We are in a time of profound change, both externally and internally. Dreams have a great potential to bring us into balance, by bringing the unconscious into our conscious awareness. During lockdown, you may have found parts of your inner world unlocking?
Apparently bizarre and unconnected imagery in our dreams can become profoundly and deeply pertinent to our waking lives, when accessed in an embodied way. Nobody can tell you what your dreams mean, their symbolism is completely and uniquely yours. It is possible however, to gain a deeper understanding of their resonance and relationship to your conscious life, by exploring them within the confidential context of a group.
This will be a live, experience-based introduction to Drawn to Dreams Dreamwork, on Zoom. There will be the opportunity for 2 people to share a dream and work on it with Jenny and the group.
This taster is suitable for those with or without previous experience in Dreamwork. Please have a pen and paper /Journal handy and a dream written down if you would like to share and work on your dream with the group.
Date: Friday, September 4th 2020
Time: 7– 8pm
Suggested Donation: £10
1) To book and receive Zoom link and further instruction on how to join please book a ticket via EventBrite…
2) DONATE via. www.salisburycentre.org/donate/ (Please write “DREAMWORK” next to your name as a reference)
Meet: Online via Zoom.
A link will be sent to you when you book. Please email if you haven’t received this a day before the event.
To Book your place and receive joining instruction please register via : Eventbrite LINK HERE
Jenny is a practicing artist, astrologer and holistic practitioner who has been working with her own dreams for over 30 years. Drawn to Dreams is a unique approach to dreamwork that Jenny is developing, which draws on deep listening, Jungian psychology and her training in bodywork, indigenous ceremony and meditation.
About the Salisbury Centre
This event is part of the Community offerings of the Salisbury Centre, a community and spiritual hub in Edinburgh, open to all who want to develop their spiritual, psychological and creative life.
Find out more about the Salisbury Centre here: https://www.salisburycentre.org
(Once Lockdown ease, you are welcome to come and explore different forms of spiritual, sustainable and creative possibilities in a setting where there are opportunities to become part of a community of others aspiring to live a balanced, compassionate, and heart centered life style. We provide a range of body, mind and spiritual practices in an uplifting non-denominational environment where people from different cultural and social backgrounds are encouraged to find their own way towards inner harmony and well-being, which includes care and respect for the wider community as well as the environment.)