Bill’s Personal Page

Bill’s Personal Page

Bill St.Cyr

Bill St.Cyr

My Personal Pages

My name is Bill St.Cyr and this page is devoted to sharing my personal journey through the world of my dreams and how I work with them in my life. For me dreams have been a way to turn inside and get away from the din of noise and drama of the world. A way for me to find my own personal understanding of myself and my relationship to spirit.

There is a lot more that I could say here but I am going to let the writings below speak for themselves…

Confusion and Innocence

dolphins surfing


My dream practice right now is to let go of the confusion – to let go of old guilt. To just be with the “crazy” old hippie guy who is acknowledging my gift.

It is a big piece of work for me to continue the process of not letting confusion take me out. To actually just be with the immensity of the not understanding my own pain and the pain of the world.

To even now, over 30 years after the death of my brother, to let go of needing an answer to the scream of “why?” and to let the scream be there. To not deny the scream and to not need a resolution to it either.

To be with the grief that still lives in me and to also be with the love that I feel for and from Robert to this day.

To be with the same scream that sometimes comes up for me around the challenges and horrors of the world right now and to not need an answer.

To actually accept also that on some level I do know something about the loss of my brother and about the horrors of the world. And that this knowing is “enough”. That this knowing is deeper than any “answer” my mind might want to find.

That this knowing is the gift that the hippie animus dude is trying to get me to see.

I am scared of this knowing and the places that it comes from. I am scared of how old it feels and that it is from beyond this lifetime. I am scared of how deeply anchored it is in the dream world and not in this world, although some other part of me knows there is not so much a split here as I think.

I am scared and it is easier to write about the fear than it is to write about the excitement that is growing in me too. The excitement for my own healing and for the reclaiming of my inner lineage.

The excitement and gratitude that I feel sharing this journey with all of you.

I feel some days like we are all surfers on these huge waves of consciousness that come in our dreams. I picture us all out at the beach waiting for the next wave – creating and living our own surfer culture.

I like that feeling.

See you at the beach,




The History of Last Night’s Dream by Rodger Kamenetz, turns the common approach to dreams on it’s head. It goes against the modern inclination to reduce our dreams to mere interpretation.

It instead, as Oprah got so excited about, opens a “hidden path to the soul”.

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The approach he elucidates is the key to understanding the deeper meaning of your dreams. In order to open our dreams we need to have the kind of broader understanding that Rodger shares here.

This is why this book is our favorite dream book. If you read it, we promise you will never look at your dreams the same way again.

Rodger steps back from the extraordinarily narrow focus of modern dream work and gives us a broader and deeper understanding of what dreams are all about.

He does this through sharing his own dream journey and he shares the depth of his research into the biblical tradition of dreams.

Here is more from Rodger Kamenetz’ website:

In his search for the spiritual  truth of dreams, Rodger Kamenetz studies with an 87 year old female kabbalist in Jerusalem, a suave Tibetan tulku in Copenhagen, and a crusty intuitive archetypal dream master in northern Vermont.

With their guidance, Kamenetz plunges into the world of dreams, and shows how the constant struggle between dream and interpretation has shaped Western thought from Genesis to Freud– and Jung. This intellectual discovery only marks the threshold of an entire new world of the soul.

By entering fully into his archetypal dreams and taking on their reality, Kamenetz follows a path of increasing depth that leads to three ancient gifts of the dream.

There is no other dream book, that we know out there, that even attempts this challenge. Rodger wrote this book before the publication on 2009 of the Red Book – Carl Jung’s personal journey through his dreams.

Yet Rodger’s book syncs perfectly with the way that Jung worked his own process. Here is Jung speaking toward the very beginning of the Red Book:

“My soul, my soul, where are you? Do you hear me? I speak, I call you–are you there? I have returned, I am here again. I have shaken the dust of all the lands from my feet, and I have come to you, I am with you. After long years of long wandering, I have come to you again….”

Jung knew, just as Rodger Kamenetz speaks about in this book, that the real meaning of dreams exists in the invitation to that journey to the soul.

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Bill St.Cyr



What is extraordinary about Carl Jung’s Red Book, aside from that fact that it was kept secret for almost a hundred years, is that it is not some theory about dreams.

He was writing about his own personal process. In doing so he gives us access to learning how he worked with his own dreams and how we might work with ours.

He considered these writings to be of ultimate importance:

“These years… when I pursued the inner images, were the most important time of my life. Everything else is to be derived from this. It began at that time, and the later details hardly matter anymore. My entire life consisted in elaborating what had burst forth from the unconscious and flooded me like an enigmatic stream …..”

Yet the actual process that he used had been largely lost in today’s world of dream dictionaries and lucid dreaming. Jung looked at his dreams very differently. Here is an excerpt from the beginning of the Red Book:

“My soul, my soul, where are you? Do you hear me? I speak, I call you–are you there? I have returned, I am here again. I have shaken the dust of all the lands from my feet, and I have come to you, I am with you. After long years of long wandering, I have come to you again….

……Give me your hand, my almost forgotten soul. How warm the joy at seeing you again, you long disavowed soul. Life has led me back to you. … My soul, my journey should continue with you.”

This is not the kind of material that you will find written about dreams these days. We have lost what is most important, which is that our dreams are inviting us on a journey.

We have read and re-read this book to draw all that we can out of Jung’s own process. He was after all the most renowned dream analyst known today.

We may have wandered away from our dreams but all it takes to return to them is to call out to them the way that Carl did. If you do then you will be amazed at the response that you receive.


This is what Jung literally did. He called out to the characters in his dream and then he gave voice to the answers that came back to him. He did not interpret his dreams nor did he try to alter them. He instead opened a conversation and a real relationship with his dreams.

He created a process that can be used to work with your own dreams. We just have to first let go of our tendency to either judge or interpret our dreams. Then all we need do is listen and begin to learn.

A Step by Step Guide to Getting Started:

Six steps to conversing with your dreams:

  1. Take one of your dreams and simply pick one character from the dream.
  2. Ask them a question out loud. You could ask something about your dream or simply “Why have you come to me?” then take a breath and feel into being that character and see what response comes to you – trust the first thing that comes and then speak it out loud.
  3. Practice switching back and forth between your voice and that of the dream character – you can even change chairs as you do this (gestalt style) or you could journal the conversation as Jung did.
  4. Pay particular attention to your own feelings as you do this.
  5. Avoid doing this process with nightmares or other dreams that contain traumatic material ie violence, accidents etc. It is better with these kinds of dreams to have a trained person holding a safe space for you.
  6. Be tender with yourself around this process. Dreams can contain very intense emotional material. Only go as far in the process as feels comfortable to you.

There is a lot more to beginning a “journey to the soul” but this is a good place to start.


Do you have questions about this process? Let us know. We have been exploring our dreams in a similar way for almost 20 years. Most of our own work was done in relationship with a trained dream practitioner but we are inspired by Jung’s process to explore this process in other ways.

Let us know what you need to make this process work for you.

Bill St.Cyr

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