Tending the INNER Landscapes: GROUP DREAM WORK
with Torrey Byles & Marie Mcree
Thursdays–February 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sharing nighttime dreams with a trusted group of peers offers health and wholeness not only to the individual dreamer, but to the community. Dreams certainly connect us to our authentic selves, and when shared with others, they can also foster a healing in society.
Naturally occurring in our sleep, dreams bring forth–in metaphorical candor–the most important social and cultural issues of the day. When dreams are shared and appreciated by others, a wonderful and intimate discussion ensues. Participants sense commonality and consensus and, at the same time, realize unique soul perspectives.
Join us for this weekly group exploration. All proceeds from this workshop series will go to support the good work of Outside Now Nature Connection Education and SLO Botanical Gardens!
Cost for 4 Sessions: $80
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DREAM WORK FACILITATORS
Marie McRee has spent the last 13 years dreaming into how best to facilitate our connection to nature and each other. Her role as advisor at Outside Now has allowed for a treasured collaboration. Time on the land, her studies with Regenerative Design Institute, 8 Shields Institute, and Weaving Earth; where she also spent several years as staff have expanded her abilities to mirror, reflect, and listen deeply to what she hears in dreams.
Torrey Byles is a certified Dream Group Facilitator, trained by the Marin Institute of Projective Dreamwork. He studied under internationally renowned dream psychologist, author, and UU minister, Jeremy Taylor, and his wife, Kathryn. He has lead dream groups in CA, Oregon, and Hawaii and has been a teaching assistant in dream work at UC Berkeley Graduate Theological Union and Sonoma State University. He holds a Masters degree in Economics and Environmental Studies from Southern Oregon University and a BA in Economics from UC San Diego.