New York Region Pathwork
Pathwork Presentation & Gathering
"THE PAIN OF INJUSTICE - COSMIC RECORDS"
"The pain of injustice connotes fear of a meaningless universe, of chaos. It is not just actual injustice happening to you here and now. Such injustice could be classified as pain of being wounded and hurt. There is more to it than that. It is a fear that the universe can allow destruction to exist without safety valves. It is the fear that nothing has rhyme or reason, that doing good - or bad - has no effect on the outcome of cosmic history and evolution."
Join us for a discussion of how the Pathwork teachings address feelings of pain, fear, and distrust.
"Know that each thought you harbor is a distinct energy formation, sending out waves and rays, creating according to the nature of this thought. Open your eyes to the beauty of this fact! Experience in this understanding of reality that you are, with your present limited consciousness, already now, a co-creator of reality."
On June 14th, Jan Rigsby will present Lecture #249: "The Pain Of Injustice - Cosmic Records Of All Personal & Collective Events, Deeds, Expressions."
You can download it and read it for free at www.Pathwork.org or going to this link: http://www.pathwork.org/lectures/P249.PDF
Jan Rigsby is a Pathwork© Helper who has taught in Australia, China, Japan, California and Texas. Jan facilitates weekly teleconference meetings and is developing materials for online participation via www.pathworksteps.org. She moved to NYC in 2010 and will be shifting to Chicago with her family this December and can be reached at [masked].
Location: Shetler Studios 244 West 54th St 12 fl (Bet B'way & 8th Ave) NYC
Date: This Friday, June 14th
Time: 7:00 PM
Registration is requested but not required, prior to the presentation so we can make plans for the room size. RSVP to Gay Danna at [masked]
For additional information about the presentation please feel free to contact
Jan Rigsby at [masked]
Participants are encouraged to arrive early.
This Presentation Is Free Of Charge
Donations are appreciated and are used to pay the venue fee.