What is dream weaving?
Dream weaving is a magical means of developing consciousness and finding your natural state of mindfulness which is based on the literal 'weaving' together of different thoughts, feelings, emotions, memories, experiences, so as to create new reality. Just like yoga, magic is all about unity and connection, between self and environment and between self and other. What you're doing is seeking out connections between past experience, past trauma, the mind, memory, and your environment.
One of the clearest examples of magic is sailing. You have a boat. You have to cross say a lake. Now you can grab a couple of oars and just row your boat across the water, but this involves a lot of effort and hard work and by the time you get the boat to where you need to be chances are you will be knackered. However alternatively, you can learn about the enviroment, erect a mast, a sail, and let the wind and environment propel the boat through the water while you sit on the deck with a friend enjoying a drink or two. Today's modern magicians are people who write code. Imagine having a smartphone 200 years ago and being able to send texts, instant messages - people would see you as some sort of wizard or witch. Magic is really all about seeking out and finding connections and through this harmony, equilibrium and flow.
Dream weaving is arguably the simplest, most natural and most direct means of developing consciousness and mindfulness. Fundamentally you're doing what you normally do anyway, and that is to socially interact with other people. Only you're doing it aware of the mystical principles contained within 'The Principle and the Process' (Qultura methodology) and you're meeting different people and sharing stories and narratives based on memories, experiences, and so on. As magic is based on language, as is dream weaving, on language and drama, you need to be prepared to do some reading, some social interaction and some exploration, experimentation and learning. This is because you're not following someone else's method but instead creating your own unique methods and philosophies.
Once you become familiar with the principles and get the hang of it through some practice, dream weaving can be a powerful way of resolving past trauma, seeking out and developing truth, figuring out what you want to do in life, and together in community can be used for activities such as future visioning and social design.