DreamWork and Astrology

Remember, the entrance door to the sanctuary is inside you.  ―Rumi

The Search for Fulfillment
and the Evolution of Consciousness

Anima and Animus Dimi P


As a plant produces its flower, so the psyche creates its symbols. Every dream is evidence of this process.  ―Carl Jung

Hélène trained with many teachers and shamans, notably Dr. Alberto Villoldo (The Four Winds Society), Dr. Stephen Aizenstat (Dream Tending, Pacifica Graduate Institute), Eileen McCabe, Sandra Seacat, and Tineke Noordegraaf and Rob Bontenbal (using the holographic model of reincarnation therapy). Hélène received her master’s from the Sorbonne, Paris, where she wrote her thesis on Henry James (The Search for Fulfillment).

You are terrifying and strange and beautiful. Something not everyone knows how to love.  ―Warsan Shire

Dream work and astrology are transformative
and nourish understanding and healing.
They are medicine for the soul.
In the dream we are connected to our inner self and to the divine.
We experience the dream’s intelligence and the world psyche.

Everything in the universe is connected.

               The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.                                         ―Joseph Campbell

Dreams provide insight into the personal
and archetypal dimensions of the unconscious.
Astrology reflects the cycles in our life, planet, and world.
Both help us integrate our conscious and unconscious selves
so we can explore our path, gain self-insight
and wisdom, and fulfill ourselves.

Inside, you’ve got heaven and earth, and all of creation. You’re a world—everything is hidden in you.  ―Hildegarde of Bingen

From my weakness, I drew strength that never left me.                             ―Jorge Luis Borges

Dreamwork—We are consciousness
Dreamwork—Art is perpetual rebirth

                        The unconscious depends on our participation to produce its healing forces.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Marie Louise Von Franz

Something Else by Frama
Something Else by Frama

We do not stare at scars, which are places where the soul has struggled to leave and been forced back, closed up, sewn in. ― J.M. Coetzee