Dreaming Consciously

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Dreams are the language of our soul.

Getting In Touch With Your Dreams

Dreaming Consciously 

(February 24, March 3, 10, March 17)

Location: East Shore Unitarian Universalist Church

10848 Chillicothe Rd, Kirtland, OH 44094

Time: 7:00-8:30

Preregistration is necessary. Limited to 10 participants. Suggested donation $40 for series. After initial group meeting, group is closed. Minimum of 4 participants for this group to go forward.

Our inner knowing speaks to us through sleeping dreams, waking dreams or waking life experiences, intuition, and our imagination. Dreams come to us in service of health and wholeness. In this four-week series we will use the tools of projective dream work to explore these dream pathways. This process assists individuals to uncover the deeply layered nature of the dream.  We will also practice a dream incubation process during the series. Tending our dream life within a group setting is one way to listen to what Spirit is saying to us individually, collectively, and for the good of all beings. Bring a dream to share and / or a journal.

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Suggested Donation: $40.00 for all (4) sessions

Presenter: Donna Mazzola

In order to understand this language, participants will be introduced to the basic tools for projective dream work and given an opportunity to have questions answered. We will use the “tools” to work dreams offered by participants. This process assists individuals to uncover the deeply layered nature of the dream.  Attending to our dream life communally, is one way to listen to what Spirit is saying to us individually, collectively, and for the good of all beings. Bring dream(s) and/or journal.

Individuals who wish to work dreams related to deep trauma may best be served through an individual session with the dream facilitator or a therapist.

Projective dream work is not analysis, but rather a process that welcomes the deep wisdom of the gathered community reflecting upon dreams that individuals share.

 Recently a participant observed:

“I feel so limited by language, and then these dream images arise; you offer a projection, and it

causes a ripple effect. I start to make connections. This dream world is messy, murky, dissonant, and

hard to access. These projections help me see, help me make bridges. Ultimately, it’s up to me, and it’s my work.”

  About the Presenter:

Donna M. Mazzola’s projective dream work certification is from the Marin Institute of Projective Dream Work (MIPD). She facilitates dream groups on the east and west side of Cleveland and offers private sessions as well. Donna welcomes other processes that deepen the understanding of the dream, such as art, active imagination, and intuitive body movement. Her degrees include Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Cleveland State University and Master of Arts in Wisdom Studies from Wisdom University in Oakland, California.