Mystical MindShift: A Transformative Journey
Bob Trowbridge, M.Div. has been a professional dreamworker for over 35 years. He has done a number of workshops for the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and was the editor of the Dream Network Bulletin. He was a guest on numerous radio programs in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as a regular guest on A.M. San Francisco, a popular morning TV show. His book, The Hidden Meaning of Illness: Disease as a Symbol & Metaphor has two chapters on dreamwork tools.
Bob Trowbridge leads a workshop to help you to learn more about the healing and transformative potential that is hidden in our dreams. Dreams can help us discover and overcome our blocks and fears. Dealing with our dark shadows can be healing and transformative. But what about our other shadows, our golden shadows?
Just as we repress and deny unpleasant aspects of the self, so do we repress and deny visions of the True Self. We will look at our dreams (and waking life) for these Golden Shadows. Through visualizations and writing exercises you will be encouraged to throw off false limitations and embrace and embody a higher vision/version of the self.
Our potential for transformation is awesome. The enlightened self exists within us right now. We do not need to create it. It is a Being we need to set free. Most of our limitations are of the mind. Change occurs first in the mind. Transformation requires a MindShift.
There is an ancient spiritual belief system that is found in most world religions and spiritual systems. It is simply put but can be the work of a lifetime of study, contemplation, and practice. These quotes contain that philosophy very succinctly: “You create your own reality/world.” (Seth) “Thoughts are things.” (Edgar Cayce, Ernest Holmes, and […]