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From Carl Jung’s The Red Book: Liber Novus

Dreams pave the way for life…they are the guiding voice of nature within (Carl Jung)

Dreams invite us to enquire into the meanings of images, metaphors, and symbols of the half-forgotten language we were born with; they invite us to look below life’s surface and toward our rootedness in Mystery. Sometimes considered to be wild nature within, dreams may help deepen self-understanding, as well as usefully illuminate circumstances of our outer life. By turning to these inner images for guidance and inspiration, or simply out of curiosity, we deepen a relationship with ourselves. Coming into self-relationship in this way may increase autonomy, build confidence, enhance inner strength, further self-understanding, increase spiritual depth, and make us more susceptible to align with our truest nature and path in life.

This experiential weekend is an opportunity to hearken (German: hineinhorchen) to our dreams and converse with deep imagination and will consist of:

  • Dreamwork explorations
  • Embodied imagination/imagery/active imagination (Carl Jung)
  • Ceremony
  • Conversation
  • Processing of dreams in a group
  • Time alone in nature

The weekend will take place in Harthope Valley, in the Northumberland National Park.

Practicalities

Dates: Saturday & Sunday (scheduled for 2022)
Times: 10.00 to 4.00pm
Fee: £100
Venue: Harthope Valley, Northumberland.
Number of places: 8