May 13, 2017
10:00 am CDT - 4:00 pm CDT
Instructor: Karol Weigelt
Dreams and dreamwork are valuable to the understanding of our lives. Dreams have played a part in most sacred and spiritual traditions. Those traditions, ancient through contemporary, have taught that dreams provide inspiration, healing, guidance and connection to our unconscious. Tapping into that wise world of personal symbol, myth, and metaphor can be very rewarding. Our dreams offer valuable information at the deepest levels of our personalities and how we behave in the world. Jung’s model of dreamwork is one of healing and wholeness, the seeking of balance in our lives, both masculine and feminine.
This workshop will introduce participants to ways of recording and interpreting their dreams. New skills for working with dreams to connect the unconscious and conscious parts of their lives will be explored. Participants will begin to understand their own personal symbols, images and stories in an expanded association through the dream. Please bring a dream, in written form, to work with during the day as well as a journal to record your work.
About the Instructor
Karol Weigelt, MS, LPC is a therapist and spiritual director in the Chicago area. She facilitates dream groups as part of her work with clients and interested individuals. She has done research in this area and serves as adjunct faculty at Loyola University. For more information on Karol’s work, please visit www.dreamingandthemuses.com.
Venue: The C.G. Jung Center
Venue Phone: 847-475-4848 *221
Venue Website: www.cgjungcenter.orgAddress: