Thursday, June 20 @ 7 PM 

On Thursday, June 20, at 7:00 PM Eastern, Center for Spiritual Wisdom will host its monthly discussion series called A Little About A Lot. We are pleased to welcome Diana McKendree as a guest facilitator for our June program entitled Why We Dream What We Dream: An Exploration of Jungian Dreamwork. Diana will lead us in discerning the importance of dreams as a “window to the soul” and offer us an opportunity to experience the power and promise of group dreamwork. She will lead us through an analysis of a dream that attendees will make up during our time together.

You are asked to consume the following materials prior to the session on June 20.

Curated Content for A Little About A Lot – Why we Dream What We Dream:  An Exploration of Jungian Dreamwork

Diana McKendree has been fascinated with images for as long as she can remember. This has led her to explore a variety of professions – from graphic design to Jungian Coaching. Trained as a Jungian psychotherapist, Diana is a skilled educator, working internationally as a keynote speaker, consultant, leader of women’s pilgrimages and iconography. As a senior faculty member with the Haden Institute for 24 years, Diana has presented in both Spiritual Direction and Dream work training. Ordained an Interfaith Minister, Diana continues to search for the common threads that weave humanity and soul together. She lives in the North Carolina mountains with her two fur babies.

A Little About A Lot engages the community in discussions around topics of social, religious, and spiritual interest using short formats like podcasts, web posts, short books, and videos curated from around the digital world.

There is no fee to participate in this two-hour discussion. However, donations to the Center will be gratefully accepted. A suggested donation of $8 or more per discussion will help us continue to offer this and similar events.