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Introduction to Dreamwork for Personal Growth and Wholeness

When: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM on Feb 17, 2013

Where: Ted Russell Hall, Room 205

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Are you interested in learning a method to explore the meaning of your dreams and to learn from others as they explore their dreams? This four session workshop, led by Dr. Merrill Hawkins, will introduce you to a method of group and individual dreamwork for exploring your nightly visitations while you sleep. While psychology in the twentieth century first explored dreams for therapeutic reasons, for centuries people have understood that dreams can have positive messages for people who are healthy and who desire personal growth. The Christian minister and Jungian analyst, John Sanford, called dreams, “God’s Forgotten Language.” This experiential workshop will give participants four opportunities to work a dream using the method of group projective dreamwork, as well as a method called, “Six Magic Questions.”

This group will be led by Merrill Hawkins is Associate Professor of Counseling and Religion. A Ph.D. graduate of Baylor University, he is also a Jungian-oriented spiritual director trained through the Haden Institute.

For more information, contact Edra Garrett at egarrett@cn.edu.

When: These workshops will meet on the following Sundays (3:00 – 4:30 p.m.): 
February 17th
February 24th
March 3rd
March 10th

Where: Ted Russell Hall, Room 205

Fee: $50.00

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