"Dreams as Spiritual Practice”
Friday, April 7th – Sunday, April 9th, 2017
Dreams are a revelation from the divine assisting us to our True identity in God. To record, work on dreams and to enact their meaning will lead to our individuation process and to be in harmony with God's deepest desires for us.
This intensive program assists in understanding dream work as true religious practice for discernment and prayer. The presentations integrate both Jungian and Christian perspectives.
Brother Don Bisson, FMS, is a spiritual director, trainer and supervisor of directors. He is widely respected as a commentator and workshop leader on the interrelationship of spirituality and psychology. A Marist brother based in New York, he has graduate degrees in liturgy, spirituality, and transpersonal psychology. He earned a D. Min.at the Pacific School of Religion in the area of Spiritual Direction and Jungian Psychology.
Costs: Resident: $350.00 includes workshop, materials, accommodations and meals.
Commuter: $225.00 workshop, materials and meals.
Commuter: $150.00 workshop, materials, beverages and snacks.
Non-refundable, Non-transferable Deposit: $50.00 - Registration due: March 25th, 2017