ACIM-Based Guided Meditation

ACIM-Based Guided Meditation
ACIM-Based Guided Meditation
Public group

CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)

123 4th Ave, 2nd FL (between 12th & 13th streets) · New York, NY

How to find us

above Think Coffee (look for the brown door to the right/south of Think and ring the bottom buzzer)

Location image of event venue


30' Meditations Guided by Yasuko Kasaki
Inspired by A Course in Miracles
(guided by Chris and Makiko in March, July & November)

Tuesdays from 6:30 – 7 pm

Please join us in the sharing of miracles. Here, your mind can come to rest and you can remember true peace. No experience with meditation is required, and everyone is welcome. We ask only that you make it your intention to sit still, quiet in body and mind, and to listen to; receive and follow my instruction to the best of your ability. You will learn to meditate as you practice. Please arrive for Meditation before 6:30 pm as we don't allow latecomers to enter.

Following the meditation, we offer a spiritual healing clinic for 7 – 7:40 pm (suggested donation $20). Here you can continue meditating and a healer will join you for 10 – 15 minutes to witness your perfect shining spirit and receive and share guidance about how your spirit would like to express itself in your current situation.

We at CRS are dedicated teachers and students of A Course in Miracles (ACIM) who are waiting to share miracles with you through our ACIM Healing. We ask the Holy Spirit to bring us directly to whatever seed thought is causing your current issues and we share forgiveness and bear witness to the miracles that are happening in your life. Each week I will share with you a different inspirational message from Holy Spirit. This may take the form of creative visualization exercises, or instruction about the nature and purpose of meditation, or about our true nature and relationship to ourselves, to one another, and to the world. In a sense, this is both a meditation practice and a meditation class.

Some students have been coming regularly for a number of years. Others drop in and out as they have time or need. Some come to learn and grow, others more so simply to calm down, to take time out from the frenetic pace of their busy lives. If you are new and feeling uncertain or shaky, do not hesitate to introduce yourself to some of the other students, to ask questions before or after. Try to observe and emulate the stillness and concentration of others around you whom you sense are most grounded. Soon, you, in turn, may provide inspiration and guidance for others.

While the principles are based on ACIM, it does not matter if you are unfamiliar with ACIM or are not prepared to study it outside of this meditation. You can still take from this practice some very practical, effective lessons, tools, and experiences that can enable you to lead a more peaceful, purposeful, fulfilling and loving life.


Yasuko Kasaki,
CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
123 4th Ave, 2nd FL (between 12th & 13th streets, above Think Coffee)
New York, NY[masked]