Dreams: Stories Delivered in the Night

Thursday, March 31, 2016, 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Dreams are gifts from our psyche to aid us in balancing our lives.   Dreams are healing whether we understand them or not.  However, having a sense of what a dream might be about can be far more comforting.  A third-century rabbi went so far as to say, “A dream uninterpreted is like a letter (from God) unopened.”

Why this dream at this time? Bring a dream to this experiential evening (it will not be shared with the group) and explore where dreams come from and ways in which we can individually and collectively look at them.  Dreamwork is about developing the tools to become friends with the dream and have it tell you its story. C.G. Jung wrote: “I know that if we meditate on a dream sufficiently long and thoroughly, if we carry it around with us and turn it over and over, something almost always comes of it.”


A lifelong learner in the area of human development, Carol Burling, MA, DMin, focuses on spiritual development, shame, loss and grief, and resiliency. She is a program manager for Pathways Health Crisis Resource Center, a consultant for Simpson Housing Services, and a spiritual director.


Dennis Galvin, FSC, is the former director of Sangre de Cristo Center, an international sabbatical center for religious men and women and priests in Santa Fe, New Mexico.   Trained in both spiritual direction and dreamwork, he works in ongoing formation for Lewis University and the Midwest Province of Christian Brothers.  


When: Thursday, March 31, 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Cost: $25

This class is now full.  Please contact 651.696.2788 to be added to a waiting list.