Monthly Meetups are drop-in discussions and presentations are guided by me. You can be a member of Meetup or not. Open to all who are interested in learning and sharing (optional) with others. No pre-registration is required.
Watch the calendar at the bottom of this page to see when and where the next meeting is happening. (If you are a member of Meetup, here’s the page to follow.)
What Happens at a Drop-In Group?
I start off with a presentation, something about the nature of imagination or how to practice. This is followed by me discussing the steps of a technique. Next, we practice that technique and people offer what they experienced,
Then we build upon this by using other methods to: relax, go inside, explore what we find there. One day we may focus on finding insights. Other times, working with dreams. Some days, we I bring in artwork and we take the imagery and search for what we can understand by mixing our own imagery with those of others in the group.
Of course, there is always time for discussion and sharing ideas.
That’s it. I make sure you walk out the door with information, insights, and feeling pretty good.
Fee: $5 donation appreciated.
Get a concentrated dose (2 to 3 hours per workshop) of practical, do-it-yourself, step-by-step instruction around how to solve a problem, jumpstart something, get you unstuck, or give the big perspective on something cool and important. Affordable fees are charged but you get your money’s worth by getting the best in a very short time.
Note: Workshops are occasional happenings, really, this is not a marketing ploy. If you see something grab when you see because I might not offer it again. I do what I can but I can’t guarantee that some workshop will be around forever.
Sign-up to hear early about any Armchair Dreamer Drop-in Group or Workshop.
DIRECTIONS TO DROP-IN GROUPS & WORKSHOPS
The Inner Arts has a “mobile location” meaning that I now use many places—Sacred Circle Books, Pure Prana Yoga Studio, and The Writer’s Center to bring groups and workshops close to you.
Right now, most of my events happen at two locations in Old Town Alexandria, VA. Both are very close to the King Street Metro station and right off major roadways, near private and public parking lots, and on-street parking:
For District of Columbia and Maryland residents, we use a location in Bethesda that is very near Metro, around public parking lots, street parking, and right off Wisconsin Avenue: