May 9, 2018 – Dream Analysis

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Mark your calendars for next week! We’ve arranged for a new LES public presentation on Wednesday, May 9 at 6:00 PM:  “Dream Analysis” presented by Jill Baker.

DREAM ANALYSIS

Today research and actual experimentation on recording dreams is a topic for many studies. Dreams have been the subject of analyses and research since time began.

Dreams have always been considered messages from other dimensions and certainly arise from the subconscious. Jill’s presentation will include some background on how dreams have been viewed, categorized and analyzed in the past, but will also include a more interesting discussion of dream symbols and dream events and what they may mean to the dreamer.  Do dreams give hints about future events – sometimes referred to as visions or – are they the  wishes and fears of the dreamer playing out in the subconscious? Or, are they simply the left-over energy of an active brain?

Jill is an award winning artist, teacher and author.

Please mark your calendars and plan on attending this meeting which is sure to intrigue.

Jill Baker Artist’s Studio: 211 Daisy Lane, Louisville, KY 40243 E-mail: jillwbaker@gmail.com   Website: JillBaker.com Phone: (502) 650-1530 (cell)

Note: A $5 contribution is suggested.

LOCATION:

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1200 Forest Bridge Road
Louisville, Kentucky  40223

Enter thru the front door and the elevator will give you access to the basement.

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November 8, 2011 – “10 Powers of Dreaming”

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We had a wonderful discussion on Tuesday November 8, 2011!   The topic was,“10 Powers of Dreaming” –presented by Rory Colgan.

Rory presented a film, created by the School of Metaphysics. The film illustrated 10 ways the Subconscious Mind functions.  At this juncture of evolution, as we open the door for intuitive, Spiritual Man, it is important that each one of us uses our inherent resources within our own mind for peace, prosperity, and security, and these 10 functions, like inventing, perceiving, exploration, expression, etc.  in that progression.  Dreaming remains one of the greatest intuitive resources our species has within its grasp, and as we call upon this capability, we will become more intuitive, and more like the influential people documented in the film.

Following the screening of the film, Rory, who is the Director IT of the  School of Metaphysics  in Louisville, led a discussion about dreams and dream interpretation. During that discussion several people shared some of their more fascinating or perplexing dreams. Rory shared his insight and training on dream interpretation but, stressed that the truest interpretation always comes from self reflection.  He also talked about the most common dreams, which coincided with Carl Jung’s research into archetypal dreams across all cultures.

Thanks to Rory for sharing the film and facilitating the wonderful discussion which followed. And, thanks to everyone who joined us in another full house.  We look forward to Rory’s return to LES on December 27  for another presentation!


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February 22, 2011 Discussion – “Introduction to Jungian Dream Symbols and Interpretations”

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We had a good turn out for the second session of the Louisville Esoteric Society (LES) discussion group,  held on February 22, 2011 at 6:30 PM.  The  topic was an  “Introduction to Jungian Dream Symbols and Interpretations” presented by Janet Rowland.

We discussed:

  • Jung , the Man
  • Jungian Theories
  • Major Archetypal Characters
  • Common Dreams
  • Recurring Dreams
  • Creative Dreams
  • Relevance of Jung’s Archetypes and Common Dreams to the Movie,  Inception
  • Participants shared some of their dream experiences

Thanks to everyone who attended, and for your active particpation! We value any feedback you provide.  Please feel free to let us know what you thought of the presentation by adding your comments.  Comments will be used to gauge interest in the topic and help us plan future discussion topics.


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