Welcome back, Path Walkers!
Sacred Path is delighted to have you all back for another exciting exploration. Our time away offered many opportunities to re-evaluate, replenish, reset and reframe:
- who we are,
- how we desire to move forward in our lives
and what tools and practices will we use to assist and guide us in our daily lives.
For August, we continue our exploration and expansion of our tools by looking at our Dreams. Diane Neese, Sacred Path's founder, and director will be our facilitator. Diane is a graduate of the Haden Institute Dream Work Training and has facilitated many dream groups. She will be referencing information from dream expert, Jeremy Taylor, D.Min. and others as she helps us understand what makes dreams so important to our awake life.
This is one you will definitely want to take notes. So, bring your journals or notebooks and your favorite writing utensil.
2nd Saturday Gathering
An Introduction into
How to Interpret Them and Use Them As Life Guides
Saturday, Aug. 12
1 - 4 p.m.
Facilitator - Diane Neese
Love Donations appreciated ~~
RSVP Required, please!
[RSVP helps our facilitator know how many to prepare for]
"Working with dreams" means remembering and exploring the dreams from sleep with an eye to their deeper meanings. Each one of us is uniquely blind to the deeper meanings of our own dreams, and dream work helps us see what amazing gifts are there, just below the surface of "manifest content" and obvious appearance." Jeremy Taylor, D. Min,
We all dream. Some of us have very vivid memorable dreams. Some of us barely remember them. Sometimes our dreams are frightening. And sometimes they seem like a mishmash of crazy whimsical ramblings that make no sense to us at all.
Join us as we explore below the surface of our awake life into our sleep and dream life. Dreams: An Introduction into How to Interpret Them and Use Them As Life Guides.
What We Will Explore:
- The purpose of dreams and the importance of them
- How interpretation of dreams can help us live more fulfilling lives
Dream Work interpreting techniques
What to bring
- Journal, pen to take notes
- A healthy snack
- An open mind
- Friends and family
If you have questions, contact us via email - email@example.com or Rev. Saundra, Asst. Program Director, by phone - 704.916.9839.