- January 15, 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Keren Vishny
Dreams offer us the possibility of a sacred encounter: an opportunity to know ourselves more deeply and to connect with a Divine Source. There are many biblical and literary examples of sacred dream encounters. But what does it look like when a modern person embraces the dream as a path to the Soul? The work of David Blum shows us one view of this path. Diagnosed with cancer at age 52, David discovered that drawing images from his dreams helped him cope with his illness in profoundly unexpected ways. He tells us, “I embarked on two journeys, one medical, the other spiritual”. Shortly before his death, David felt compelled to share his inner journey in the hope that his experience might inspire others. His efforts resulted in the film, An Appointment with a Wise Old Dog: Dream Images in a Time of Crisis. The Gift of the Dream will include a viewing of David’s film, followed by a discussion. Keren will share her perspective on working with dreams, and provide guidance for participants wishing to begin or deepen their dreamwork practice. This program is suitable for both new and experienced dreamers and will provide an introduction for those wishing to register for ‘Entering the Heart of the Dream’.
About the Instructor
Keren’s practice is focused on dreamwork, mind-body medicine and psychotherapy. Her office is located in Wilmette, Illinois, where she works primarily with adults. Keren has worked closely with Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman and completed the Marion Woodman Leadership Training Program in 2007. She is a Dreamwork student of Rodger Kamenetz. Keren facilitates workshops and group programs through the Marion Woodman Foundation and The C. G. Jung Center in Evanston. She has also completed the Certification Program offered by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.