May 092015

One of the great competencies of belonging is to refine the quality of our presence such that we might listen for the secret aperture into what somebody loves. – Toko-pa

“Toko-pa is a dreamworker who provides a crucial ark in the story of the hero’s journey, the moment midway through the film, ‘Time is Art’, where Jennifer confronts the dark night of the soul. Toko-pa guides Jennifer through her recurring nightmare and helps her to understand the meaning behind such disturbing images of death and destruction. One of the most powerful scenes in the film, we get a real sense of the importance of understanding our dreams. In this clip from one of her talks at the Synchronicity Symposium, also featured in the film, Toko-pa provides us with much needed insight and wisdom into what it means to truly belong.” (read more here)

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A writer, artist and tender of dreams, Toko-pa has been interviewed by CNN News & BBC Radio and her writing has appeared in publications around the world. Thanks to Skype, she works with dreamers internationally in her Private Dreamwork practice, based on Salt Spring Island in Canada. You can find Toko-pa on Facebook or sign up for her mailing list to receive news about upcoming events.

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  4 Responses to “Toko-pa featured in upcoming “Time is Art” film”

  1. This is a very powerful message. I am so weary of new age talk and values. This movement into the depths feeds the hunger in my soul, and helps me to name it.

  2. I am absolutely blown away by this video. Your presence is so real and so moving, speaking directly to my soul about the things I care the most about. Thank you so much.

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