Philadelphia Summer Institute 2019

The Philadelphia summer region will be holding its Summer Institute, which is a series of workshops, from Thursday, July 18th through Wednesday, July 24th, 2019.  It will be held at Pendle Hill, a Quaker Retreat Center, near Philadelphia, PA.   It would make a great summer retreat, as the center sits in 24-acre of grounds with a mile long woodchip trail, ponds, and 140 species of trees and flowering shrubs.  To get more information on the Philadelphia Summer Institute, please click here.

The Currency of Freedom workshop will explore the common split of money and soulful living.  You will have the time to deeply delve into your fundamental beliefs, attitudes and behaviors around money, an essential aspect of daily life. It is being led by Brian O’Donnell, a trusted Pathwork Helper and Teacher who has presented in our region.  Please click here for more information.

Kim Rosen, a California Pathwork Helper and Teacher, will conduct Death’s Doorway:  Dying into Life, Living into Death, which explores all that emerges a we turn towards our own death, the deaths of loved ones, and the “everyday opportunities to die” that abound in a life fully lived.  Kim weaves ritual, poetry, movement, writing, breathwork, silence and deep sharing into her work, creating a unique spiritual experience.  Please click here for details.

Updated information and details can be found at the Philadelphia Pathwork website here.

2018-2019 First Wednesdays Lecture Series: From Division to Inclusion

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Location: Friends Meeting House, 4836 Ellsworth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (come early and mingle)

These two-hour lectures are introduced by Sue Van Doeren and given by various Pathwork Teachers. Admission is free and all are welcome. Come early to mingle and enjoy treats graciously provided by Tazza D’Oro.

This year’s lectures are focused on the theme: From Division to Inclusion. As we experience the pain of a nation that today is as divided as ever, Pathwork principles call us to look inward for solutions. We ask ourselves: what are we doing and how are we being individually that fosters division – and how can we mature spiritually to bring about greater inclusion?

We recommend you read the lectures prior to attending to get the most from the lecture, but this is not necessary.  To read all the details, click here.