In many cultures for hundreds of years,

humans have used information from

'reality when we dream' to make sense of

information about 'reality when we

are awake'.  Military commanders

received indications for

important decisions at war,

kings would consult their oracles

to access information about

the consequences to a specific

course of action; inventors,

artists and scientists found

crucial inspiration from dreams

and 'daydreaming'.

Expanding the field of perception

Dreams as bridges

The techniques used during our events provide simple but effective steps to map out the journey across the dimensions of the personal_collective and the conscious_subconscious_unconscious.

 Becomebecome facilitators combine a range of accessible routines that the participants can learn and continue to explore at will

once the event is finished.

In recent years there has been renewed interested in lateral thinking, emotional intelligence, and other techniques that can help understand information one cannot

access using only logic or the rational mind. The exploration of Dreamtime provides a

useful trans-cultural paradigm to understand information

about all other liminal spaces. The Becomebecome approach uses a number of process-based perception strategies that allow inspiration from dreams to be included in individual and group work.

In Dreamtime one can access information that extends beyond the rational mind of the person who is dreaming.

Becomebecome perception strategies

allow to access transpersonal information about experience through playfulness, curiosity and intuition,

This notion has been made

famous in modern western

culture by the psychoanalyst 

Carl Jung at the beginning of the

20th Century when he proposed

the concept of  'the collective

unconscious'. The same notion 

is found in other traditions around 

the world and  it calls our attention

directly towards information about experience that is transpersonal.