With Dream Tender, Kim Greene
“There is nothing like a dream to create the future.”Victor Hugo
3-Part Virtual Workshop for Women
Saturdays, January 9, 16 and 30, 2021
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm EST
After a long and challenging 2020, let your dreams open your heart to welcome 2021. What will the new year bring into your life? Who visits in your dreams? Ancestors? Animals? Special landscapes? Horrific figures?
We will welcome all of them in our three weekly meetings. By tending these dream images we will begin to awaken to the wisdom they embody. As the dreams pull us into the future, we will ask them what they desire of us.
In this virtual workshop, Dream Tender Kim Greene will facilitate the group as you welcome dreams of all kinds, inviting them to reveal their messages for your wellbeing and guidance. Each session will begin with a centering meditation and activities designed to invite our dream images into our circle. The sessions will also include tending individual dreams in community and breaking into groups of two or three for conversations with a dream.
Dream Tending is an interactive and embodied way of opening our dreams. Through meditation, active imagination and gentle probing by the Dream Tender, the dreamer unfolds her dream. Dream Tending embraces poetry, art, music and movement as partners in beginning this communication with your deepest inner spaces.
Embrace your future guided by your dreams.
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REGISTRATION is a two-part process. Pay by clicking the button below – and complete registration by filling out the Registration Form below. If mailing a check, email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. Mail to: Spirit of Sophia, P. O. Box 18, Harrods Creek, KY 40027. Participant limit: 18
Kim’s Professional Background:
“After teaching primary grades in New York City’s Spanish Harlem and practicing law in Louisville for 25 years, my passion turned inward to dreams. In fact, it was my dreams that emboldened me to leave the law to pursue that passion. I have studied Dream Tending, an interactive and embodied method of approaching our dreams, at Pacifica Graduate Institute for 12 years and this year am participating in an advanced intensive Dream Tending course there. I see private clients and make presentations to groups and organizations about the value of attention to our dreams.”