Saturday, March 7, 2009

Dream Work Class by LRS member

At the last Gold Show, Kirsten headed up a project entitled "Lightening Dreamwork" which was a 3 part interactive performance piece. The first part invited guests to share a dream, either recent, old, a daydream, and go through a 5 minute long process of delving into it's meaning. The second part pooled everyone's dream imagery together and crafted it into a "collective dream". The third part was the enactment, or Dream Theater.

I was involved on all three levels and had an amazing experience. What was just as interesting to me as gaining insight about my own dream, was watching other people recognize their dream imagery in the performance piece. One person, who relayed a recurring nightmare, excitedly said "You changed the dream! You gave it a new ending!"

What I like most about this system of dream interpretation is that it relies on you finding the kernels of meaning in your dreams, not someone else telling you what they mean. Every time Kirsten has taken me through the process, I get some valuable insight into myself. I highly endorse her workshops.

Greetings Beautiful People,

As many of you know I am a facilitator of Systemic Constellations and a teacher of Conscious Dreaming. I am writing to invite you to a Facilitator Showcase event sponsored by the Seattle Constellations Network.

From the website:
March 10th - Kirsten Lauzon will be presenting a demonstration of her own unique synthesis of two very powerful experiential processes: Systemic Constellation Work and Conscious Dreaming. She says, “we will be introducing ourselves to the many unconscious archetypes we embody everyday, and that reliably come knocking on our dream doors each night. By consciously acknowledging and exploring the archetypes at play in our lives we just might free ourselves from old destructive patterns and effectively make them our allies. Come participate in healing play in the realm of your own dream world!”

The event is held at the Puget Sound Yacht Club near Gasworks Park in Fremont at 6pm and runs until 9:30pm. Feel free to bring a friend . . . or two. RSVP is not necessary but is appreciated - just reply to this email or give me a call if you have any questions. There is room for everyone - feel free to come and participate fully, or just observe.

I look forward to seeing you there!

Kirsten A. Lauzon

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