Blue Night is the original Mayan description of ‘house’, in its primacy as shelter and a place of refuge. When it’s dark and night vision gives predators the advantage, we are at risk without walls around us. A roof protects against rain and excessive cold. If we have this comfort, we can drop into a deep sleep – and if we can sleep soundly, without restless fear, we can dream. The Dreamtime is a place of soul movement unencumbered by physical limitation and it occupies, of the 24 hour day, almost a third of our lives. It’s not a flatline of unconsciousness but a dreamscape where we shape shift and live out odd, karmic fantasias. Blue Night celebrates the greatest material comfort we can possess: a shelter in which to dream ourselves into the heavens.