Adelita Chirino: Dream Teacher
Have you ever woken from a dream that mystified, delighted or scared the pajamas off you, wondering what could it mean? Dreams have guided me like maps through life's journeys, past, present and future. They've helped me through difficult times, challenged me out of complacency and convinced me of our immortality. As an educator and a counselor, I've delighted in sparking dream curiosity in diverse people of all ages for over thirty years. "Those who studied with Adelita consistently describe the work as "life-altering" because of the tools they received with which to explore their inner worlds." - Denise M. Romano, MSN, MA, The Graduate Institute, IHH Program Co-ordinator
Dreams give you the courage to live from your heart; this is what I believe, practice and teach. Active Dreaming is by far the most exciting approach I've found to connect people to their own dreaming. My dream workshops are playful and safe. "...an extraordinary experience. Her enthusiasm, wisdom, humor and knowledge made it a thoroughly enjoyable, worthwhile weekend." - Martin A. Schwartz, Ph.D. Prof. Yale University
Teach Our Children to Dream Strong
We can help preserve the magic of dreaming for our children by teaching them how to interact with scary dreams fearlessly and how to use their dreams as sources of fun and adventure in waking life. "I was amazed as I watched Adelita work with my kindergarten students. She allowed them to explore and express their feelings and fears about their dreams in a wonderful, creative way while providing a positive and safe environment." - Beth Lindley, M. Ed.
In "The Way of the Dreamer" Robert Moss says that dreaming is all about soul; "Dreaming is the real science of the soul." I agree. Dreaming is our inherent and natural connection to Self, our organic spirituality. I invite you to make that connection with me through Active Dreaming.
You are a wonderful teacher of Active Dreaming, Adelita. I see the juice and joy and creativity in everyone who has studied with you. -- Robert Moss