Time: March 2, 2013 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: The Dream Institute of Northern California
Street: University Ave.
Website or Map: http://www.dream-institute.org
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Dream Institute of Northern CA
Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2013
Dreams About Others: How to Recognize Them
Saturday, March 2nd, 1–4pm, $35
Meredith Sabini, Director
The predominant view of dreams today emphasizes that they concern mainly the dreamer and only the dreamer can determine their meaning. A large percentage of our dreams are, of course, inward-facing. But just as we can observe others, think about them, and imagine how they feel, so too the dreaming mind can focus outwardly on people we know, situations, and the world around us. Sometimes such dreams give us a fresh perspective of an objective nature; sometimes they show us mainly how we perceive people and situations.
In this program, you’ll hear examples of dreams that are outward-facing and learn the characteristics that distinguish them. We will talk about how to tell when a known dream figure represents an aspect of your own personality and when it relates to the actuality of another. This presentation is based on the director’s research collection of outward-facing dreams, and you can read about this in an article on the “Articles” page of our web site entitled “Dreams About Others: How Can We Recognize Them?”