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.
Have you ever had a dream of a tsunami, a hurricane, a tornado, a firestorm, a flood, or some other natural disaster? These dreams can be terrifying and often leave the dreamer with a sense of impending dread about what they may be foretelling.
In my experience tsunami dreams are the most common, even among
people who do not live anywhere near the ocean–why would this be?
Our very own Chris Sowton, N.D. will lead a discussion on dreams of natural disasters starting at 7 pm. This will be a participatory experience—so, if you feel so inclined, bring a dream of your own that you might like to share.