Dreaming Into Life Dreamwork Webinar

FREE online WEBINAR - 22 JAN 2024

Exploring your dreams to enliven your life and practice

 Monday, 22nd January at 7pm AEDT (find your time here)

Stepping into the unknown realms of our dreams offers rich insights into our waking life that can help us solve problems, understand our purpose in life, and grow more fully into our wholeness.

The webinar offers a taste of our upcoming Dreamwork Dreamplay training series with a brief introduction to the Process Work Dreamwork approach, followed by a live demonstration working with someone’s dream, plus time for questions. Presented by passionate dreamworkers Martin Hemsley and Penny Watson (see below).

 

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THE TRAINERS

Martin Hemsley, PhD

Dr Martin Hemsley (also called ‘Sananda’) is a psychotherapist, facilitator, teacher and author. His practice is based on Process Work, and he works from his home in Arakwal country, the Byron Bay area of New South Wales, Australia. In his practice, he has a particular focus on working with dreams.

Martin is a Process Work Diplomate and member of the ANZPOP Process Work training faculty.

Alongside dreamwork, Martin is passionate about healing, having himself undergone transformative shamanic experiences which have given him a deep appreciation of healing processes and alternate realities and states of consciousness.

He’s particularly interested in working with spiritual emergence, and working with other healers. In his 2019 book ‘Here There be Soul-Eaters: Sacred Journeys of Nurse Healers’ (based on his PhD), Martin explored with other healers their awesome, painful, beautiful and challenging lifepaths.

Penny Watson

Penny is passionate about supporting people to live their dreams. She works as a mentor, coach, group facilitator and community development worker.

She has an enduring interest in exploring holistic approaches to social change and ecological sustainability. She also loves working with people in nature using process-orientated earth-based practices. This is both a personal and professional practice that helps her stay closer to following her own nature. 

Penny graduated in 2007 from Master Arts Conflict Facilitation and Organisational Change at PWI, Portland.

She lives in Alice Springs, Mparntwe, and is deeply inspired by the people and lands of the Central Desert.

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ANZPOP acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the Maori First Nations peoples. We pay respect to their elders across time. We give thanks for the Indigenous knowledge that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience, and spirit of First Nations peoples to counter the ongoing impacts of colonisation on their culture, well-being, and sovereignty.

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