If you're fascinated by dreams, dreamwork, consciousness studies, and the possibilities that come with exploring the world of dreaming, this is for you. Join us as we explore dreams together from our many different perspectives: cultural, religious, age, gender, and orientation. Our dreams are who we are in all our complexity, and they connect us to our shared humanity.
Organizer Jeanne Van Bronkhorst is Toronto's Regional Representative for the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), a volunteer non-profit multidisciplinary organization dedicated to dreams and dreaming. The IASD is home to scientists, dream workers, dream enthusiasts, therapists, artists and shamans from around the world. If you are fascinated by dreams and dreaming, join us for inspiring conversations and events.
Julia Burton will explore with us the ways a dream may be asking us to heal our physical self. Bring a dream that you have had regarding your body, if you wish to share during our dream circle.
Bring a blank notebook or sheets of paper and a pen, and if you have pencil crayons or markers, bring those too. No Art Experience required! Stick figure drawings are perfectly welcome.
Julia Burton is an artist and dreamworker. She is a member of the IASD and has a dreamwork practice based in Toronto for 7 years.
This is a free event and space will be limited to 25. RSVP for the link, and make sure you can receive emails from Meetup.com. I will send the password the day before the event.
Explore your dreams through movement. When we move as part of our dream expression, we give them body, strength, power.
We will be led by Julia Ray, founder of Dream Yoga Dance. She says, "It is my joy, my purpose and my passion in life to help people expand into their full potential through the wisdom of the body."
This is a free event. Space will be limited to 25 people. Stay tuned for further details!
Visitation Dreams bring us into the presence of those we have loved and now miss. With examples and descriptions from the research, Jeanne will help us explore what makes these dreams so powerful in grief, and how they can transform lives.