Charlie Morley

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Date(s) - 09/11/2018 - 11/11/2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kagyu Samye Dzong Dublin


We are delighted to announce that Charlie Morley – of ‘Lucid Dreaming’ fame – will be back in Dublin this November for a workshop and evening talk on the Friday night.

Lucid Dreaming and Shadow Work Weekend

This unique workshop combines teachings on both lucid dreaming (the art of becoming conscious with your dreams) and shadow work (the practice of integrating and transforming unloved psychological aspects) for the aims of personal development and spiritual growth.

The workshop will include an overview of the history, science and practice of lucid dreaming from both the Western and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, teachings on “how to lucid dream” and instructions on how to engage the wider spiritual benefits of lucid dreaming.

We will then explore how to meet, befriend and transform our shadow side in both our dreams and waking lives. But what is the shadow exactly? It is the part of us made up of all that we hide from others: our shame, our fears, our wounds but also our divine spirit, our blinding beauty and our hidden talents. And yet, until we bring it into the light this power will remain untapped and our full potential unreached.

Using practical “how to” shadow work exercises inspired by Tibetan Buddhism, Jungian psychology, Mexican shamanism, and lucid dreaming Charlie Morley will help us to embrace our shadow side with compassionate acceptance and manifest the awakened power of our inner gold.

Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th November 2018

10am-5pm each day

Cost of workshop: €100 (includes simple lunch both days – unfortunately we cannot cater for special dietary needs)

Spaces on this course are limited – please book your place in advance, payment in full by 1st November

To register click here

About Charlie:

Charlie Morley is a bestselling author and teacher of both lucid dreaming and shadow work. He received the traditional “authorisation to teach” within the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism from Lama Yeshe Rinpoche in 2008 and has since run retreats and workshops around the world and written three books which have been translated into 10 languages.

He’s spoken at Cambridge University, the Innovation in Vajrayana Buddhism conference in Bhutan and is a regular expert panelist for The Guardian . In 2017 Sonima magazine named him one of “The Next Generation of Meditation Instructors” and in 2018 he was awarded a Churchill Fellowship grant to research mindfulness based PTSD treatment and continues to teach on retreats for armed forces veterans.


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