Cynthia Greb is a Dreamer. She is also a lover – of this planet, of beauty, of people. She has been passionately learning about dreams, healing, the Divine Feminine, indigenous cultures, and shamanism for many years. She’s a writer, artist, interfaith minister, and teacher who strives to bring a spirit of joy and healing to all she does.
About Cynthia Greb
Co-Editor of Dream Medicine
Cynthia loves to write. She writes an inspirational blog for the site Beliefnet called “Blessings Abound” and has another blog about navigating a diagnosis of early breast cancer. Currently she’s working on the first of several books in various stages of gestation.
Cynthia has a gift for leading groups, retreats, and celebrations. When she’s in Pennsylvania, she often speaks at and/or leads services at Pebble Hill Interfaith Church in Doylestown. She has also facilitated many women’s groups on such themes as personal growth, spirituality, sexuality, ritual, and the Goddess. Her warmth and joy help to create safe and sacred space.
Cynthia Greb has degrees in Sociology and Creation Spirituality, is an ordained interfaith minister, is a Unergi body/mind therapist, and has had over twenty years experience as a massage therapist. Additionally she has studied indigenous wisdom traditions and the rich history of the Goddess tradition. Cynthia is also a Dreamer. She believes our dreams guide us to more health and wholeness. She is profoundly grateful for her dreams, her life, and this beautiful planet. It is her joy to help bring healing and transformation to this world on both an individual and global level.
As the Aborigines say: Let us dream a better world.
May you be richly blessed.