When we dream our consciousness is released from the illusion of separation and accesses multidimensional realms, spaces of abundant knowledge and healing. The aim of this workshop is to teach you to navigate through your dreams in order to retrieve the missing parts of your self, discover and develop your hidden talents, tapping into the root causes of the main challenges you encounter in life and allowing them to be transformed into luminous gifts.
During the workshop we employ simple astroshamanic journeying and dreaming techniques, which participants can continue to practice on their own in their daily life. We explore the shamanic cosmology of dreaming, charting new territories and setting strategic maps so as to unveil the healing powers of our dream world.
This workshop can also be attended as an introduction to the Certificate Course in Astroshamanic Dream Navigation Management.
Cost (including food for two days and accommodation for one night): Euro 180.
The workshop starts at around 10:30 am on Saturday 5 March 2016 and ends at around 6 pm on Sunday 6 March 2016. It is possible to arrive earlier or stay one or two extra nights and continue to deepen the work.
For information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The event takes place at:
Casale in Lunigiana, Ronco
Villafranca in Lunigiana 54028 (Massa, Italy)
How to get to Il Casale:
By car: take A15 (Autostrada della Cisa) Parma/La Spezia, exit at Pontremoli if you come from the North, or Aulla if from the South. Continue to Villafranca in Lunigiana, then to Merizzo (5,20 km). Once in Merizzo, use as reference the Church of the Archangel Michael. 50 metres after the church turn left at the little parking square then take the only path to the left. After one km you will receive our parking.
By train: you can arrive to Villafranca/Bagnone railway station with the line Milan-Livorno or La Spezia-Parma. Let us know your time of arrival and we will pick you up.
By plane: the closest airport is Pisa’s Galileo Galilei. Also the airports of Florence, Milan, Bologna and Genoa are close.