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Diving into the Symbolism and Dimensions of Dreams
Featuring Dr. Marina Quattrocchi
Sponsored by Contemporary Cayce of Canada.
Each night as we sleep, we become psychics like Edgar Cayce, soul journeying into dimensions of time and space to retrieve the information we need, while our body lies in suspended animation. Much of the time our soul prefers to teach us through the universal language of symbolism, just as Jesus spoke in parables, since symbols and metaphors soften the bluntness of a message and provide us with an emotional language often surpassing words. We’ll examine symbols which are personal or unique to the dreamer, along with over 30 universal symbols such as animals, cars, death, falling, flying, houses, losing teeth, missing trains or planes, running for your life, falling, sex, and water. Dreams are like nightly letters from God which we may fail to read, because we feel we do not understand the symbolic language; together we will learn that decoding symbolism is logical, rewarding, and fun.
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Additional Info and Schedule
April 14, 2023
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM ET
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM ET
Dr. Marina Quattrocchi is a former photojournalist, elementary school teacher, and secondary English teacher, with a life-long interest in dreams, meditation, and spirituality. Through her business, Dreamscapes, she offers a variety of services: yoga and qigong classes, workshops, dream therapy, tarot readings, and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessments, all with the goal of helping clients form a deeper connection with spirit. Her first book, Dreamwork Uncovered, grew from her doctoral thesis where she worked with secondary students and their dreams. Her second book, The Genius of Spirit: Using Dreams, Meditation, and Self-Awareness to Stop Insanity and Help Humanity, explains that genius, balance, and harmony is the intended destiny of everyone. She is currently working on a third book dealing with spiritual illusion. After spending most of her life in Toronto’s GTA, in 2019 she relocated to her hometown of Smiths Falls where she enjoys being closer to water and nature.