- Face Reading
- Spiritual Healthcare
- ACMI Press
- We Are Not Meant To Die
Group Dream Experience
In class attendance or call in. Enter at anytime.
The dream is our personal book of life. Its pages offer us a portal or doorway between the divine, infinite reality and our everyday time-space life experiences. The information contained in this book gives us answers and insights for our life including: our state of health, our life direction, our relationship to others, the problems we face, and what possibilities are available to us at this moment. We shall engage here 7 key ingredients to help us read dreams in a spiritually based context.
Every other week, we share our dreams within a welcoming and accepting environment. In learning to read our dreams, we uncover the link or analogy between our dreams and our personal life events. Dreams are also a shared social language. Here one person’s dream is everyone’s dream, as we uncover common social themes of life that we each live out in our unique individual historical unfolding.
Dreams, not bound by ordinary time-space reality, appear to us in a special language of images. However, unlike our ordinary language of words, dreams are a pictorial language, akin to the picture/hieroglyph language of ancient Egypt. Reading this language is markedly different from psychoanalytic dream analysis or interpretation, as we come with no preconceived interpretive ideas.
During these classes you also discover how to: think by analogy (the key to reading images); change the disturbing dreams that negatively impact your waking life experience; and understand the essential elements of Western spirituality.
For questions or to enroll call Dr. Jerry at 212-369-4080, or email email@example.com
Learning to READ Your Book of Life
Instructor:Gerald Epstein, M.D.
Dr. Jerry Epstein, 351 East 84th Street, Apt. 10-d, New York, NY 10028
When: Every other Tuesday, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
2016: Sept. 13, 27; Oct. 11, 25; Nov. 8, 22; Dec. 6
2017: Jan. 17, 31; Feb. 14, 28; Mar. 14, 28; Apr. 25; May 9, 23; Jun. 6, 20
Enter at anytime. Tuition prorated to entry date.
Fee: $1,298 (2 payments of $649: September 6, 2016 ; January 10, 2017.
Pay by check or cash and receive a 3% discount or 2 payments of $630.
The online list price of $630 allows you to pay in two separate installments.