Dream Quest for Women, Feb 24-25

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 Dream Quest for Women

Friday, February 24 & Saturday, February 25, 2017

Women of all ages (including young women 9th grade and up) are invited to our overnight Dream Quest Friday February 24 at 6pm through Saturday February 25 at 11am.

Therapist, healer, musician, teacher and Dream Quest Facilitator Judith Tripp will travel from San Francisco to lead us in our eighth annual Women’s Dream Quest. Come experience Judith’s gentle, yet profoundly powerful, leadership.

We will enter into sacred space and use the gifts of the labyrinth, music, silence, ritual & expressive arts to guide us individually and collectively into deep soul work with time for reflection, meditation, prayer and dreaming. Previous experience working with dreams is not needed—the Dream Quest is its own unique kind of dream. It is a time for embracing the quiet, trusting the silence and looking inward. Come and join us in this Quest as we explore the mystery that weaves through our lives and the life of our planet using the language of our spiritual traditions to point the way. Within the embrace of a sacred circle, we will work deeply to renew our spirits and replenish our souls.

Participants sleep in the church on their own linens/sleeping bags and pads/air mattress. Breakfast and snacks are included. Space is limited to 40 participants.

Registration is sliding scale $75-$100 with a limited number of work scholarship registrations available. PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED.  You can register below or for more information, contact:
 Leia Durland-Jones, Director of Faith Development, 434-293-8179 or [email protected]

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Registration fee is a sliding scale ($75-$100) and registration is not confirmed until payment is received.
Fees should be sent to:
Women’s Dream Quest attn: Leia Durland-Jones.  
TJMC UU, 717 Rugby Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903
We will do our best to accommodate people’s differing financial needs—just ask.