Friday-Sunday, November 16-18


Hameau de L’Etoile



Learning from the Dream Shaman of Switzerland



Hameau de l’Etoile, a beautiful retreat center in a restored 17th century stone village, where we can share dreams at the breakfast table, gather by a blazing hearth fire in the evenings, and roam the gently rolling hills.  Accommodations packages are available for a reasonable price.  Please contact theHameau directly to arrange lodging and meals.

Les tarifs  en pension complète par jour et par personne  vont de: 65€ le moins cher (chambreà 5 ou 6 personnes ) à 110 € le plus cher(cassine 1personne)

The cost of the full accommodations package (all meals included) per person, per day, ranges from 65 euros (large room shared with 4 or 5 others) to 110 euros (private cabin or spacious room)

Emmanuelle Nesme 
Tel: 06 14 82 15 25



Carl Jung labored to bring together the best of Western science and scholarship with ancient ways of soul travel and soul remembering. Throughout his life, he was guided by dreams and synchronicity, and in this class, we will learn from his practice rather than his theories.

We’ll journey, like Jung, through the many-tiered House of the Soul. We’ll walk with the Sacred Guide, as Jung walked with his Philemon. We’ll meet the Shadow. We’ll discover that dreams unlock the limitless field of nonlocal mind he called the collective unconscious.

And we’ll develop field perception, as Jung practiced that as he watched the movements of wind and water, of a fox or a beetle, as he counseled his clients by Lake Zurich.

The Making of a Modern Dream Shaman

Reading Jung’s Red Book, we see the enormity of the price Jung paid for his wisdom, and come to appreciate the extent of his courage and eventual self-mastery. This is a record of a thoroughly shamanic descent to the Underworld, and of a long test and initiation in houses of darkness from which lesser minds and feebler spirits might never have managed to find their way back.

Out of the shamanic depth of his personal experience, grounded in science and scholarship and the practice of counseling, Jung crafted a depth psychology in which dreams are central.

As a dream shaman, Jung knew and insisted that dreams show us what the soul wants in life. He wrote that “All day long I have exciting ideas and thoughts. But I take up in my work only those to which my dreams direct me.” He was perennially willing both to be mobilized by dreams and to accept course correction from them.

– From Dreaming the Soul Back Home by Robert Moss

In this workshop, you’ll learn how you can:

  • Utilize dreams as research assignments.
  • “Amplify” a dream through active imagination in the service of guidance and healing.
  • Walk and talk with a Sacred Guide, as Jung walked with Philemon.
  • Recognize the Shadow and the play of archetypes and seek balance
  • Journey through many levels of the House of Your Life.
  • Get a second opinion on your issues by reading the sign language of the world.