Friday night, the Oasis Sisters Reading Circle discuss their responses to I, the Woman, Planted the Tree: A Journey through Dreams to the Feminine.
“Blessed are the weird people … the poets, misfits, writers, mystics, heretics, painters & troubadours, and the dreamworkers–for we teach you to see the world through different eyes.” October 4, 2019, I gave a short talk about Being Weird at the Womanition (www.womanition.com) Biz Brigade Conference. There were about 200 Alberta Business Woman there. I […]
In the next few months, I will post dream work ideas. Please join me. I don’t promise to post regularly. Life with dreams, retirement, being an author, living the best life ever, I try desperately to avoid any semblance of schedules! “I NEVER remember my dreams.” First, stop saying that. Then set an intention: “I […]
Join Catherine Potter and author Pearl Gregor in a thought-provoking conversation about depression, the healing power of dreams and feminine/masculine energy. Please see more podcasts by Catherine Potter here: iTunes Podcast
Without even one small clue about what was happening in my inner world, in fact, not even knowing what “inner world” might mean, I asked for a dream. I was desperate. Mad with the black, bleakness of clinical depression. A Box of Books, and a dream I mostly surely did not have a remote glimmer […]
Turns out, the answer is “A lot of different folks!” Authoring Self: A Journey through Dreams to the Feminine was published May 24, 2019. For a few days, May 31 to June 3, 2019 it alternated between #1 and #2 on the Hot New Releases list on Amazon.ca It’s nearest companion on the List? Jung’s […]
Growing Feminine A male social studies consultant colleague and I are transferred from Regional Services to another branch of Alberta Education. The details are sketchy. We are at the new department. Someone suggests we have been fired and that’s why we are new here. There is a meeting in a different part of the complex. […]
Pearl Gregor, Special to The Review | April 1, 2019 Recently, in the Roman Catholic Women Priests (RCWP) Review, I found an article written by Commonweal Editor, Molly Winston O’Reilly, “Stop making victims of sexual assault into martyrs for virginity.” Unknown to me, buried in the personal and also the collective unconscious, I experienced Catholicism […]