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Working with Dreams in Finding Religious Meaning

Friday, January 17, 6:30pm - Saturday, January 18, 4:00pm

Working with Dreams in Finding Religious Meaning

This is a 2-day, overnight retreat presented by Sr. Janice Bachman, O.P., a spiritual director and Jungian Analyst

Dreams can be a significant component in discerning spiritual growth and a source of revelation to bring into consciousness what we need to live more holistic lives. We will work with dreams from Scripture to demonstrate how we might work with our own dreams. There will be opportunities to work with dreams volunteered by participants as well as approaches to working with dreams in spiritual direction.

Janice Bachman, O.P., a Dominican Sister of Peace from Columbus, OH, is a spiritual director and Jungian Analyst. A key area of interest for her is the convergence of analytical psychology and spirituality, and how the two disciplines and their symbols inform the process of analysis, spiritual development and becoming more whole persons. For the past 22+ years Janice has been involved in the training of spiritual directors and has offered a variety of workshops and retreats. Janice has been on the summer faculty of Creighton University’s Graduate Program in Christian Spirituality since 1997. She holds a master’s degree from Creighton University and a diploma in Analytical Psychology from the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts, Toronto, and an MBA from Xavier University, Cincinnati.

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Sr. Janice Bachman, O.P.

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