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Dream Circle
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Facilitators: Gwynne Mayer, Weyler Greene, and Sy Ginsburg

Every Wednesday, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Central time [UTC-05]

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"Knowledge comes in visions, first in dreams…” – H.P. Blavatsky

Our dreams speak to us in symbolic language, and the interpretation of these symbols allows us to access the knowledge of the Spirit (Self) that uses our dreams to communicate messages to us subconsciously. Sharing our dreams in a group setting can help us recognize and interpret what our subconscious is telling us.

The first part of each session will be devoted to the study of dreams as approached by Jung, Freud, Ashish and others. This presentation and discussion will be recorded and shared with registered members of Dream Circle.

In the remaining part of each session, participants are encouraged to bring a dream and present its context, the life event that may have stimulated it, and the emotions as felt within the dream and upon awakening. Discussion of the dream is then opened up to the other members, who begin with, “If this was my dream …” and give their interpretation of the dream’s meaning. Interpretations cover many levels of a dream, including the mundane, higher Self, spiritual and symbolic, and often uncover exciting revelations of issues that may have been troubling or confusing.

Suggested donation $35 

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This is a confidential group. Participants’ dreams will not be discussed outside the group, and the dreamer may cut off discussion of his/her dream at any time. This is a group for those who love dreaming and sharing with others.

Gwynne Mayer, MA, has studied Jungian and Theosophical approaches to dreams for over 45 years.

Weyler Greene, Ph.D., is the C.J. Jung Center Analyst in Residence and a clinical consultant in the June Singer Clinic in Evanston, Illinois.

Sy Ginsburg, JD, studied with Sri Madhava Ashish, the author of An Open Window: Dream as Everyman’s Guide to the Spirit, over the course of 19 years.