SYNCHRONICITY: Matter & Psyche Symposium
Sept. 12-14, 2014 • JOSHUA TREE, CA
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been invited to Joshua Tree as a presenter for the first annual Synchronicity Symposium – an “Embodied Ideas Festival” which, alongside visionary leaders in their field including biologist and author, Rupert Sheldrake, writer on ancient civilisations, Graham Hancock, sound healer and Family Constellation therapist, Jill Purce and many more, we will be exploring the elegant symmetry between Psyche and Matter; between our inner and outer lives.
At this time in history, we seem to be undergoing a collective passage into an era of conscious realization that psyche and matter are inseparable and that, far from being passive observers, we have a participatory relationship with the unfoldment of the world around us. Now the work ahead is in learning how to move in concert with these rhythms, developing a mastery in weaving between the worlds to come into a greater personal and collective harmony.
It’s an honour to be included in this roster of brilliant outcasts who have made a life out of studying consciousness, sound, somatic and Jungian psychology, quantum physics, synchronicity, and of course DREAMING!
EMBODYING the DREAM:
The focus of my presentation will be on Embodying the Dream – Living into Belonging – in which I’ll talk about the architecture of belonging.
Belonging spins itself out from the center of the Self in the form of dreams and synchronicity. These living images call the dreamer forward, step by tentative step along their gossamer threads, into an increasingly intimate conversation with our lives and embodiment of our soul’s values until we find ourselves anchored in a meaningful life.
As well as giving an hour-long talk (Saturday, Sept 13th at 11am) in the gorgeous Sanctuary room at the Joshua Retreat Retreat Center, I’ll also be offering a Dreamwork Intensive on the Monday following our weekend, for those who’d like to go deeper with this beautiful work.
To register for my Dreamwork Intensive (Monday Sept. 15th, 1-3:30pm) click here: