Introduction to Dreamwork for Spiritual Practice


Rodger Kamenetz

Rodger Kamenetz is an award-winning poet, author and teacher. Of his ten books, his best known is The Jew in the Lotus, the story of rabbis making a holy pilgrimage through India to meet with the Dalai Lama. His account of their historic dialogue became an international bestseller, prompting a reevaluation of Judaism in the light of Buddhist thought. After retiring from Louisiana State University as a Distinguished Professor of English and Religious Studies, Rodger has devoted himself to working with clients who seek spiritual direction through their dreams. He lives and works in New Orleans.

Moira Crone

Moira Crone has been practicing the dreamwork since 2002. Her latest novel, The Not Yet, was nominated for the Philip K Dick Award in 2013 for best science fiction novel of the year. Professor Emerita and former director of the LSU MFA program, Crone received the Robert Penn Warren Award for the body of her work in fiction in 2009.

Kezia Kamenetz

Kezia Kamenetz graduated from Yale University with a degree in Philosophy in 2009. Since then she has been a student of Marc Bregman and Archetypal Dreamwork at North of Eden. She has been working with clients since 2012 and has been trained for group work at retreat centers in Vermont, British Columbia, Oregon, and New Mexico. She is also an experienced social justice organizer, hosting a grassroots community oriented radio show and participating in Theater of the Oppressed productions.