Live Tending Tuesday

Hosted by Stephen Aizenstat

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023 @ 10:00 AM Pacific Time

Have you ever woken up from a dream wondering what it meant or why certain symbols appeared? Joseph Campbell, the renowned scholar of mythology, famously said, “Myths are public dreams. Dreams are private myths.” This statement reveals the connection between the world of dreams and the collective unconscious, which is a shared pool of archetypal themes and imagery that appears in myths across cultures.

In our upcoming Special Edition of Tending Tuesday happening on May 2nd at 10 AM PT, we will explore some of the most common themes and symbols in dreams and their possible meanings. Understanding the visual language of dreams can provide insight into our unconscious and help us resolve conflicts or better understand our emotions. In Dream Tending, we have developed techniques to work with these symbols to unlock the hidden meanings and messages behind them. By engaging with the symbols in our dreams and exploring their possible significance, we can deepen our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.

If you’re interested in learning more about Dream Tending and exploring the hidden messages in your dreams, join us for our upcoming Special Edition of Tending Tuesday next Tuesday, May 2nd at 10 AM PT.

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Meet Dr. Stephen Aizenstat

Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., 
is the Founder of Dream Tending, Pacifica Graduate Institute, and Academy of Imaginal Arts and Sciences. He is a world-renowned Professor of Depth Psychology, an imagination specialist, and innovator. He has served as an organizational consultant to major companies, institutions, Hollywood films, and has lectured extensively in the U.S., Asia, and Europe. He is affiliated with the Earth Charter International project through the United Nations where he has spoken. He has collaborated with many notable masters in the field including Joseph Campbell, James Hillman, Marion Woodman, and Robert Johnson.