Dreamwork: Making Connections Class March 9th, 2019
Saturday, March 9th, 2019
The Metamorphosis Center
Join me on the path to uncovering the hidden messages of your subconscious mind.
Find other seekers who want to learn or enhance skills of recalling, recording and re-connecting with dreams. Now is the time to make an intention to find personal clarity and take small steps on the path to increased life satisfaction and ease in your waking life. This is Class I of a series of III.
Help! I can’t recall my dreams!
Why do we dream?
Record your dreams – what works for you?
Create a personal dream journal
“I believe we must look to realms of spirit and imagination if we are to find the wellsprings of healing, creativity and intuition, as well as insight into the deeper purpose of our lives.”
(Robert Moss– Dreamgates: Exploring the Worlds of Soul, Imagination and Life Beyond Death 2010)
Are you a life-time dreamer or do you want to learn more about how to work with your dreams? Either way, come join the fun as we practice skills of visualization and intuition to gain deeper insight into our nighttime dreams. Discover new ways of thinking about those supposedly “Random” images or find answers to, “Why is he in my dream?” Find support and encouragement to bring messages of healing, growth and insight into your waking life.
In this first of three classes we will begin the exploration into creating a deeper Connection to dream messages. Topics include:
- Help! I can’t recall my dreams!
- Exploring various ways of working with our dreams
- Recording our dreams
- Creating a dream journal
Each class will be a combination of learning about dreams and time for participants to share a recent dream as time allows. To ensure a feeling of safety and trust in sharing our dreams, each member will review and agree to a confidentiality statement. You will also be given tools of appropriately listening and responding to other’s dreams all the while remembering YOU are the expert of defining the meaning of your dream!
*(This dream group activity is not a substitute for professional health or mental health treatment and is not meant for those experiencing nightmares related to PTSD).