ROYA DREAM CIRCLE with Betty Mendez, 4th Wed ea Month 7-9pm, Mendez Residence, Info[masked] ROYA--an Arabic word for "dream come true; premonition; perfect vision". The ROYA DREAM CIRCLE (formerly Women's Dream Circle) is now co-ed! No longer for women only, we open to all who seek a circle of intimacy where the metaphorical meanings and symbolism in our dreams are revealed. We create long-term bonds of friendship and support as we gather each month to share for the purpose of personal and spiritual growth. Please maintain a dream journal and bring your dreams to share and discuss at each meeting.
You may purchase your own copy of The Illustrated Dream Dictionary by Pamela Ball, or use one of my copies available.
May to Oct 2013, our Roya Dream Circle will spend the first hour with regular dream share, and then allocate the 2nd hour to watch/discuss The Power of Myth, a wonderful PBS six-part interview by Bill Moyers ofJoseph Campbell, a mythologist and teacher who inspired the creative work of many people, including Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. Dream Circle member Suzanne Moore will provide the DVD series and shares, "It is totally relevant to dreams, because as Joseph Campbell states, 'Myths and dreams come from the same place.' So understanding myths is an education in understanding dreams."
My belief is that our purpose in this physical life is to find what excites us, dream it, and share it with the world! I hope that in watching this series together, we will each become even more inspired to follow our dreams and make them the basis of our journey.
The 6 episodes are:
The Hero's Adventure The Message of the Myth The First Storytellers Sacrifice & Bliss Love & the Goddess Masks of Eternity For a sneak peek at each episode: http://billmoyers.com... (http://billmoyers.com/spotlight/download-joseph-campbell-and-the-power-of-myth-audio/)
Everyday Spirituality/Kern Healing Connections
The dream shows the inner truth and reality of the patient as it really is: not as I conjecture it to be, and not as he would like it to be, but as it is. ~ Carl Jung