Interview with Sue by Katherine Bell on The Dream Journal
KSQD Radio, Santa Cruz
Episode 9 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
Katherine Bell, a dreamwork practitioner in Santa Cruz, interviewed me on her radio show recently. Here’s the interview – we talked about dreams, dreaming and why we dream.
Archetypes or The Figures in Our Dreams
Welcome to Episode 8 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
In this episode, we explore the magic of the figures who come in our dreams. Who are they? Why are they there? Why do people I know (like my ex) come in my dreams?
“Types” of Dreams – or Why There are No Real Types of Dreams.
Welcome to Episode 7 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
Welcome back to An Etymology of Dreaming. In this episode we delve into the realm of dream types – or rather the question of can we try to force dreams into “types” that make sense on a personal level.
The Mystery of Non Sequitur Dreaming
Welcome to Episode 6 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
Welcome to my latest podcast (after a long break) where we delve into the landscape of the non sequitur-ness of dreaming. Why do we have dreams that seem so strange and so non-relevant to anything happening in our worlds, our lives, our relationships? Let’s explore…
The How of Embodied Dreamwork
Welcome to Episode 5 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
What is the “How” of Dreamwork? How do we work with dreams in an embodied way, so that we open and take in the learning, healing, challenges of our dreams. Join Sue for an exploration of the How of Dreaming through the mythos of Sleeping Beauty – and how this fairy tale showed a “how” for a dreamer.
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In Conversation with Kate Chadwick
Welcome to Episode 4 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
Join Sue Scavo for a conversation about dreams with Integrative Dreamwork Practitoner Kate Chadwick.
You can find Kate’s Artwork here: artkate.blogspot.com/
Image: Yellow Veil by Kate Chadwick
The FOUNDATIONS of EMBODIED DREAMWORK
Welcome to Episode 3 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
In this episode, we explore the foundations of Embodied Dreamwork – what makes it unique from other ways of working with dreams and the basic beliefs that inform and shape Embodied Dreamwork.
YOGA and DREAMS PODCAST with Bill and Tias!
Welcome to Episode 2 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming.
In this episode I explore the fascinating interplay of the worlds of Yoga and Dreams
– with Bill St.Cyr and Tias Little.
Welcome to Episode 1 of An [Etymology] of Dreaming. In this episode we explore the most commonly asked questions I receive about dreams from – “How do I remember my dreams?” to “Why do I have scary dreams?”