"Transition From No-Current To Yes-Current" -NYC- This Friday, Jan 17th 7:00 pm

New York Region Pathwork

Pathwork Presentation & Gathering


TRANSITION FROM THE
~NO-CURRENT TO THE YES-CURRENT~ 

The Yes-Current is the expression of the supreme intelligence and creative universal force.

It is the Life-force, and yet we turn away from this innate birthright.

This presentation explores the ways we turn away, and how we can open ourselves to this power within.

Come and explore the way to manifest the best of who we are.

On January 17th 7:00 pm Gay Danna will present Lecture #125 "Transition From The No-Current To The Yes-Current"

You can download it for free at www.pathwork.org or by clicking on this link:

http://pathwork.org/wp-content/uploads/lectures/pdf/E125.PDF

Gay joined the Pathwork in 1965 and was present at many of the original lecture presentations given by the Guide through Eva Pierrakos. She was taught by Eva who delivered the Pathwork teachings over a period of 22 years. Gay is a Pathwork© Helper, a long time member of the Continuing Studies Class, as well as a Community Elder and Leader. She is a past President Of The Board Of Directors of the NYRP and continues as a Board Member.

Location: Shetler Studios 244 West 54th St 12 fl (Bet B'way & 8th Ave) New York

Date: Friday, January 17th 7:00 P.M.

For additional information about the presentation please feel free to contact Gay Danna at [masked]

Registration is requested but not required, prior to the presentation so we can make plans for room size. RSVP to Art Bloom [masked]

Participants are encouraged to arrive early.

This Presentation Is Free Of Charge

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  • Lisa K.

    I enjoyed the participants and the subject matter and was most pleased by the participation of the octogenarian therapist, Adrian? who brought depth, breadth and feeling to the discussion.

    January 18, 2014

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