Born in Switzerland in 1991, I graduated in IT until a burnout made me reconsider all my priorities. Now, I am a father living in Australia.
The common thread between these two times of my life is my interest in depth psychology, which I have been studying for close to a decade. It has provided me with a basis for understanding and containing my overwhelming experiences.
Though I have gone through different therapeutic modalities (Talk Therapy, Internal Family System, Somatic Experiencing, Biomagnetics, …), I have maintained a dream journal for all these years. Working with my dreams has been my greatest friendship: it has provided me with guidance when the future was uncertain, encouraged me when there was fear and revealed my blind spots when I was too arrogant.
Nevertheless, I must say that working with dreams is exceptionally tricky, even after years of experience. I am fortunate enough to have developed a certain ease with it and felt the need to make myself available online. I hope to teach others how I do it so they can develop their own preferred method.
With the hope of talking with you,
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I remember my dreams?
Get a notebook that you like, a pen that you like, leave both next to your bed. Finally, just before getting asleep, promise yourself to write any dream fragments from the coming night, no matter how small or cryptic the dream will be. If done with genuine intent and a willingness to act, this is usually enough to get things going.