Dreams and their secret language have been the fascination of many for a long time now. While some of us have really vivid dreams and enjoy the stories they tell, others have a hard time remembering. Often, they reflect our present difficulties and help process feelings that are suppressed. In addition, dreams also help us imagine new possibilities and alternative paths into the future. Perhaps this creative and visionary aspect of dreams will lead to us new ways of channeling the collective conscious in surviving and living a meaningful life through this ongoing socio-political and cultural turbulence.
‘Dreams under turbulence’ is an online experiential space where a group of people come together to share dreams, form associations, discover the embedded meanings, expand the social thought process, and make the invisible visible. It is primarily a social group process where the focus is on the dream and not the dreamer. This is not a dream interpretation group, although each of you may have your personal takeaways from the social process you engage in.
This is for you if
– You are fascinated by the mysetry around dreams
– You wonder about the inherent meaning and purpose of your dreams
– You enjoy a collective process of exploration
– You have the desire to discover and learn something new
– You wish to share and connect with the larger community
– You are looking for a space to belong
– You want to experience transformative thinking
Zoom link will be sent post confirmation of registration through full payment*
*all payments are non-refundable
May – 9, 16, 23, 30
June – 6, 13, 20, 27
July – 4, 11, 18, 25
Kindly check your availability for all dates before registering
Saturday 09:00 to 10:30 AM
3 month Online Group – 12 Sessions
Each session is for a duration of 90 minutes
₹300 per session
About the facilitator
Shama Parkhe, Co-founder & Clinical Director
Psychotherapist, Psychodrama Practitioner, Group Analyst in Training
Shama has been working with adults in group settings using both group analytic and psychodramatic methodology. She has a keen interest in developing alternatives to traditional mental health practises by involving the larger community. She believes in the efficacy of group processes and aims at creating safe, reflective, and therapeutic spaces for groups of people experiencing interpersonal difficulties.