Biology and psychology experts alike recognize that our past experiences live within the body. We need only consider how our senses, like hearing an old song, return our thoughts to a previous time. When these past experiences are unconscious, we are unaware of how they impact our moods, our actions, and even our mental and physical wellbeing.
Join Dr. Daphne Dodson, a research psychologist, writer, and teacher of memoir-writing, and return to influential past experiences via Imaginal Remembering. Deep connection with the body is a critical component of this unique and guided psychological journey that invites memories to be witnessed as wise and meaningful images of the soul. When we engage with memories as lively and responsive images, rather than fixed representations of the past they can bring gifts of personal transformation, deep healing, and resplendent creativity.
In this workshop, you will:
Understand the basic science and philosophy behind approaching memories as mental images influencing and influenced by the past, present, and future selves.
Flow through an asana practice specifically designed to engage the embodied, revealing vital memories and their effects.
Meet your own memory-images with curiosity and openness, accepting their potential gifts of transformation, creativity, and healing.
Open to all. $45
*Those who register by 4/15 will receive a free copy of Imaginal Remembering, a $17.99 value!