Date(s) - Saturday April 18, 2015 - Sunday April 19, 2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa, 311 Marr, Truth or Consequences
Dreaming at the Water’s Edge: An opportunity to dip into the fresh artisian springs at La Paloma and the flowing world of dreams. What insight and inspiration might our dreams have to offer us? Not just the dreams that we awaken from with excitement or delight, but even our nightmares, or the dreams we dismiss as being simple, or ordinary?
Using a variety of established approaches, this retreat offers a safe, respectful container in which to deepen your conversation with the often mysterious, elusive and astonishing world of dreams.
The Dream Retreat is designed to give an opportunity for full involvement for those who currently remember their dreams and those wishing to establish or deepen a conversation with their dream life.
What we will do during our time together.
• Extend a musical invitation to the dream world
• Look at ways dreams are viewed around the word
• Look at dreams and the shadow
• Practice techniques for an insightful conversation with images and dreams
• Practice methods of being with our own dreams and each other’s dreams in a respectful, non-invasive or interpretive way
And share the dreams that bubble up, wanting to be shared!
Each participant will receive a short booklet, detailing highlights of the teachings and outlining the techniques for being with images and dreams.
Facilitator: Rose Gordon received instruction in being with dreams from Drs. Pat & Larry Sargent, who imparted an ecologically respectful approach to the dream landscape. She has been part of an ongoing dream group for 25 yrs. A trained Council Circle facilitator, Rose has designed & facilitated retreats on Dream Work, Compassionate Care of the Dying, Calm Abiding Meditation & Creating Sanctuary in New Mexico, Colorado, NY, Boston & Dubai since 1997. She was an invited participant at the Making Way for the Feminine Conference in Jaipur India, a Restorative Justice Resource Person for the 2014 Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution course in Thailand & is an Ambassador for the Parliament of World Religions. Rose has a degree in Hospice and Grief Counseling, was Director of the Being with Dying Project from 1997-2002 & has trained hospice volunteers since 2008. Rose trains volunteers & offers Spiritual Care at Mountain Home Health Hospice in Taos.
Visit www.circleofcompassionatecare.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone at 505-310-2765.