Date: Sunday October 16th. 2016
Time: 10am – 4.30pm
Meeting Point: Henry’s Restaurant car park, 7 miles out the Bundoran
Rd. from Sligo or 1.5 miles south of Grange, at 9.45am.
Cost: 60 euro or pay what you can afford
CPD hours: 6.5 hours
Booking: Contact Peter: 086 3663276 or [email protected]
Max. Participants: 8
To secure a place, please send a deposit of 20 euro by Friday. 7th Oct to:
Peter Devlin, Cloonaghbawn, Ballinfull, Co. Sligo.
This will help you to commit and facilitate me in finalising the numbers.
“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. Statements like “I had the rarest dream last night”, “I can make no sense of my dream,” are very familiar to us.
However 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, and are the soul’s way of inviting me to assist in helping to unfold its task on this earth.
Kathleen Duffy from Castlebar has contributed immensely to the literature we have on dream work by writing a very helpful book “Awaken To The Wisdom Of Your Dreams” She writes “like a shopkeeper expecting a fresh assortment of goods from the warehouse, be open for the business of the soul” .I will be saying more about this book on the day.
We all do dream, it is vital for our mental well- being but many people forget they have dreamed, they are so disconnected from them. Dreams come in the service of health and wholeness, they arrive as we sleep and invite us to look at some of the issues in our lives we may not want to face. They come to enhance the quality of our living, to assist us in decision making, to guide us, validate and encourage us.
The aim of this soul event is to give us some tools to understand our dreams, offer us tips in dream recall, explore recurring dreams and nightmares. Participants will be given an opportunity to work a dream, listen to others delve into theirs, and experience how we can use our dreams as a way of praying.
The venue will be outdoors providing weather permits, otherwise we will use an indoor stage.
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 and if you like, a dream.