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
Expanding the field of perception
Becomebecome facilitators combine a range of accessible routines that participants can learn and continue to explore at will after
the event is finished.
In recent years there has been renewed interested in lateral thinking, emotional intelligence, and other techniques that can help interpret information that goes beyond logic or the rational mind.
The exploration of a space where intuitive insight is accessed through changes in the body is a useful
In particular, Becomebecome Intuitive Journeys generate access to information that extends beyond the rational mind of the person who is dreaming and taps into group-dynamics, synchronicity, and transpersonal insight.
trans-cultural paradigm to transform subliminal insight into information that can be used for personal and professional growth.
The Becomebecome approach uses a number of process-based perception strategies that allow for intuitive insight to be included in individual and group tasks for short-term or long-term projects.
This notion was 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 idea is also found in other traditions around the world and it always refers to a space where it is possible to access information which is inherently transpersonal.
Becomebecome Intuitive Journeys allow access to transpersonal information through playfulness, curiosity, and intuition. 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.