Open Discussion: Dreamwork, Dreaming, Sleep And Relaxation

Open Discussion: Dreamwork, Dreaming, Sleep And Relaxation
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Open Discussion: Dreamwork, Dreaming, Sleep And Relaxation says
One effort Sparkle and I are making for our communities this year is something we're calling "Open Discussion." This is a donation based event we're going to bring you once a month. Basically, I will be available in the shop during an hour to an hour and a half one evening a month in order to take questions and have an open discussion on a pre-chosen topic for that time period.

In April we're having two of these, one for energy work (see that event page), and the other for Dreamwork, dreaming, sleep and relaxation. If you're one of those people who wake up through the night, can't fall asleep, have anxiety issues, or are having troubling or re-occuring dreams, this is the place for you. I will be bringing herbs with me that help people relax, sleep and dream, as well as be there to show you some basic acupressure and techniques for dreaming. There will be a class on these topics at a later date, but for now we're going to just have the discussion night because of my trips to Austin and Peru in the next two months.

I went to school for Dreamwork as part of my original holistic practitioner education several years ago. What peaked my interest the most while I was in school at The Holistic Healer's Academy was how dream work can be used to heal trauma, especially as concerns PTSD, and how it's being used to help cancer patients heal and speed their recovery time.

If I can answer the question, I will. If I don't know the answer, I'll point you in the direction you need to go, either towards a practitioner or towards a book.

This event is being offered without charge in the interest of building a healthy community, but if you'd like to support my work and the shop, donations of $5-$10 are happily accepted.

Look for a new topic and a new conversation in May!
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By: Rebekah Gamble, Holistic Practitioner

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