“When you pay attention to your dreams, you inhabit a much larger part of your soul.”
– Robert Bosnak
In his book Embodiment: Creative Imagination in Medicine, Art and Travel, Robert Bosnak, writes about how images are embodied by the dreamer. He views dream images as places of emotion, or as image environment ecosystems in which we find ourselves. He states “Place and storytime are simultaneous and indistinguishable, portrayed as a moment in place as seen from above” (p.18). Rather than projecting onto an image, we interact, engage and dialogue with images. Through creative imaginal process we both shape and are shaped by images in dreams and/or art.
Here is a video where Robert Bosnak speaks to the importance of slowing down and paying attention to the particulars……