Your wildest dreams

Throughout history, cultures all over the world have placed great importance on dreams as an expansion of reality, as a way to commune with the larger consciousness, as a way to connect to the past and the future - but did you know that dreams play a big role in our health as well?

Dreams are a fundamental way that we work through mental health issues, problem-solve, and build adaptive responses to stress. Dreaming is also tightly tied to sleep quality. 

In this course you'll learn:

🌿herbs that can support a healthy dream cycle

🌿herbs that can help break patterns of recurring nightmares

🌿herbs that can help you better remember your dreams

🌿herbs that can help you dream more vividly

🌿herbs that increase your ability to make choices during dreaming, often called lucid dreaming

Learn how to work with herbs to support your dreaming, and even how to work through patterns of nightmares.

This course includes 6+ hours of video, plus printable quick guides, resources, live Q&A sessions, and more - all for $25!

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome! (00:00)

  • 3

    The Importance of Dreams (24:06)

    • The Importance of Dreaming

  • 4

    Sleep Hygiene (17:14)

    • The Role of Sleep Hygiene in Dreaming

    • Do you have trouble sleeping?

  • 5

    "Dream Hygiene" (15:24)

    • "Dream Hygiene"

    • Nightly Dreaming Checklist

  • 6

    Dream Recall (08:05)

    • Enhancing Dream Recall

  • 7

    Lucidity in Dreaming (13:57)

    • Lucid Dreaming

  • 8

    Taking a Break (09:38)

    • Taking a Break

  • 9

    Dream Analysis (12:42)

    • Dream Analysis

  • 10

    Nightmares (108:59)

    • Working through Nightmares

    • A Case Study on Nightmares

    • Nettle Resources

  • 11

    Materia Medica for Dreaming (128:31)

    • Mugwort

    • Kava & Calamus

    • The Betonies

    • Cannabis

    • Bittergrass

    • Salvia divinorum

    • Ubulawu

    • Snowdrop

    • Resistant Starches

    • Share your Experiences

  • 12

    Flower Essences (15:51)

    • Flower Essences and Dreamwork

  • 13

    An Elemental Understanding of Dreaming (22:40)

    • Dreaming and the Elements

  • 14

    Formulas & Implementation (01:51)

    • Wrapping Up

Dreaming for Mental Health

Did you know that healthy dreaming plays a big role in healthy mental and emotional states? 

Dreams are an opportunity for the subconscious to go to work on the troubles and lessons of the day, and integrate them into the deeper mind. They can serve as a form of emotional detoxification, in which highly reactive elements - stress and negative experiences - are broken down or joined with other complexes to be eliminated, rendered inert, or made newly useful.

In other words: dreams help us make sense of the things we've experienced, and to integrate those experiences into our lives.

We can direct that work when we approach dreaming with intention - so that we are working more efficiently to recover from and adapt to the stress in our lives.

But wait, there's more! 🙂

In addition to the videos, we provide features to accommodate all the different ways people like to learn, so you can internalize the information easily!

  • Lifetime access - so you can review the content as many times as you like, forever!

  • Weekly live Q&A sessions with Katja and Ryn - to ask your questions directly, live and in person! (They're even archived, in case you miss one!) This course has 3 months of live Q&A support.

  • Ask questions anytime - we're always just a click away: you can ask any questions in the integrated discussion forum, and we're committed to personally answering your questions, usually within 24 hours

  • Printable PDF materials - if you like to follow the videos along on paper, or keep them handy for a quick reference

  • Downloadable MP3 files - so you can review the content while you commute, workout, garden, ... anytime!

  • No-risk money back guarantee - no questions asked!

Are you sleeping?

Dreams can serve as an indicator of sleep quality. People with poor-quality, restless sleep may dream intensely and disruptively – often as nightmares – or else dream not at all. The latter is more likely when sleep is unsatisfactory on a chronic, ongoing basis.

Herbs can help you to work through recurrent nightmares that come from traumatic experiences or difficulty processing stress. 

And there are herbs who can help you deepen your dream practice - to more easily remember your dreams, to dream more vividly, and to even dream lucidly: to make choices and direct your dreams. 

We cover them all in this course!

This course also includes the basics of getting good sleep in the context of building a practice around dreaming with intention. If you have trouble sleeping, you might also enjoy the Better Sleep mini-course, for more detailed and in-depth material on breaking through those barriers.

Your Teacher


Ryn Midura

Ryn has been a practicing herbalist since 2010. He came to herbalism by way of martial arts, where his first experiences with herbs were focused on getting back into the game and becoming more flexible, adaptable, and resilient. Passing that experience on to others is what keeps him motivated every day.