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Dreaming: Inside and Outside of Religion

This is a past event.

Tuesday, March 7 at 6:25pm

SIPA - School of International & Public Affairs, Room 100
11200 SW 8th ST 33199, School of Intl & Pub Affairs, Miami, Florida 33199

Dreaming is a topic that has fascinated and illuminated humanity throughout history. Dreams as revealed by Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, Eugene Aserinsky, Edgar Cayce, and a host of psychological, cultural, and religious traditions, suggest that dreams can be a primary methodology for accessing higher levels of mind, consciousness, and self-power. This workshop is designed to assist the participants in understanding the dreaming and writing processes, and how they can be utilized as tools for self-discovery, growth, and transformation. The intent of this discourse is to provide the Learner with an overview of how the subconscious can be penetrated through the dreaming process, as a mechanism to access information. Additionally, the workshop will explore how writing can be used as a tool to record that information, for increased concentration, clarity, and amplification.

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FIU endorses the Florida Board of Governors' Statement of Free Expression to support and encourage full and open discourse and the robust exchange of ideas and perspectives on our campuses. In addition to supporting this legal right, we view this as an integral part of our ability to deliver a high-quality academic experience for our students, engage in meaningful and productive research, and provide valuable public service. This includes fostering civil and open dialogue in support of critical thinking in and out of the classroom, including events hosted by the university.