Dream Weaving: Realize your Dreams with Herbs & Ritual July-Oct

Dream Weaving:
Realize your Dreams with Herbs & Ritual
Sunday, July 18th 1pm
Sunday, August 29th 1pm
Sunday, October 10th 1pm
Sustainer Rate: $45 sustains all
Supporter Rate:  $40 with code SUPPORT at checkout
      Community rate: $35 with code COMMUNITY at checkout
Limited to 12 people
Have you ever wondered why some people remember their dreams and others cannot? Have you longed to uncover the important messages of your subconscious more fully? As our minds and bodies are directly affected by the uncertain external world it is important to be in tune with our internal guides for self reflection.
In this workshop we will explore herbs that can help us relax into our theta waves by smoking, burning, drinking, creating menstruums and even sleeping with herbs to be awakened to our dreams! Participants will have the opportunity to sample tea to promote lucid dreaming while being guided in a garden meditation. We will discuss helpful practices for conjuring and capturing the messages that arise when we learn how to practice deep listening. We will do some journaling and group discussion. Participants will leave with a dream tea blend and information on ritual practices. Let’s collectively dream a new world into being.
Katie O’Neill believes that the right tools and wellness practices are what is most needed for our evolution into this new paradigm. Katie is an artist, a floral designer, an Herbalist, Flower Essence guide, and student of Medical Astrology specializing in rituals from her lineage of Celtic traditions. Her love of exploration assists in her creative process to capture ancestral nostalgia and a spiritual essence in her work. Katie hopes to empower women and men by holding space to reconnect in community and to our individual divine nature as creators. By being close to nature she believes we have the ability to strengthen our own intuitions. Katie grew up at the shore and in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, studied ancient Crafts and Cultural Anthropology at UArts in Philadelphia and currently calls Pennsylvania her home and discovery playground. She is available for private consults.