this thought-provoking and practical FREE hour with a leading dreamwork expert, you’ll discover:

  • How to move beyond dream interpretation — and see your dreams as transformative experiences, guided by your feelings and senses
  • What defines a sacred encounter in your dreams, and how these profoundly healing connections with a living presence elicit feelings of awe, wonder, and pain
  • Why it’s important to distinguish between facts and fantasies in your dreams
  • How dreams reveal old reactive patterns by personifying them, as well as ways to shed these patterns — to feel more deeply
  • A powerful experiential practice to help you recognize your sacred encounter dreams

The beauty of Natural Dreamwork is that the more you practice immersing yourself in the feelings arising in your dreams, the more sacred encounter dreams you experience...

Natural Dreamers move closer to the field of what Rodger calls space-time-feeling — opening a portal to deeper levels of healing, imagination, and creativity... in their waking lives.

Rodger’s book The History of Last Night’s Dream, sparked his appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s Soul Series program. He’s guided thousands of people, including rabbis, deacons, and Buddhists, in the art of Natural Dreamwork.

He’s worked with hundreds of healing practitioners as well, teaching them how to weave Natural Dreamwork into their work with clients.

To learn about Natural Dreaming and experience one of the practices, join us for this FREE event. You’ll also hear about an upcoming 7-week live training in Natural Dreamwork with Rodger.

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What People Are Saying About Rodger Kamenetz...

“... a manual for living the dream of life...”

Kamenetz has written a manual for living the dream of life through the real dreams of an individual.
— Andrei Codrescu, Poet, novelist, essayist, screenwriter, and commentator for National Public Radio

“... profound, affecting, and deeply rewarding...”

A profound, affecting, and deeply rewarding book from a charismatic teacher.
— Jonathan Kirsch, Author of A History of the End of the World

“... brilliantly combines dream and soul and offers an accessible understanding of both.”

Kamenetz’s new book brilliantly combines dream and soul and offers an accessible understanding of both. I highly recommend it.
— Brian L. Weiss, MD, Author of Many Lives, Many Masters

“An enchanting and provocative book exploring a subject with profound implications about our very humanity.”

— Robert Olen Butler, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain

“Kamenetz’s fierce honesty and unflinching self-revelation inspire both admiration and awe...”

Kamenetz’s fierce honesty and unflinching self-revelation inspire both admiration and awe... smart, funny, and revolutionary...
— Susan Larson, New Orleans Times-Picayune

“... a reliable narrator in unreliable territory...”

The History of Last Night’s Dream is at once affable and audacious; Kamenetz is a reliable narrator in unreliable territory.... Kamenetz’s poetic eye is alive and well.
— The Forward

About Rodger Kamenetz

Rodger Kamenetz is an award-winning poet, author, and teacher. Of his 12 books, his best known is The Jew in the Lotus, the story of rabbis making a holy pilgrimage through India to meet with the Dalai Lama. The author of seven poetry collections, Rodger has been called “the most formidable of the Jewish-American poets.” His memoir, Terra Infirma, was described as “one of the most beautiful books ever written about a mother and a son.”

When The History of Last Night’s Dream appeared in 2007, Oprah Winfrey interviewed him on her Soul Series program, saying, “What’s so exciting about this book is that it talks about how there’s a whole other life that we are living when we sleep, and that our dreams are there as offerings and gifts to us if we only recognize what the dreams are there to teach us.”

Rodger was born in Baltimore and educated at Yale, Stanford, and Johns Hopkins University. He lives in New Orleans and is Professor Emeritus, retiring with a dual appointment as Professor of English and Professor of Religious Studies, at LSU where he was also an LSU Distinguished Professor and Sternberg Honors Professor.

He currently works privately with clients, using Natural Dreamwork in a process of spiritual direction. Kamenetz is married to fiction writer Moira Crone. He is the father of Anya Kamenetz, an author and NPR reporter, and Kezia Vida, a Natural Dreamwork practitioner who co-hosted The Dreamwork Summit 2019 with her father.

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