Led by Savitri Simpson
The Meaning of Dreaming
Yogananda's Teachings on Why We Dream and What Our Dreams Mean
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There are many theories about why we dream, but rarely, if ever, has a scholar or scientist dared to give a definitive opinion. They candidly say, "We simply don't know for sure."
Paramhansa Yogananda, amazingly, did dare to say: "I know exactly why and even how we dream."
Savitri comments: "To my knowledge, no one has spoken of or written about the fascinating topic of dreaming with such fresh insights, clarity, and absolute authority as Paramhansa Yogananda, one of the great yoga masters of our time. Yogananda's teachings cover every aspect of life, from mundane daily activities to the highest realms of spiritual attainment."
Here’s what we'll cover in the weekend:
- What science knows about the mechanics of sleeping and dreaming
- Dreaming through the ages; the history of dreams and dream analysis
- Why and how we dream, as explained by Paramhansa Yogananda
- Different levels of consciousness; where our dreams come from
- Subconscious dreams vs. superconscious visions; how to know the difference
- Evoking meaningful dreams, dreaming at will (lucid dreaming); taking charge of your dream life
- Contacting departed souls through dreams
- Understanding and interpreting important dream symbols
- How to analyze your dreams, and how to know if you should analyze a dream or not
This weekend will be led by Savitri Simpson, one of Ananda’s most accomplished and experienced teachers.
As a part of this seminar, you’ll receive a copy of Savitri's book, The Meaning of Dreaming: Paramhansa Yogananda's Teachings on Why We Dream and What Our Dreams Mean.
One reviewer of Savitri's book says: "This book will surprise you in its unusual and comprehensive look at the subject of dreaming, including the place of dreaming in one's spiritual life. The book takes a look at one slice of a huge, delicious pie—the teachings of the God-realized master, Paramhansa Yogananda."
The Meaning of Dreaming starts the afternoon of the first date listed. It’s ideal to arrive before 4 pm, if you are able to. That way, you can join in the afternoon session of yoga and meditation, which begins at 4:45 pm. Dinner is at 6:30. The first real gathering of your group is at 7:30 pm. If you need to arrive here after 5 pm, that’s fine, but it helps us if you let us know at 800-346-5350. We can also put aside a dinner for you if you need to arrive after 7 pm. The program ends with lunch on the last date. Please see our Daily Schedule.
Come a Day Early
Relax, Take a Walk,
Get a Massage
Stay an Extra Day,
Absorb Your Experience