Dates: 24-25.02.2018 A weekend workshop in Dragon Dreaming, a holistic project design and management tool.
Location: Goldsmiths, University of London.
8 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6NW (New Cross Gate is the closest train station)
What is Dragon Dreaming?
Dragon Dreaming is a project design tool set that offers a radically participatory and fun way to realize dreams!It draws on the long experience of the Australian Gaia Foundation, living systems thinking, jungian psychology, freirean pedagogy and the deep understanding of indigenous Australian Aboriginal and other ecological wisdom. It ignites collective intelligence, unleashes our creative genius, and has inspired and kick started many transformative projects and organisations across the world. It is also a network of practitioners that collaborates to inspire the emergence of a win-win-win culture. http://www.dragondreaming.org Why Dragon Dreaming? In Dragon Dreaming we learn to dance with the fears of our “Dragons”, so we liberate and awake our personal power and talents. We discover the importance of celebration and dreaming in our life’s projects. A dragon Dreaming workshop would provide a space where you could:Find new inspiration and new energies for your life and work Receive new tools for working with groups and organizations Meet with people creating and collaborating on beautiful projectsEngage in building a win-win-win culture around the world, for everybodyFor more info please see: http://www.dragondreaming.org/
Information on the facilitator:Uri Noy Meir is a facilitator of creative processes that facilitates and trains in Theatre of the Oppressed, Dragon Dreaming and Theory U. He is guided and motivated to hold spaces of co creation, joyful being, and liberation, constantly searching and finding ways in which to realize dreams and bring about a regenerative life sustaining culture. He is grateful for the opportunity to connect his personal healing and his professional path and to meet and work with beautiful and courageous people around the world.