Artists Standing Strong Together presents Monday Night Workshops – The Teacher Within:  An Introduction to the Meaning of Dreams, an online workshop conducted by Laura Deal; Monday, December 13, 2021; 6:30 – 9:30 pm EST (4:30-7:30 pm MST)

Have you ever woken from a dream and wondered why you dreamt about something so strange? Our dreams speak the universal language of symbol and metaphor, with multiple meanings packed into each image. They come to us to help us grapple with our challenges and grow toward a fuller expression of our authentic selves. In this workshop, Laura Deal will offer an introduction to dream exploration, including tips and tricks for remembering dreams.  We’ll cover ways to unpack their meanings both on your own and with other people. We’ll also discuss some common dream symbols and some that are specific to the workshop’s participants. Bring your questions and a dream or dream symbol you’re curious about, whether it’s from last night or decades ago. 

Laura Deal studied dreams with Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.Min., co-founder of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, from 2000 until his death in 2018. She received her certification as a Dream Work Facilitator in 2008 from the Marin Institute for Projective Dream Work. Since then, she has led groups and offered one-on-one sessions for those who are curious about their dreams. Her book, The Newcomer’s Guide to the Invisible Realm, is part memoir of her dream explorations and part symbol dictionary. Laura serves as Board Secretary for Artists Standing Strong Together.
Registration, $60 – https://www.aplos.com/aws/events/asst_leadership_workshop_series

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