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November 15, 2003 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Lakota People inspired the dream group model used in this workshop where dreams are seen as possible inform at i o n for the entire community, not just for the individual. Some dreams are collective visions. Some “ordinary” dreams are inspiring/enlightening/healing even for others to hear. In this workshop, participants will be invited to share dreams on an individual level as well as to explore a dream’s potential for the group process. “Why did I need to hear this dream? ” is a salient question for those listening to another’s dream . This workshop is experiential . Care will be taken to insure confidentiality, set boundaries , and operate from compassion. All who volunteer to experience this unique process for dream work will be respected and honored for what it brings to all of us collectively.
Related Friday Talk: Threads, Knots, and Tapestries: Our Dream Stories and the Collective Unconscious
Tess Castleman, M.A., is a Zurich graduate and Jungian analyst since 1989, and faculty and a newly elected member of the Curatorium of the Jung Institute of Zurich. She is author of Threads, Knots, Tapestries: How a Tribal Connection is Revealed through Dreams and Synchronicities and the soon to be published: Sacred Circles: Creating Dreaming Community. She has also completed a novel. She lives in Dallas, Texas, and Zurich, Switzerland, where she practices as an analyst. She leads dream retreats throughout the world.Purchase Workshops