Facilitated by Chris Caldwell, this workshop focuses on developing an understanding of the dream phenomenon.
We will explore dreams as a:
- healing mechanism
- resource for personal growth and
- personal and collective artifact of power and beauty.
The workshop will be devoted to forming a useful working definition of the dreaming function, the difficulties that we have in translating this communication into active, waking life and, using several different methods of understanding dream content, deepen our contact with the dream world.
We will practice these methods, using demonstrations, individually and collectively.
The intention of the day is to increase our understanding of the dream world and to familiarise ourselves with useful tools to access and gain personal insight and value.
Date: Sunday, July 11, 9 AM – 5 PM
Venue: Currawong Bush Park Conference Room – 277 Reynolds Road, Warrandyte
Chris Caldwell is a counselling psychologist, supervisor, teacher and group facilitator with over 40 years of experience.
Chris has explored and trained in diverse fields during his practitioner career including the body-mind model of Wilhelm Reich, formal meditation and yoga training in Australia and India, extensive practice in dreamwork and depth psychology as initiated by Carl Jung and extended into the transpersonal work of Stanislav Grof.
Over the past decade, he has explored the shamanic healing model including the remedial use of plant medicines, particularly those indigenous to central and South America.