Family Constellations and Dream Work Meetup Group

John Dore

John Dore, Ph.D., recently formed a meetup group, Meetup/Family Constellations, Dream work and soul lessons, which meets the first and third Wednesday evening of the month, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., at Unity Church.

The teachings are given only in the experience of the Knowing Field itself. The Knowing Field of ancestral energy shifts consciousness, awakens our Inner Guide, activates our deeper resources and supports what our soul calls us to do.

Family Constellations, Dream Work and the Knowing Field are said to improve family and love relationships, resolve emotional and mental issues, release unconscious blocks to growth and reveal our hidden family inheritance.

“Our meet-up group shows how we are all connected. We get insights from the depths of collective unconscious mind—the soul. We go beyond ego mind to achieve greater awareness in resolving mental/emotional/communal issues,” explains Dore. “Family Constellations show us how the family soul demands justice and balance across generations, and how the ‘child-heart’ in us always loves family.”

Location: Unity Church, 3617 N. Camino Blanco Rd., Tucson. For more information, call 520-906-1768, email or visit See ad, page 18.

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