Fall 2018 Season:
***To be held at the Aspen/Pine Rooms in the Penrose Library***
The Little Dream That Doesn’t Mean Anything
Lecture by Tess Castleman
Thursday, November 8, 2018 6:30-8:30 pm
When a dream is forgotten, dismissed, ignored or called names (“worthless, a snippet, stupid, etc.”), important information is lost. A discussion with clinical examples will explore what many miss: the quiet beginnings of consciousness evidenced in what is often overlooked. Alchemical parallels, cultural dreams, and elements of dreaming that are routinely misunderstood will be discussed as well.
Tess Castleman, Jungian Training Analyst, is the author of two volumes and numerous articles. Besides practicing in Dallas and Zurich, she leads groups in dream circles, writing seminars, creative process experience as well as active imagination/dream retreats in locations throughout the world. She was elected to the Curatorium, (the governing body of the Jung Institute of Zurich) as the only non-resident of Switzerland where she served for six years. There she helped to implement a revamped English training program. She has founded Das Tiefengeist Institut, a training institute for helpers and healers to deepen their work with the unconscious. She lives in Manitou Springs, CO and Dallas, Texas.
Friday lecture: $10.00 members; $15.00 non-members; Students Free
“This event is not endorsed by or affiliated with the Pikes Peak Library District.”