Join us as we explore the relationship between our grief for the earth’s suffering and the healing of our own trauma in this age of unfolding climate crisis. Dreams give us a doorway into our own unconscious knowing, in relationship to the consciousness of the earth. Utilizing the framework of Relational/Embodied Dreamwork and Dream Theater Enactment we will bring to life the world of our dreams, to support us in our own lives, as we face the challenges of the world we live in today.
Come prepared to touch into the experience of your dreams and a personal aspect of the earth’s crisis that we are facing.
We will begin at 6:00 pm on Friday June 28th and work for a few hours that night.
You are not required to stay at Dreamland over-night. Participants can camp out on Dreamland and there are local hotels in the area –Please contact Mary Kay for more information—email@example.com.
We will reconvene at 9:00 am Saturday June 29th and work through 6:00 pm. Meals are the responsibility of each participant. There is a stove in the yurt for cooking and we ask that you clean up after utilizing We will provide snacks, coffee, teas, and water.
Participants are also responsible for their own transportation to and from the program location.
We will have an altar for sacred items, so feel free to bring an item of importance to place on the altar.
Pricing dependent on ability to pay:
Financial Supporter Price 125 Base Price 97 Reduced Price 75 Financial Need Price 60
Mary Kay Kasper works with the intellectually disabled, is a Counselor, dream practitioner, and an instructor for the Green Mountain Druid Order, she has her master’s in counseling and an advanced CAS degree in Ecopsychology. She has worked with the land and her dreams for over 25 years. Her article “Dreaming Back to the Earth” was published in Depth Psychology’s Depth Insights journal’. She is co-host with Katrina Dreamer of the podcast “Dreaming Back to the Earth” found on SoundCloud. Her passion lies in facilitating deep inquiry into the mysteries of the dream’s guidance as a gateway to our soul-rooted relationship to self and earth.
Bill St. Cyr is an Embodied Dreamwork and Consciousness Practitioner, Teacher and Trainer with over 15 years of experience collaborating with dreamers and the dream. He is co-founder and co-director with Sue Scavo of Students of the Dream and Limina – A School for Dreams and Consciousness. Bill has a special interest in healing the depth of abuse and trauma that exists in our culture and the possibility of coming together in community, to create a culture of resilience and regeneration.