Dreams: Messengers Of Wisdom with Anne Scott

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Our dreams are speaking to us and we must welcome and hold them like a baby. “You have to hold it, remember your dream. You might write it down. You might hold it in your heart or just hold the difficult parts with love. You don’t have to do anything. It might come into your mind throughout the day - just in and out - or maybe at night before you go to sleep. Just remember it. Otherwise it disappears. It recedes. We lose that particular moment when some healing quality comes from the inner world to help revive our lives,” says Scott. Here she gives guidance as to how to tap into the wisdom that speaks to us through our dreams, how to interpret them, and how to start a dream circle of your own. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)


Anne Scott is the founder of the Dream Weather Foundation. She leads workshops and retreats for women in diverse communities and organizations around the country. Scott focuses her work on restoring the link between feminine wisdom and social change as well as on the healing nature of dreams. She has spoken to audiences in the U.S. and from Switzerland to India.

She is the author of:

To learn more about the work of Anne Scott go to www.dreamweather.org.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How listening to our dreams can open us to inner wisdom
  • What are the kinds of questions we can ask to help discover the meaning of a dream
  • How the language of our dreams is unique and resides inside
  • How she works with women in traumatic situations, such as being homeless
  • How to make a circle of safety in order to share our dreams with others
  • Why it's critical we come together and practice our connection
  • What is the feminine principle
  • How can dreams help us with depression

Host: Justine Willis Toms    Interview Date: 9/15/2011     Program Number: 3411

Music Playlist

From Album: Prayer for Compassion
Artist: David Darling
2009 Wind Over the Earth #WE2340

Opening Essay: Track 01 Untold Stories
Music Break 1: Track 03 Stones Start Spinning
Music Break 2: Track 10 Shoestrings
Music Break 3: Track 10 Shoestrings (reprise)