Join Mary Kay Kasper and Sue Scavo for a free webinar where we will explore the intersection of dreams, creativity, and our connection to the earth.
There is a creative energy that lies within all us. A voice shut down by cultural and personal whispers and shouts of judgment, ridicule, and condescension.
Our dreams offer the wisdom to reclaim that voice of the creative. Through our earthly nature witnessed through the dreams, we can seek the creative that is yearning to be expressed. Inspiration that will seed our awakening and heal our wounds.
How can our dreams and our relationship to the earth reawaken, rejuvenate and support the creativity that is inherent in us. Whether our creativity is art based (writing, movement, dance, visual art) and/or living based-how to we love our creative nature in all aspects of our lives.
In this webinar, we will explore the context under which this voice has been silenced, the importance of expression, and explore how we can reawaken to expressing this potency.
This webinar is also an introduction to a three-class series where we will work with our dreams and our relationship to the earth to access and embody our own creativity. We will invite the muse to teach, inspire, and play with us.
Mary Kay Kasper is a dreamwork practitioner, wilderness/rite of passage guide, ecotherapist, and ceremonial leader. She holds licenses as a Maine Recreational Guide and pagan clergy. Her dreamwork experience expands over 25 years and she has received training in Archetypal and shamanic dreamwork. Mary Kay also has a Masters in Counseling and advanced CAS degree in Ecopsychology and has taught college courses in ecopsychology, leadership, and dreamwork.
Sue Scavo is an Archetypal Dreamwork practitioner, group leader and teacher. She has been working with dreams for over 18 years especially in relationship to trauma and creativity. She is the co-founder of Students of the Dream and a past founder and teacher at The Center for Archetypal Dreamwork. She has led retreats all over the US, Canada and Europe at centers such as Kripalu, Esalen, Breitenbush and Hollyhock.