Introduction to Dreamwork, via Zoom Sat, November 7th 2-3pm BST
Dreams have a great potential to bring us into balance by bringing the unconscious into our conscious awareness. Apparently bizarre and unconnected imagery 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 an experience-based introduction to dreamwork with the opportunity for 2 people to share a dream and work on it with Jenny and the group.
A variety of ways to work with dreams will be introduced. This group 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: Sat Nov 7th
Time: 2 – 3 pm
Cost: Introductory price of £10 or please contact me for a donation link if you are struggling to afford this.
Meet: on-line via Zoom. A link will be sent when you a few days before the workshop. Please email if you don’t receive this.
Comments a previous course participant:
A fascinating and insightful online workshop! The information and guidance that Jenny shared created a very beautiful and safe space. We were supported in an exploration of what our dreams can reveal to us and gained very useful tips on how to deepen and continue this work. I have been inspired by this workshop to engage more consciously with my dreams and am excited to discover how this will impact my life. So much gratitude to Jenny and to the other participants in the Group, it was amazing to hear about dreams from all over the country and the other side of the world! Paula
Jenny Smith is a practicing artist, qualified shamanic practitioner and massage therapist who has been working with her own dreams for over 30 years. Her approach to dreamwork draws on deep listening, Jungian psychology and her training in bodywork, indigenous ceremony and meditation.