WisdomWork Educational Institute invites you to our  

Winter Dream Conference 2019 

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Friday, February 22, 2019 at 6:00 PM CST
Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 10:00 AM CST

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$245.00 Double occupancy, $290.00 Single occupancy and $135.00 Commuter.


Gray Center 
1530 Way Road
Canton, MS 39046

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Karen Bonner 
WisdomWork Educational Institute 

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Gray Center
1530 Way Road
Canton, MS 39046

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Conference fee for overnight guests includes 2 nights and meals  Friday night through Sunday morning.  Rooms are available for this conference in the Cottages or the Inn.  Cottage rooms are on a first come - first serve basis.  Each Cottage can sleep up to 16 people in 8 rooms and has its own common room and kitchen area.  The rooms in the Inn are closer and more accessible to the dining room and meeting room.  
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Also, because we are working with Gray Center to offer a comfortable, enjoyable experience, we have a deadline of February 8 for registration or cancellation.

Featuring Dr. Jerry Wright, Jungian analyst!

New location: Beautiful Gray Center! About 45 minutes north of Jackson

New format: Friday night - Introduction to Dream Work with Karen Bonner. All day Saturday with Jerry Wright! Group Dream Work Saturday night and Sunday morning.

Dr. Wright's presentation: The Creative Unconscious and Her Many Manifestations

The presentations by Dr. Wright will address the fecund unconscious that is always birthing and inviting us to be midwives for the unfolding of our lives, individually and collectively.  Special attention will be given to nighttime dreams, daytime projective phenomena, and archetypal images that result in religions and religious doctrines and dogmas.  Drawing on the rich analytical psychology of C. G. Jung and various religious and mystical traditions, Dr. Wright will offer practical suggestions for attending dreams, projections that color all relationships, and numinous experiences that seek us out rather continuously.  Advanced knowledge of Jungian psychology is not required to be a full participant in the conference. 

New to dream work?  Not sure what an archetype is?  Or a numinous experience?  Join us Friday night for a fast and fun introduction to Jung's model of the psyche, a map to the source of dreams plus a cheat-sheet of Jungian terms to enrich your weekend experience!  Then stay with us Saturday night and Sunday morning to practice what we've learned using projective dream work methods in group dream work!  

Jerry R. Wright is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Flat Rock, North Carolina.  In addition to teaching and leading conferences and retreats, he leads pilgrimages to sacred sites around the world, including Iona, Scotland, Ireland, Machu Pichu in Peru, India, and a forthcoming pilgrimage to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand in March 2019 focusing on Jungian psychology and Buddhism.  He is a faculty member of the Haden Institute, and a training analyst in the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts.  He is the author of Reimagining God and Religion: Essays for the Psychologically MindedHere's a link to that book.