The Spiritual Meaning of Crisis
Pathwork Open Lecture Series
January 20th, 2021
Wednesday evening ~ 7:00-8:30 p.m.
The Pathwork Guide Lectures have much to offer regarding why crisis happens, and how best to embrace crisis as a path of growth.
Lecture #183 The Spiritual Meaning of Crisis cuts to the heart of these teachings. Crisis happens when we’ve blocked the natural flow of change that needs to occur to allow us - in our personal lives and in our collective experience - to move with the process of evolving consciousness.
This lecture addresses the nature of the negative and positive energy currents; how to be truly open to change and confront our basic misconceptions about the nature of change.
Start 2021 with spiritual support to live into the change this year will inevitably bring. Our 2021 Pathwork Open Lectures Series is offered in support of the current world crisis, due to the on-going upheaval of Covid-19.
As much as the pandemic brings challenges, it also offers, as crisis always does, an opportunity for exponential growth and transformation.
Join us Wednesday January 20th at 7 pm by Zoom the evening will include a short lecture teaching, meditation, a reflective exercise and group sharing.
This event is a free will offering, but donations to our Bursary Fund are gratefully accepted.
The Bursary Fund supports people experiencing financial hardship to participate our events.
To register and receive your zoom invite email: jill Chitra firstname.lastname@example.org
Madeline combines her experience as a gifted teacher and facilitator with her exquisite sensitivity to guide us into unlocking pleasure. In her gentle way she helps us to make friends with our bodies, softening the places where we feel resistance, shame and pain and learn how to tune into the myriad sensations of pleasure. She embodies her teaching and the expression of her own pleasure is contagious. Madeline creates a safe space to (re)discover that we are wired for pleasure and can overcome the negative conditioning of fear, trauma, and messages of “not good enough”.