Dreams-source of wisdom,healing, guide to soul

Dreams – source of wisdom, healing, guide to soul

 

 

 

 

 

Date:                 Sunday October 19th

Time:                  10am-5pm

Meeting Point:    The Mill at Gleniff Horseshoe, Ballintrillick, Co. Sligo

Cost:                    50 euro or pay what you can afford

CPD hours:          7 hours

Booking:             Contact Peter on 086 3663276

or [email protected]

To secure a place, please send a deposit of 20 euro by wed 13th Oct to Peter Devlin, Cloonaghbawn, Ballinfull, Co. Sligo. This will help you to commit and facilitate me in finalising the numbers.

Max. Participants: 8

 

 

“Dreams seem incomprehensible by nature, nonsensical, an insult to common sense. A dream is not at home in our day time consciousness.”   ( Robert Bosnak)

 

I imagine you can identify with these lines from Bosnak’s “A Little Course on Dreams”. Despite this truth our dreams continue to intrigue, fascinate, frighten and challenge us. This soul day which features the domain of dream is designed to help us allow the dream do its work on us.

In my experience of working with dreams for the past thirty years, they are a powerful means of personal guidance and wisdom. They facilitate my encounter with soul, are a spiritual tool. Often I conclude my dream work with a prayer of gratitude and request for the courage to take the next step in order to translate the new insight into action.

 

The beautiful magical, mystical and magnificence of the North Sligo Horseshoe area will be our host for the day. We will explore our dream territory on foot, noticing how this landscape meets the landscape of our soul. The combination of human nature and the more than human world will assist us in entering into the mystery held in the dream.

 

The hope is to learn and discover practical tools for processing, recording, and remembering our dreams. Attention to our emotions, and physical sensations as we listen to a dream of another or our own, observation, empathy, body posture, movement and patience will inform the process. The learning will draw on the work of Robert Bosnak and Bill Plotkin.

 

Participants will need a moderate level of fitness,  (the walking pace will be slow and interspersed with periods of stillness and sitting) a willingness to embrace the unknown, something which is mirrored by the unpredictability of an Irish autumn day, and an openness to being surprised.

Please dress in several layers and bring waterproof jacket and trousers and walking boots. Essential to the day will be a journal or notebook and pen.  Bring lunch, and a hot drink. Arriving well prepared for all kinds of weather will serve to nurture you and enhance your experience of being enlivened and fed by this soul food.

 

Night carries blame for dream and

The other worlds, you become

Mother opening the door to

Walk inside the colour blue

Where animals wear haloes.   (John O Donohue)

 

www.peterdevlin.com

Dreams – source of wisdom, healing, guide to soul

 

 

 

 

 

Date:                 Sunday October 19th

Time:                  10am-5pm

Meeting Point:    The Mill at Gleniff Horseshoe, Ballintrillick, Co. Sligo

Cost:                    50 euro or pay what you can afford

CPD hours:          7 hours

Booking:             Contact Peter on 086 3663276

or [email protected]

To secure a place, please send a deposit of 20 euro by wed 13th Oct to Peter Devlin, Cloonaghbawn, Ballinfull, Co. Sligo. This will help you to commit and facilitate me in finalising the numbers.

Max. Participants: 8

 

 

“Dreams seem incomprehensible by nature, nonsensical, an insult to common sense. A dream is not at home in our day time consciousness.”   ( Robert Bosnak)

 

I imagine you can identify with these lines from Bosnak’s “A Little Course on Dreams”. Despite this truth our dreams continue to intrigue, fascinate, frighten and challenge us. This soul day which features the domain of dream is designed to help us allow the dream do its work on us.

In my experience of working with dreams for the past thirty years, they are a powerful means of personal guidance and wisdom. They facilitate my encounter with soul, are a spiritual tool. Often I conclude my dream work with a prayer of gratitude and request for the courage to take the next step in order to translate the new insight into action.

 

The beautiful magical, mystical and magnificence of the North Sligo Horseshoe area will be our host for the day. We will explore our dream territory on foot, noticing how this landscape meets the landscape of our soul. The combination of human nature and the more than human world will assist us in entering into the mystery held in the dream.

 

The hope is to learn and discover practical tools for processing, recording, and remembering our dreams. Attention to our emotions, and physical sensations as we listen to a dream of another or our own, observation, empathy, body posture, movement and patience will inform the process. The learning will draw on the work of Robert Bosnak and Bill Plotkin.

 

Participants will need a moderate level of fitness,  (the walking pace will be slow and interspersed with periods of stillness and sitting) a willingness to embrace the unknown, something which is mirrored by the unpredictability of an Irish autumn day, and an openness to being surprised.

Please dress in several layers and bring waterproof jacket and trousers and walking boots. Essential to the day will be a journal or notebook and pen.  Bring lunch, and a hot drink. Arriving well prepared for all kinds of weather will serve to nurture you and enhance your experience of being enlivened and fed by this soul food.

 

Night carries blame for dream and

The other worlds, you become

Mother opening the door to

Walk inside the colour blue

Where animals wear haloes.   (John O Donohue)

 

www.peterdevlin.com

Dreams – source of wisdom, healing, guide to soul

 

 

 

 

 

Date:                 Sunday October 19th

Time:                  10am-5pm

Meeting Point:    The Mill at Gleniff Horseshoe, Ballintrillick, Co. Sligo

Cost:                    50 euro or pay what you can afford

CPD hours:          7 hours

Booking:             Contact Peter on 086 3663276

or [email protected]

To secure a place, please send a deposit of 20 euro by wed 13th Oct to Peter Devlin, Cloonaghbawn, Ballinfull, Co. Sligo. This will help you to commit and facilitate me in finalising the numbers.

Max. Participants: 8

 

 

“Dreams seem incomprehensible by nature, nonsensical, an insult to common sense. A dream is not at home in our day time consciousness.”   ( Robert Bosnak)

 

I imagine you can identify with these lines from Bosnak’s “A Little Course on Dreams”. Despite this truth our dreams continue to intrigue, fascinate, frighten and challenge us. This soul day which features the domain of dream is designed to help us allow the dream do its work on us.

In my experience of working with dreams for the past thirty years, they are a powerful means of personal guidance and wisdom. They facilitate my encounter with soul, are a spiritual tool. Often I conclude my dream work with a prayer of gratitude and request for the courage to take the next step in order to translate the new insight into action.

 

The beautiful magical, mystical and magnificence of the North Sligo Horseshoe area will be our host for the day. We will explore our dream territory on foot, noticing how this landscape meets the landscape of our soul. The combination of human nature and the more than human world will assist us in entering into the mystery held in the dream.

 

The hope is to learn and discover practical tools for processing, recording, and remembering our dreams. Attention to our emotions, and physical sensations as we listen to a dream of another or our own, observation, empathy, body posture, movement and patience will inform the process. The learning will draw on the work of Robert Bosnak and Bill Plotkin.

 

Participants will need a moderate level of fitness,  (the walking pace will be slow and interspersed with periods of stillness and sitting) a willingness to embrace the unknown, something which is mirrored by the unpredictability of an Irish autumn day, and an openness to being surprised.

Please dress in several layers and bring waterproof jacket and trousers and walking boots. Essential to the day will be a journal or notebook and pen.  Bring lunch, and a hot drink. Arriving well prepared for all kinds of weather will serve to nurture you and enhance your experience of being enlivened and fed by this soul food.

 

Night carries blame for dream and

The other worlds, you become

Mother opening the door to

Walk inside the colour blue

Where animals wear haloes.   (John O Donohue)

 

www.peterdevlin.com

Dreams – source of wisdom, healing, guide to soul

 

 

 

 

 

Date:                 Sunday October 19th

Time:                  10am-5pm

Meeting Point:    The Mill at Gleniff Horseshoe, Ballintrillick, Co. Sligo

Cost:                    50 euro or pay what you can afford

CPD hours:          7 hours

Booking:             Contact Peter on 086 3663276

or [email protected]

To secure a place, please send a deposit of 20 euro by wed 13th Oct to Peter Devlin, Cloonaghbawn, Ballinfull, Co. Sligo. This will help you to commit and facilitate me in finalising the numbers.

Max. Participants: 8

 

 

“Dreams seem incomprehensible by nature, nonsensical, an insult to common sense. A dream is not at home in our day time consciousness.”   ( Robert Bosnak)

 

I imagine you can identify with these lines from Bosnak’s “A Little Course on Dreams”. Despite this truth our dreams continue to intrigue, fascinate, frighten and challenge us. This soul day which features the domain of dream is designed to help us allow the dream do its work on us.

In my experience of working with dreams for the past thirty years, they are a powerful means of personal guidance and wisdom. They facilitate my encounter with soul, are a spiritual tool. Often I conclude my dream work with a prayer of gratitude and request for the courage to take the next step in order to translate the new insight into action.

 

The beautiful magical, mystical and magnificence of the North Sligo Horseshoe area will be our host for the day. We will explore our dream territory on foot, noticing how this landscape meets the landscape of our soul. The combination of human nature and the more than human world will assist us in entering into the mystery held in the dream.

 

The hope is to learn and discover practical tools for processing, recording, and remembering our dreams. Attention to our emotions, and physical sensations as we listen to a dream of another or our own, observation, empathy, body posture, movement and patience will inform the process. The learning will draw on the work of Robert Bosnak and Bill Plotkin.

 

Participants will need a moderate level of fitness,  (the walking pace will be slow and interspersed with periods of stillness and sitting) a willingness to embrace the unknown, something which is mirrored by the unpredictability of an Irish autumn day, and an openness to being surprised.

Please dress in several layers and bring waterproof jacket and trousers and walking boots. Essential to the day will be a journal or notebook and pen.  Bring lunch, and a hot drink. Arriving well prepared for all kinds of weather will serve to nurture you and enhance your experience of being enlivened and fed by this soul food.

 

Night carries blame for dream and

The other worlds, you become

Mother opening the door to

Walk inside the colour blue

Where animals wear haloes.   (John O Donohue)

 

www.peterdevlin.com