“All dreams speak a universal language
and come in the service of health and wholeness.”
~ Jeremy Taylor, D. Min.
WEBINARS & WORKSHOPS
All webinars and workshop programs are beneficial for anyone who is
grieving the death of a loved one
experiencing a major life transition or personal loss
working as a support group facilitator, grief counselor, therapists, educators or caregivers working with bereaved individuals, parents, children, and families
wanting to improve dream recall or explore the inner world of dreams
And anyone who is
dreaming big, small or not at all!
A Blessing in Disguise for Healing
through Loss and Transition©
Carla Blowey invites the bereaved to recognize their own dreams as a valuable tool for healing grief and reconciling the death of their loved ones. Carla offers the bereaved an opportunity to see beyond the illusions of death and grief, bringing their dreams and their loved ones, and ultimately themselves into the light.
In simple terms, Carla explains that dreams of the bereaved often mirror their own grief journey in memories, metaphor, and symbols, pointing to issues and hidden agendas blocking the path to acceptance and reconciliation. Sometimes, the bereaved commonly experience "dream visits" with their deceased children and deceased loved ones or friends, offering the bereaved assurance of their loved one's continued existence.
Carla's compelling story will invite the bereaved to examine their dreams for personal symbols, synchronicity, and metaphor, as a means for reconciliation and self-empowerment. Carla believes that everything we need to know to do our own grief work is accessible within us. Using our intuition and discernment, we can interpret our dreams to reveal the guidance and wisdom needed for our personal growth and healing.
Carla says, "Sharing our dreams in the projective format is an opportunity to see our grief journey from a different perspective. When we are willing to see our grief and our dreams differently, we are in a mode of healing, letting go of perceptions that inhibit our emotional and spiritual growth. With each insight, we can examine the diverse issues that complicate living with loss, illuminating the imagery from the inner world to manifest creative solutions in the outer world."
Carla shares her dreams and excerpts from her book, Dreaming Kevin: The Path to Healing to illustrate the difference between grief dreams and "dream visits". Using the projective format, Carla invites participants to share dreams in a large and small group exercise. This workshop is most effective as a three-hour program to insure understanding of basic dream work, group exercise and application. Other options and programs specific to groups needs and time limitations are available.
LENGTH: One to three hours. Content customized for in person group or webinar. One hour program is a presentation with time for Q&A. Three-hour programs include group exercises.
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE SPIRITUAL KIND©
Carla Blowey, bereaved mother, and author of Dreaming Kevin: The Path to Healing shares the prophetic dream about the death of her five-year-old son, Kevin, and the many subsequent dreams that offered her forgiveness, healing, spiritual growth, and new life. Using examples from her own dream journal, Carla helps participants discern the difference between a "dream visit" and a "grief dream” and recognize all dreams as a valuable tool for reconciling the death of a loved one or child. Carla’s compelling presentation will invite the bereaved to examine their own dreams for personal symbols, synchronicity, and metaphor, as a means for reconciliation and self-empowerment.
LENGTH: 1.5 hour includes time for Q&A
Dream work outside the clinical setting is not a substitute for psychotherapy or other professional treatment, and should not be used as such. The material presented in workshops, dream groups or individual sessions are provided for general information purposes only and do not constitute legal, psychological or other professional advice on any subject matter. Carla Blowey (and associates/group members) are not responsible for any loss, misunderstanding or actions which may arise with the participant from information discovered in dream work.