Courting the Dream—SOLD OUT
This event is now sold out. We are taking a waitlist. Send an email to email@example.com to get on the waitlist. There are still plenty of tickets available for Toko-pa’s talk “Belonging is a Skill” February 22nd 7 to 9pm, in-person or via livestream. Tickets and more information here.
Each of us has a private gateway back into kinship with mystery—through our dreaming life. The practice of dreamwork is a powerful way of weaving back into intimate relationship with what the Sufis call the Beloved: that divine coherence from which all beings originate. Our conversation with the symbolic life is central to belonging.
In this weekend workshop, participants are invited deeper into an exploration of dreamwork & belonging. Using her three-part process, Toko-pa will demonstrate how to approach a dream, making the encounter with the mysterious others within, honouring the wounds that shape us uniquely and moving through our impediments to embolden our creativity in the world.
Saturday February 23 and Sunday February 24, 2019
10am to 4pm each day, with a break for lunch
1506 Burnside Road West, Victoria BC
Weekend workshop fee:
Workshop tickets include a ticket to Friday night public lecture: Belonging is a Skill (for more information click here)
Snacks and tea will be provided on the weekend. Bring your own lunch.
** Note: This workshop is a blend of instruction and practice. Participants are encouraged to bring a dream they’d like to work on.
Toko-pa Turner is an award-winning author, teacher and dreamworker. Blending the mystical tradition of Sufism in which she was raised with a Jungian approach to dreamwork, she founded the Dream School in 2001 from which hundreds of students have since graduated.
As an authority on dreams, Toko-pa has been interviewed by CNN News and BBC Radio. Her bestselling book Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home explores the themes of exile and the search for belonging. It was awarded the prestigious 2017 Gold Nautilus Award for its contribution to the field of Personal Growth.
Sometimes called a 'midwife of the psyche', Toko-pa’s work focuses on restoring the feminine, reconciling paradox, and facilitating grief and ritual practice.
To learn more about Toko-pa, visit her website.