Many authors and spiritual leaders encourage inner orientation as one of the strategies of transformative integration. Like Carl Jung, I like to think of every figure in a dream-whether a character or an object-as representing a part of the dreamer. The multifaceted intricacy of dream experiences includes a complex narrative, a somatic and energetic felt sense, verbal aspects, visual-spatial metaphors, prospective intuitions and insightful problem-solving. In Jung’s view, dreams are purposeful, and their goal is to synthesize experience into images in meaningful and creative ways. Dream images offer new perspectives to approach old problems. Dreams enhance learning. The flowing interplay between conscious and unconscious mind provide invaluable guidance in our transformative journeys.