According to Arny Mindell (the founder of Processwork) we are all dreaming continuously. Signals from our night-time dreams are mirrored in our body experiences, feelings, our relationship issues and in the world - therefore we are always dreaming and everyone is a dreamer.
Prominent night-time dreams occur at important moments in our lives at the individual and collective levels. Accessing the dreams' essential nature: the ‘essence’ from which dreams arise opens us up to a deeper relationship with the embodied self and the world we live in. From the perspective of Processwork Covid-19 can be experienced as a world symptom. One which is dreamt up and unfolded by each of us in different ways.
This experiential and practical workshop is for newcomers to dreamwork as well as for those with more experience including those interested in personal and creative development. You will learn to explore your own dreams and/or develop skills to support others to work on their dreams. We will include brief presentations of the Processwork approach to dreamwork alongside other major approaches but the emphasis will be on practical dreamwork including demonstrations and experiential exercises.
Processwork, a development of Jungian Psychology is a wide spectrum psycho-physical approach for physical and dream-like signal experiences behind everyday life.
Times:new dates tbc
Costs: £220.00 per person (+ booking fee)
Note: we are able to offer one concessionary place on this workshop. Contact us for more information about our concessionary places.
Who is it for?
This workshop is suitable for anyone who is interested in exploring the dreaming process and anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of themselves and the world we live in. It is also suitable for those studying or interested in using Processwork in a therapeutic setting.
What to expect?
This experiential workshop draws on our individual and collective experiences using interactive exercises and a mix of small and large groups.
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