A note about this program series: After registering for the first class in this four-part series, attendees are expected to attend all four sessions (February 8, 15, 22, and 29th) in order to gain the most out of this program. If you cannot attend all four sessions, please allow someone else to register for this limited-capacity program.
Are you puzzled by your dreams? With Judy Minear, a projective dream work expert with a decade of experience in dream group facilitation, you’ll unpack the symbolic language of the “theater of the night.” Over the course of four group sessions, you will build on the basic tenet that all dreams come in the service of health and wholeness. As you mine the wisdom expressed in your dreams, you’ll build a better relationship with yourself and others. Dreams offer guidance, clues, inspiration and multiple meanings. The group process provides a supportive path to unearth the clues from our own unconscious.
In this series, you can expect to learn:
• How to improve dream recall
• Two methods of working a dream
• How to tap into the depths of symbols
Program notes: Please bring notes about a recent dream to class, even if it is a fragment. The class is based on the seminal work of Jeremy Taylor. His book “The Wisdom of Your Dreams” is helpful but not necessary.
This program is presented by Judy Minear and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About the Presenter:
Judy Minear has participated in Dream groups for over 20 years. She attended the annual Haden Summer Dream Conference for seven years. She has been the current facilitator for an ongoing dream group for seven years. She studied with Jeremy Taylor as well as others who have been instrumental in the International Association for the Study of Dreams. She credits her curiosity for her deep interest in dreams. Unpacking dream symbols and working with shadows feels like a calling to her. After multiple experiences in Egypt, she developed an active interest in the mysteries. She has offered this class at the Rollins STARS venue as well as the Winter Park Library. She brings a deep understanding as well as a warmth and a sense of humor to the process of Projective Dream Work.