Community Dream Council

Emakhet Uru is a Priestess in the living Goddess traditions through the Temple of Isis. She apprenticed with the High Priestess for 3 years where she learned how to be a minister and serve the community. She formed Sphinx Mystery School that’s focused on bringing magickal studies to people in an authentic way. In addition to oracle readings, Emakhet also holds workshops on dreams, and is the visionary founder of Dream Council which provides tools to find medicine through the magick of dreams.

Jonah Gabriel Haas is a cultural anthropologist, a messenger, an entrepreneur, and an avid lucid dreamer. He is the Marketing Director and a Co-Founder of both Lucidity Festival LLC and Lucid University LLC. Jonah delights in producing immersive and participatory transformational experiences that speak to peoples’ mythic selves and are in service to waking humanity up. He holds an MA in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a double BA in Marketing and Anthropology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Dearest to his heart are the practices of lucid dreaming & lucid living which he weaves into the storytelling of all of his earthly endeavors.

Craig “Sim” Webb is an author/researcher on dreams, lucid dreaming and consciousness, as well as a physicist/inventor and recording/performing artist. His path was sparked 3 decades back when he nearly drowned on a rafting trip and suddenly began recalling ~10 dreams a day and having powerful lucid and precognitive dreams. Since then, he’s graduated from McGill University, participated in pioneering lucid dreaming research at Stanford and at Montreal’s Sacré-Coeur Hospital, designed biofeedback tools sold worldwide, and helped found/produce Making Contact (a progressive radio show airing weekly on 150-250 international stations since 1993).

Barbara Bain has devoted her life to reconnecting humans with dream and vision. She supports communities and individuals with a return to their natural relationship with the earth and its soul, the universal dream matrix, and the human soul’s return to dream and vision as a way of life. Barbara writes, teaches, and presents on themes of Depth Psychology and dream. She offers Community Dream Matrix, Yoga Nidra, group and personal dream work, Mythic Tarot, and astrology to empower people in the art of living the dream. Barbara is an enrolled member of the Shasta Indian Nation of Northern California, and has spent most of her life in the indigenous ways. She is a Certified Dream Tender with Master dream worker Stephen Aizenstat. She holds an M.A. in Depth Psychology, an M.S. in Cultural and Natural Resource Management, a certification in documentary film from the Seattle Film Institute, and is currently completing her PhD in Community Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She specializes in indigenous dream, sovereign indigenous rights, land, and resources. She can be reached for group and individual consultations at her private practice, Indigenous Awakening Consulting:

Workshops & Presentations

  • Honoring the Dream

    90 min | Altar of Spirit

    You're invited to sit in council with fellow dreamers. This will be a lightly structured community conversation about dreams and their role in our lives. Four skilled dreamers will moderate the discussion and keep the group on topic with a few guiding inquiries including, by not limited to: How can we best listen to and honor the guidance of our dreams? How can a conscious dream practice and lucid dreaming support a deeply inspired life? What are some tools, tricks, and methods to up-level our dream practices? We're inviting a circle and as such would like to hear from many voices, so if you have dream experience to share or if you're just wanting to absorb the community wisdom, this community dream council might be for you.

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