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Dreams:  Spiritual Guide to Healing & Wholeness

Saturday, October 10th; 10:00am – 1:00pm

Don’t forget this Saturday, October 10th at 10am we have author & Episcopal Priest Peter Fritsch at Stillpoint discussing the topic of his book “Dreams:  Spiritual Guide to Healing & Wholeness”

Astonishing healing happens when seekers discover a deeper relationship with God through the understanding of the spiritual symbolism of their dreams. Peter Fritsch, an Episcopal priest and international teacher, shares his insights into the mysterious, spiritual language of healing hidden in the dream. This book contains both psychological insight and spiritual truths gleaned from working with people from all walks of life. Fritsch studied with Jungian psychologist and Episcopal priest John A. Sanford for eleven years and shares much of what he learned in these pages from Sanford and his associates Morton Kelsey and Robert Johnson. A must read for the serious seeker of the religious meaning of dreams, regardless of one’s spiritual orientation.

Fritsch will help you learn how to interpret your dreams through the use of effective methodology and a deeper understanding of the symbols that appear in dreams.

The workshop will explore the role of dreams as they were understood in the Old and New Testaments and with the Early Church Father and Mothers.

If you have ever been curious about your dreams plan to join us for this thought provoking program!

Presenter: Rev Peter Fritsch

Date: Saturday, October 10

Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Cost: $40


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