SOCIAL DREAMING MATRICES
Dream sharing in a Social Dream Matrix was discovered by Gordon Lawrence at the Tavistock Institute in 1982 who was passionate about the possibilities of dreaming socially. Explore more here
In a social dream matrix we share our night-time dreams and associations together. We share dreams, focussing on the dreams rather than the dreamer, looking at the way our dreams connect and link to each other.
It’s a unique place where dreams speak to dreams without interpretation.
We’ll explore how our inner dream worlds create patterns of meaning, connect us to each other, to the land around us, and bring fresh thoughts to address the challenges we face today.