The world renowned psychologist Carl Jung said that a dream is like an unopened letter from the unconscious. Like a message to the soul, dreams can hold lots of creative content to fuel your writing practice. In this workshop, we will work with dream themes, plotlines and images to write poetry or mythologized short stories. Each participant is encouraged to bring their writing journals and 1-2 dreams to work with. Through Jungian-focused dream-work techniques, we will discuss dreams and amplify the symbols, images and mythological themes that emerge.
The result: some creative writing!
April 15: 1:30-3:30 pm—Venue: The Loveland Wellness Collective, 133 E. 4th St. Downtown Loveland, next door to The Chop House.
Fee/requested donations: $25 for members and $35 for non-members. Register by emailing:firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 970-214-8766. Walk-ins welcome!
Jennifer Phelps received her MFA from the Kerouac School at Naropa University in 2009. She studied at the Colorado Jung Institute for three years and has worked with her dreams, using Jungian-focused techniques, for the past twenty. Her poems have appeared in various literary journals and recent publications include an essay in the anthology Fearless Nest: our children as our greatest teachers. Jennifer is a professional editor and facilitates writing and dream workshops in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs.