Help on the Path to Self
Have you ever had a dream which captured you completely, shook you deeply, leaving you restless?
Some dreams pierce us with an intensity, that their images stay in our hearts and souls for years, or even decades. Other dreams provide lessons, a sense of direction, or encouragement for walking the Path.
The spiritual journey spirals to the bottom of ourselves, into an unknown inner world. Dreams guide us along this way. They have an arcane power to lead us on difficult, often confusing paths of our spiritual unfolding to the hidden knowledge and ready understanding innate in everybody.
Yet, to profit from the wisdom of dreams, we have to value them, resonate with them, and learn the language in which they speak to us.
In a dream, everything, both, the living, and the non-living generally represent symbolic aspects of one’s own psyche, and part of working with a dream is about recognizing the meaning of its various characters, and energies occurring.
Myths, fairy tales, allegories, poems, dreams, all share the same language, the “twilight language“ of the soul, which is the language of archetypes, the language of effective, primordial images of the collective unconscious. By working with the universal albeit personal language of those symbols, we learn to access the source of our wisdom.
“Hidden in man exists such a heavenly and divine light, which (...)
cannot be put into man from the outside, but hast to rise from inside.“
Mari Angelon Young is the author of eight books including Under the Punnai Tree, a biography of Yogi Ramsuratkumar, Enlightened Duality (with Lee Lozowick) and The Baul Tradition Sahaj Vision East &West. She resides at Triveni Ashram in Arizona.
Thomas Bormann works as a Coach and Trainer. Since 1986 he is a student of Lee Lozowick’s on whose ashram in France he lives.
Stefan Bischof is a naturopath for psychotherapy. His practice in Freiburg offers since 1986 mainly psychodynamic breath- and bodypsychotherapy (DGK/ECP) and Jungian dream analysis. He is a student of Lee Lozowick’s since 2000.
Fr. 12.08.16, 10 - 18 h
Sa. 13.08.16, 9 - 18 h
So. 14.08.16, 9 - 16 h
Iyengar Yoga Schule Freiburg
D-79100 Freiburg - Vauban
seminar fee single Early Bird until 30.6.16: € 250, after: € 290
seminar fee couple/p.P. Early Bird until 30.6.16: je € 200, after: je € 230
Please bring your dreams, your journal, your notebook and a pen. The seminar fee includes three lunches. Childcare is possible. The seminar will be translated into German.
Information und Registration:
Kerstin Balthasar für Triakhra e.V.
Wilhelmstrasse 2 | 79312 Emmendingen
phone: +49-(0)7641-95 96 -672 | fax: -670