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The Art of Dreaming Workshop
The Art of Dreaming Workshop

Sun, 28 Apr

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Croydon Buddhist Centre

The Art of Dreaming Workshop

This day-long workshop on The Art of Dreaming, with special guest Arthabandhu will connect us with dream life. Through meditation, discussion and deep reflection, we’ll learn to unleash the power of dreams. 10am - 4:30pm

Time & Location

28 Apr 2024, 10:30 – 16:30

Croydon Buddhist Centre, 98 High St, Croydon CR0 1ND, UK

Details

The Art of Dreaming Workshop

Sunday, 28th April 10:00am - 4:30pm

With Arthabandhu

Please bring vegan lunch to share

Suggested donation: £30 / £25 (conc.)

Reclaiming your dream life

In our culture we aren’t encouraged to give attention to our dreams. According to Buddhism, however, dreams offer an opportunity for wholeness and spiritual growth.

Developing a relationship with dreams helps extend awareness beyond the ordinary. It can connect us with parts of ourselves we might ignore. If we are working towards wholeness, we cannot stay alienated from our dream world.

What to expect from this workshop

This day-long workshop on The Art of Dreaming, with special guest Arthabandhu will connect us with dream life. Through meditation, discussion and deep reflection, we’ll learn to unleash the power of dreams. You will:

- Develop practical ways to ignite a rich dream life,

- Discover Buddhist tradition has to say about dreams,

- Explore bringing mindfulness and loving kindness into your dreams

- Find out how dream awareness can benefit you during the waking state.

Leave your rational thinking at the door and dive into the mystical!

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is open to anyone interested in the power of dreams. Whether you've been practicing Buddhism for a long time and would like to explore new ways in, or are completely new to Buddhism, this workshop is for you.

About Arthadandhu

Arthabandhu is an ordained member of the Triratna Buddhist Order. He has been practicing Buddhism for over 20 years and has been exploring dreaming for a similar length of time. He has studied Lucid Dreaming and Buddhist Dream Yoga, as well as other approaches to dreams, including their application in Gestalt Psychotherapy. During these years he has kept detailed dream diaries, which he has made into a zine

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