Transformational Dreamwork

Escher Fish to BirdsTransformational Dreamwork:

Toward an Integral Approach to

Deep Listening

Joseph Dillard

This text is dedicated to your soul, that through this course of study it will come to be heard and understood, thereby providing it with the opportunity to heal, balance, and transform not only your life, but the lives of countless others.

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1. What makes a type of dreamwork transformational?

2. What is transformation?

3. Other characteristics of integral dreamwork

4. What makes a type of dreamwork prepersonal, personal, or transpersonal?

5. What do the different stages of integral dreamwork look like?

6. Identifying approaches to dreamwork: Is it integral?

7. Therapeutic approaches to dreamwork


Appendix I: A Statement of Purpose

Appendix II: How Do I Learn Integral Deep Listening?

Appendix III: Practitioner Certification in Integral Deep Listening

Appendix IV: Integral Deep Listening Interviewing Instructions

Appendix V: Weekly Sangha Identification Log

Appendix VI: About the Author


When you have completed this text you should be able to:

• Differentiate an integral from a non-integral approach to dreamwork.

• Define and describe dreamwork levels, lines, quadrants, states of consciousness and developmental dialectic.

• Understand major distinctions among the perspectives of dreamworker, dreamer, and dream characters.

• Differentiate among the major therapeutic approaches to dreamwork.

© Deep Listening Publishing, Phoenix, AZ 2003

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