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The 11-Day Dream Reunions Invitation

Discover how to schedule dream visits with your deceased loved one,  and paint a new picture of life after loss in 

a FREE 11-day 1-1 Mentorship and healing journey

(whether you believe in an afterlife or not)

Hello there, 
fellow griever

Since you lost your loved one, the pain is unbearable and unapproachable. You miss them like crazy and it feels impossible to move on...


but what if you don't have to move on?

Dream Reunions is an 11-day invitation to use the healing power of dreams to evolve and continue your relationship with your dead loved one.

Short on time? Click below for a quick 2-minute summary.

What is Dream Reunions?

Dream Reunions is an invitation to experience the light side of grief that no one talks about.

  • The possibility that death ends a life, but not a relationship. 

  • The possibility that you can continue and evolve your relationship with your dead loved one through dreams

  • The possibility that you can grow into a more expansive version of yourself that can contain this new story, activate latent talents and harvest the wisdom and vitality inherent in your grief.


Dream Reunions is a practical application of the Continuing Bonds Grief Model which focuses on creating and nurturing a new relationship with your deceased loved one and continuing your bond instead of trying to follow a linear process that ends with you detaching, letting go or creating a new life that excludes them.

In essence,  Dream Reunions is a creative bridge to your future, while keeping the connection with your dead loved one alive.


You might not believe in an afterlife and that is fine. 

Dream Reunions is beyond religion, spiritual traditions, or belief systems.


It is an invitation to investigate, to inquire, to become soft, flexible, and open - and from this place, see what is possible...

Inside my 11-Day Invitation you'll get

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  • Visitation dream practices to regenerate your physical, emotional, and mental bodies and open your ATTRACTOR field to receive dream communications from your loved one

  • 11 easy-to-follow daily lessons to learn how to master the foundational dream skills needed to build a bridge between you and your loved one in real-time

  • 3 (1-1) Mentorship calls to help you process and integrate your grief, attune to the soul essence of your loved one, and release any energetic blocks that might be preventing you from making a connection.

  •  Visualization Meditations to raise your core vibration and attune you to the soul essence and frequency of your loved one

  • PLUS 5 Remembrance rituals to amplify the bond you share with your loved one and invoke grace to support your intention to reunite

The Challenges Inherent in Grief

One of the hardest things in grief is the finality of death: one minute a person is here, and the next minute they are gone. Just like that. Death evokes a profound sense of powerlessness and helplessness because there is nothing you can do to bring them back. This leaves you feeling empty, terrified, and insecure because you don’t know if you will be able to move on. 

Very often, your grief compounds:

  • You feel stuck and don’t know how to move on or exist in a world without your person.

  • You miss your person like crazy and long to feel the warmth of their hug one more time.

  • Perhaps you are tormented by guilt and regret because you didn’t call more often, missed an opportunity to connect, or spoke harsh words you can never take back.

  • On the other hand, maybe there were words left unsaid: I’m sorry, I love you, I miss you, thank you…


And despite your best efforts to face up to all these challenges (and a lot more), life feels devoid of color, taste, and smells. The grief is eating you from the inside, and it is as though you are shuffling through your life enveloped in a grey fog of meaningless.

Grief is hard.

But it is not insurmountable, although it often feels this way. A dream visit with your person can release frozen energy and give you the courage you need to work through your grief and reconcile any feelings of depression and apathy.

It can be genuinely life-changing.


My name is Ning

I am a grief guide, dream researcher, and spiritual healer. I am also a fellow griever who lost her mother and has experienced the gut-wrenching depths of sorrow, the relentless heart shattering, and found a way through with the help of visitation dreams.

Since 2013, I have spent thousands of hours exploring the realms of dreams through Western sleep and dream science, Jungian dream work, Eastern dream yoga, and other techniques from my African heritage. This ultimately allowed me to reconnect with my mother in a profound dream 2 weeks after she died in 2018.

​In the ~5.5 years since then, I have had 200+ dream dates with her where I received many warm hugs and guidance from her, and inside the Dream Reunions 11-Day invitation, I show you everything I have learned that has allowed me to continue my relationship with my mother.

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Interesting Fact

Did you know that we spend a third of our lives sleeping

and that if you lived to 60 years old, you would have spent 20 years sleeping and 4 years dreaming?


Imagine evolving your relationship with your deceased loved one so that you can continue your relationship with them.

"The dream is a little hidden door in the innermost and most secret recesses of the soul… "— CARL JUNG


Why Have a Dream Reunion?

Dream Reunions shines the torch of awareness on a part of grief that is never fully explored or spoken about. A visitation dream from your deceased loved one can serve as an anchor, inspire hope, give context to a bleak period in your life when everything is shrouded in darkness, and grant you the courage needed to fully inhabit your grief and rewrite your story after loss.


Even one visitation dream is enough to radically transform the trajectory of your life because it opens you up to existential questions like what the nature of reality is, the meaning of life, and purpose.


This may sound too simple or out there. But just take a minute to imagine the possibilities of…


Imagine waking up after a dream visit with your person… trembling with amazement and filled with joy at the hyperreality of the warmth of their hug as they held you in their arms knowing that you had just had a profound experience that would stay with you for years if not the rest of your life.


Imagine tapping into deep reservoirs of strength and resilience, that creates space around your sorrow and provides you with the courage and context to take up the excruciating process of digesting and integrating the unresolved patterns of grief.


Imagine telling them all the things you didn’t have a chance to tell them before they died. Like how much you loved them and ask for forgiveness or hearing them tell you they are not upset with you, that is ok, alleviating any guilt or regrets you might have had.


Imagine waking up from a dream visit with a natural joyful high that spills over into your waking life and provides you with nourishment, consolation, inspiration, and peace that softens the anguish of grief and the process of rebuilding your life.

Continued Relationship

Imagine them showing up during major life milestones like a new job, new relationship, or the birth of a child to offer  you guidance, advice, insights, warnings, or general support assuring you that they will always be a part of your life


Imagine that through this process of tending your grief, you experience post-traumatic growth (PTG): you awaken to your creative potential, discover latent genius and unleash potentials/passions and talents that have not been previously accessed launching you into a new phase of your life that is full of purpose and your unique contribution to the world.

Basically, Dream Reunions is a creative bridge to your future, while keeping the connection with your dead loved one alive. It offers deep healing and restoration by creating a bridge between your past and future, and the sooner you recognize it, the easier it becomes to soften into your grief, reconstruct a new identity and evolve your relationship with your loved one.

In my attempts to make sense of an unfathomable situation after the death of my mother, I stumbled upon this connection. But there is no reason you have to continue to struggle through grief like many people do with no context.


This is why I created this 11-day Dream Reunion Invitation

The Simple "Secret" Framework to have a Dream Visit

Over the last 10 years, I have learned what it takes to lucidly traverse the dream realms and in the last 5, I have learned how to use this skill to reconnect with my mother after her death in 2018 and continue our relationship.

I have spent thousands of hours, and over $100,000 in courses and training programs to understand consciousness and what happens after death, and while I’ve learned a lot of things, the biggest thing I’ve learned is this -


There is no secret to having a dream visit with a loved one.


People have spontaneous visitation dreams all the time – you might have even had one, but there is a formula that will help you induce them at will so that you don’t have to wait but can reach out to your loved one when you have something to tell them, the way you used to call them on their cell phone or go visit them.

It’s just a matter of:

  1. Mindset: Being open-minded with an expansive/curious mindset

  2. Emotional State: Being in a stable emotional state that allows for restorative sleep.

  3. Longing: Having a strong desire and urgency to reconnect with them

  4. Dream Aptitude: Have the dreaming skills to get you there.

That’s all it takes. 

Your loved one will always be a part of you and with the M.E.L.D framework, you can begin to experience this as a reality. Take the visitation dream quiz to see if you are ready.

I cannot promise you a dream visit but by the end of this invitation...

You’ll rekindle the embers of hope that you don’t have to move on by discovering dream reunion rituals (like P.S I love you) that allow you to keep the lines of communication open and ease the burden of grief.

You’ll understand the various types of grief dreams grievers have and discover how to remember your dreams using effortless dream recall techniques.

You’ll learn how to process and digest the unbearable pain and overwhelming emotions of grief in a safe and less painful way using release dreams.

 You’ll have a set of evening rituals and morning rituals that create an inner and outer environment fertile to promote restorative sleep, visitation dreams, and an emerging hope in your future possibilities.

You’ll learn how to schedule dream visits with your person by scripting and incubating dreams that remove randomness and invites consistent connections.

You’ll understand how to restore and amplify the bond you shared with your loved one by creating threads of connection (Dream Reunions technique), so that you can build a bridge to a new type of relationship that spans the rest of your life.

And eventually, you will have a rich and evolving relationship with your loved one where you can schedule dream visits when you miss them extra and just want a hug and small talk, or want to share an important milestone you just experienced. That’s the dream, right?

What's Included?

The 11-Day Dream Reunion Invitation is an immersive 11-day 1-1 healing mentorship journey where you’ll learn everything there is to know about how to induce a dream visit from your deceased loved one and heal the grief that separates you from you.


Phase 1 : Prepare

Learn about the foundations of dreaming, types of grief dreams, and the key ingredients needed to have a dream reunion.


Phase 2: Reconnect

Learn how to meet your loved one in a new way by embarking on a “Soul Essence Attunement Journey” to find all the threads that keep you connected to your loved one.


Phase 3 : Reunite

Learn how to use ancient dream techniques like dream incubation to schedule and shape the details of dream dates with your loved one.

Cosmetic Smear

Phase 4 : Rewrite

Discover how to integrate dream visits into your life as a way to evolve and continue your relationship with your person and rewrite your grief story.

What people say about visitation dreams...

Carl Jung

“Six weeks after his death, my father appeared to me in a dream. Suddenly he stood before me and said that he was coming back from his holiday. He had made a good recovery and was now coming home. I thought he would be annoyed with me for having moved into his room. But not a bit of it!...It was an unforgettable experience, and it forced me for the first time to think about life after death.”

Please Note: This is a FREE 11-day mentorship program

At this time, I am offering this invitation for FREE because I want every grieving person to have the same hope and consolation that visitation dreams offered me during the darkest periods of my life.

All I ask of you is 2 things:


1. Sign up only if you are willing to invest the time (~ 11 - 15 hours over 11 days)  to learn how to reconnect with your loved one through dreams

2. At the end of the mentorship, once you do have a visitation dream with your loved one and/or if you are happy with the results of my mentorship, please offer the gift of hope to other bereaved people by sharing your experience so that others know it is possible to schedule visitation dreams with their loved ones.

Who this is for

So who is this invitation for?

This invitation is for grievers who are ready to explore the possibility of connecting with their loved one through dreams, redefine their relationship, and rewrite their grief story in a supportive healing container created by someone who understands their pain because I have walked the same path.


I only have 5 spots available.

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