Restoring Moisture to Your Life One Dream at a Time
Dream Drops is a 30-day Email Course on Dreams, delivered right to your inbox! Designed in delicious daily drops of wisdom, practical guidance, and playwork to move you into a deeper relationship with your dreams.
Dream Drops is designed for the individual longing to learn more about their dreams, but who only has 3-5 minutes of reading time to spare every day. Without compromising depth, your daily Drop will take you deeper into the layers of your inner mystery at a pace that feels manageable.
As a special bonus, you’ll also receive my Dream Recovery Bundle which includes the “Dream Recovery Kit” to strengthen your dream recall, the “Dream Journal Workbook,” and a somatic dreamwork audio journey called “Move Your Symbol.”
Introductory Offer $97 (Regularly $120)
Toko-pa Turner is an award-winning author, teacher and dreamworker. Blending the mystical tradition of Sufism in which she was raised with a Jungian approach to dreamwork, she founded the Dream School in 2001 from which hundreds of students have since graduated.
Toko-pa has been interviewed by CNN News and BBC Radio and has a community of over 100,000 online readers. She is the author of the bestselling book, Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home, which explores the themes of exile, and the search for belonging.
How it Works
As soon as you enroll, you will receive your first Dream Drop email. Then a juicy new message will drop into to your inbox every day for the following 30 days. The course is designed to lead you deeper into your dreaming practice, through a combination of instruction, inspiration, and simple exercises that will only take 3-5 minutes of your day. To get a sense of how the month will unfold, here are descriptions for each week:
Week 1: Dream Recovery & Reciprocity
In this week, you will be introduced to an inspiring “conversational” framework for working with your dreams. You will learn ways to overcome the blocks that may keep you from remembering them, receive essential tools to improve your recall, and inspiration to begin working with symbols: the mother-tongue of the soul.
Week 2: Elements & Structure of a Dream
Now that you have the foundations, it’s time to learn the elemental structure of a dream. This week, you will learn about the dramatic arc of a dream, how find the key elements within it, and how to work with dream characters and common themes.You will also be introduced to Toko-pa’s concept of “Courting the Dream.”
Week 3: Shadow Work & Integration
We dedicate this entire week to working with nightmares and dark dreams. You will learn how the shadow forms, receive tools for turning to face your difficult or recurring dreams, to reveal their concealed medicine. You will learn about the art of “making a true encounter” with your dark guests, and the power of reconciling paradox.
Week 4: Ritual & Embodiment
Week 4 is devoted to embodiment practices to help integrate your dreamwork. You will be introduced to different methods for working creatively with your dreams, and how involve your body in the dreamwork process. You will be guided in a Dream Incubation experiment, and invited to explore simple ritual to strengthen your reciprocity with the Otherworld.
You’ve heard the expression, “When your well runs dry…”, but have you ever considered that there are ways to replenish your well-being? Dreamwork is a powerful practice that taps us into our deepest instincts and creativity but also connects us to a greater intelligence.
As essential as breathing, dreams have layers of usefulness that are part self-regulatory, part transmission of wisdom, and part connective tissue to a networked intelligence unconstrained by time and space.
The way I understand it, dreamwork has a broader definition. Yes, it is the practice of mapping our own psyches, but it is also the work of forging a dynamic reciprocity between the seen and the unseen.
There is a living bridge between these two worlds, that allows us to retrieve the wisdom and insight of a greater intelligence. One that guides us personally, but in so doing, also gives us cultural direction.
Unlike so many Indigenous cultures who live in an animistic relationship with the world behind this world, we have allowed that bridge to fall into disrepair. But we can begin to repair it in our own lives by opening this conversation with the holy in nature.
There is a future beyond the spiritual aridity and meaninglessness of our time, teeming with life. If each of us has the tenacity to retrieve the elixirs of our discomforts, our combined medicine will heal the collective wound.