Alexandria - Visualize, Imagine, Dream - Training

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Every 2nd Saturday of the month

Sacred Circle Books

919 King St · Alexandria, VA

How to find us

Come on into the book store. Look for a door to right and head upstairs. I have a sign by the door and one at top of stairs.

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Details

Note: We are back at Sacred Circle books. Please join us there. 919 King St. Alexandria, VA - Come into the store and go to the second floor.

LEARN, DISCUSS, AND PRACTICE:

How to VISUALIZE - basic skills and steps. Get good and apply your skills for stress control, sports performance, creativity, problem-solving, wellness, or creative performance.

How to IMAGINE - imagination work allows us to go from visualization to free play and exploration of what is in our unconscious. Get good and apply your skills for creativity, inner work, problem-solving, insight, and more.

How to do DREAM WORK - basic skills you will need to become aware of your dreaming, capture your dreams, and explore what's going on in your dreams.

FORMAT: -Quick introductions -Quick presentation -An invitation to try a visualization and imagination exercise -Explore experiences and dreams brought by attendees

FEE: Free, but small donations ($5) are always appreciated to help defray the cost of rent and materials. >Average attendance: 5 people - some from this Meetup listing and some from other sources.

READ A LOT MORE ABOUT THESE THREE TOPICS. Don't miss the Armchair Dreamer blog. http://www.armchairdreamer.com

READ A LOT MORE ABOUT THESE THREE TOPICS AT armchairdreamer.com

INSTRUCTOR: Gary Goodwin has led dream groups since 1991 and has received training from major dreamworkers Jeremy Taylor and Monte Ullman. He is a certified Interactive Guided Imagery guide, Level 1 Guided Imagery and Music guide, and has completed training with imagery instructors David Bresler, Mark Lawrence, Belleruth Naperstak, and Ann Weiser Cornell. New work includes an emphasis on brainwave development through training at the Princeton Biofeedback Center and with practitioners using biofeedback equipment such as the Mind Mirror.

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