The Art of Dreaming
Saturday 1 October 2022 – Sunday 2 October 2022
The workshop is being led by Arthabandhu, who has a special interest in dreams and their role in Dharma practice. Arthabandhu has explored Lucid dreaming, Buddhist Dream Yoga practices and Dreams as understood in Gestalt Psychotherapy. Bringing these elements together, Arthabandhu has devised this workshop to help participants deepen their own connection with dreams in ways that lead to deeper self knowledge and a richer, more creative life both in the dream world and the waking state.
Among other things we will look at:
- Practical ways we can develop a rich dreamlife
- What the Buddhist tradition has to say about dreams
- The benefits of bringing mindfulness and loving kindness into our dreams
- And how all this can benefit us during the waking state too
To find out more about Arthabandhu's workshops please visit: https://stuffofdreams.portfoliobox.net/
Please bring veggie food for a shared lunch
If you are keen to come but unable to afford the cost, please get in contact with us regarding the bursary fund.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be a Buddhist?
No, everyone is welcome regardless of religious beliefs
Do I need to book?
Yes you need to book and pay upfront for this event
Is there parking available?
As we are in the town centre we do not have onsite parking, the nearest car parks are Britannia and Napier Road.
We are also directly opposite the town train station and serviced by good bus links.
Bikes can be locked to the railings at the back of the building.
What should I bring for lunch?
Salad, bread, crisps, houmous, fruits are all good things to bring
What should I wear?
Whatever you are comfortable and feel relaxed in. You will be asked to remove your shoes to enter the shrine room, so you may want to factor that into your footwear choice!