Sunday and Monday, Feb 10th & 11th, 6pm-9pm
Please join us for one or both evenings to activate the creative and transformative power of your dreams with two of the world's pioneers in the field of dream studies. Fariba Bogzaran and Daniel Deslauriers, the authors ofIntegral Dreaming: A Holistic Approach to Dreams, share their unique insights and activities for consciously engaging the brilliant creativity of your dreaming mind.
During the first evening, Fariba and Daniel explain the core principles of Integral Dreaming. We will also explore the illuminative wisdom within various types of extraordinary dreams - lucid dreaming, creative dreams, spiritual dreams and mutual dreaming.
The second evening includes experiential activities such as dream re-entry, art creation, automatic writing, and contemplative practices to more fully open your creative channel.
Each evening you’ll craft a personal “dream incubation” or intention for your dreamtime.
Fariba Bogzaran, PhD is the founder of the world's first advanced-degree Dream Studies Program at JFK University. She has taught dream courses in academic and retreat settings internationally since 1984. Her background is in contemplative and shamanic practices, multi-media arts and East-West psychology. Fariba conducted the first scientific research on the spiritual experiences in lucid dreaming (UMI, 1989). She is the co-founder and creative director of the Lucid Art Foundation. Among her publications in dream studies are: Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them (SUNY Press, 2002) and Integral Dreaming: A Holistic Approach to Dreams (SUNY Press, 2012).
Daniel Deslauriers, PhD is Professor at CIIS (California Institute of Integral Studies) in San Francisco, and former chair of East-West Psychology. Daniel co-founded the Montreal Center for the Study of Dreams and co-authored Integral Dreaming (SUNY, 2012). He has published numerous papers on dreams, traditional knowledge and spiritual intelligence, and is currently editing a book entitledLiberating Joy. A Templeton Award recipient for his integrative course "Consciousness, Science and Religion,” he is also trained in Balinese traditional dance.