One to one service for closer contact with your inner self.
"As well as being very knowledgeable, Jordan has a natural intuition and empathy. Her dream interpretations are very insightful, and have helped me see much deeper into the meanings and messages in my dreams. I would 100% recommend her"
"Jordan really listens, and has a great ear for details. What Jordan notices has, on several occasions, really opened my eyes and caused me to wonder how I could not have seen that myself. She has a really good feel for the direction our dreams are sending us in so that life becomes more rich and enjoyable. She really helped me go further and to find what I had long sought and long sought to achieve" - translated from German Original Text
"Jordan is well-versed in mythology and the themes that appear in our dreams as a call to self-development. She intuitively knows where the deeper messages lie. In my work with her I really benefited from new and deeper insights. Highly reccomended." - translated from German Original Text
"Jordan is a person who combines knowledge, feeling, intuition and mindfullnes to help me bring together disparate elements and see the whole in it's larger setting, from an honest perspective, and to understand what my subconcious is trying to communicate to me. It was a hugely worthwhile experience for me. Thankyou!" - Translated from Polish Original Text
Working With Me
"Once we get used to listening to our dreams, our whole body responds like a musical instrument." - Marion Woodman
We all stand within a unique web of relationships and situations shaped by the unique history of our own forebears and our own choices. Dreams are that wonderful occurence where our personal, inner codes of meaning, mythology, symbol and history merge into one unique story, told by our innermost Self. Our subconscious speaks to us in symbols and metaphor, and understanding what it has to say requires a certain kind of intuition, a certain kind of knowledge and the ability to make sense of the mysterious. Dreams have fascinated me since childhood for just that reason: their language spans the territories of myth, psychology, the creative arts, spirituality and our cultural heritage.
My own background encompasses an equally broad range of disciplines. My first qualification was in software engineering, a feild where logic and creativity meet, but instead I moved to working in the arts. For over 30 years I used story, symbol and narrative as the tools of my trade. In 2006 I graduated from the University of Auckland with a degree in Philosophy and Sociology, two of many subjects dear to my heart. Dream work, psychology, mythology, languages and history are ongoing passions I continue with self-directed study.
It is these many tools and ways of seeing that I bring to our partnership. I am at home in that place where logic, intuition and creativity meet and with the language of symbols and story. I have a fascination for the human condition and our cultural and linguistic heritages. And yet, as with any dream-work partnership YOU play the vital role. You, after all, are the expert on yourself, and you are the person dreaming your dreams. A dream guide is a catalyst with experience in the language of dreams. I am there to help you bring what remains obscure of in shadow into clear view.
The door to the soul is unlocked; you do not need to please the doorkeeper, the door in front of you is yours, intended for you, and the doorkeeper obeys when spoken to" - Robert Bly
I have worked with my own dreams and those of others for over 15 years, and would love to help you connect with your inner Self, and the path it opens up to you via your dreams. Each symbol and charachter in your dreams has a meaning that is yours and, often, only yours. As an example, as someone from New Zealand, my associations with a Kiwi (the bird rather than the fruit!) might be along the lines of national pride, or a feeling of home. For anyone who did not grow up there, the meaning might be quite different - being "grounded" (flightless) in our attempts at autonomy or forward movement, or being somehow endangered or useless, as examples. Often, we turn to dream dictionaries to understand symbols, and remain stumped at what our dreams mean. Or we simply chose to accept a meaning because it seems positive, or are filled with concern when it is not. In each case we can be missing important messages from our own subconscious mind. Yes, it can sometimes be helpful to put an "archetypal" lens on symbols in dreams, but ones personal associations in the web of meaning is vital. It is in unearthing this, and finding the connections between these images, that I can help.