Are you ready to rekindle your native relationship with magic?
What if approaching your dreams as a courtship helped you restore belonging to the split-off parts of yourself? And what if “courting” your dreams could bridge the gap between your authentic Self and who you’ve had to become to survive — so you can return home?
According to author, teacher and dreamworker Toko-pa Turner, tending to your relationship with your dreams is vital to reconnecting you with your deepest knowing — revealing and mending the fractures in your soul. During this free online workshop, she’s going to show you how!
Register here for ‘Courting the Dream: Discover the Way to Belonging Through the Sacred Art of Dreamwork’ and Toko-pa will share a unique approach to dreamwork that invites you to dance with the mysterious others within you so that you can reconnect with your deepest knowing. Toko-pa’s approach to dreamwork blends the mystical tradition of Sufism, the depth of Jungian psychology, and a feminine receptivity that cherishes dreams as sacred.
- Why engaging with your dreams through courtship can lead to a more meaningful relationship with your soul — more so than traditional interpretation
- How to shift from seeing your dreams as originating from your mind to recognizing them as an organic expression of nature that can lead to a deeper connection with life
- How listening to the communications of your body can allow you to more deeply receive the medicine of your dreams
- Why meeting the “dark guests” in your dreams with welcoming curiosity can lead to greater freedom and personal power in your daily life
- How practicing dreamwork is like weaving a living bridge to “something greater,” and can help you restore belonging to your life, and to the world
Regardless of your level of experience with dreamwork, you will be guided to begin a conversation with your soul – forever mysterious, yet your most trustworthy companion as you make your way home.
Register here for this free online workshop!
A downloadable recording will be provided later to all who register, whether or not you listen to the scheduled event.