May Pathwork Lecture Study and Potluck Dinner

"The moment you exchange the wrong shame for the right, I can promise you that in the measure this change takes place, you must develop true and justified self-respect long before the faults in you have disappeared. You do not have to be perfect in order to respect yourself. All you have to do is to adopt a realistic and constructive attitude toward your imperfections." PL 31, Shame.

Join Lisa Boyles and Malcolm Hunter for this month's Pathwork Lecture Study/Potluck Dinner at Ellwood Thompson's Community Room as we explore Lecture 31: Shame. No prior Pathwork experience is necessary, and it is not required that you read the Lecture ahead of time, but you will get more out of the evening if you do. You may download the Lecture for free at Stay afterwards for some great fellowship and a potluck dinner! If you will be staying for dinner, please bring a dish to share or purchase something from Ellwood Thompson's.

We look forward to sharing the evening with you! There is a suggested $10-20 donation for this event to cover rental fees, but please come regardless of whether you are able to contribute! And please RSVP so that we can plan accordingly.


Lisa and Malcolm

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I will most likely bring my husband!

    May 14, 2013

  • Megan C.

    May bring one person.

    May 6, 2013

  • Vicki O.

    Look forward to seeing everyone again!

    May 5, 2013

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