What is your earliest remembered dream?
Written by Lian Brook-Tyler
Some psychologists see the earliest remembered dream as an important message from your soul, see the extract below from Soulcraft by Bill Plotkin for example.
Jung said in his memoir, written at 81 years old, that his earliest remembered dream “…laid the foundation for everything that was to fill the second half of my life with the stormiest passion…”
My earliest remembered dream was from around the age of four and it was a recurring one…
THE WILD CAVE
“I live in a large cave in the middle of wilderness with a group of other children and a multitude of animals who come and go as they please.
I can fly and can also use magic to allow the other children to fly alongside me when we go out on missions and adventures together. We fly in bright sunshine, through clouds and over forests teeming with life.
I don’t know why exactly we live together in the cave but there is feeling of deep love… of being accepted in our wild, free selves.”
I’m seeing that dream being birthed in my life and work… both in creating strong, supportive circles and communities, and in daring to burrow into the darkness and to fly out in the open, to be seen embodying all of the aspects of my wild power, whilst helping others to do the same in their own unique way.
What’s your earliest remembered dream?
Can you see the message from your soul in it?
How are you living into that message?
Coming up in 2021 there will be more ways that you can walk the path of Waking The Wild. It’s going to be an epic year of Soul, Myth & Magic if we have anything to do with it! To find out more go to: Go deeper – Primal Happiness –
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