LET IT FLOW: ABUNDANCE, CREATIVITY AND PLEASURE
Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30
Facilitated by Renee Whatley
Based on Lecture #155: Fear of Self-Giving and Receiving. In this workshop we will:
- Let go of beliefs and misconceptions that limit our access to abundance, creativity and pleasure; and,
- Experiment with “new ways of being” that open the doors to greater creativity and pleasure in our lives.
#155 Lecture Quotes:
To the degree you let go and give up a self-centered, selfish, self-pitying or self-destructive attitude, fear of self automatically decreases . . . The creative powers begin to function . . . the intense pleasure of following the natural movement will fill your being.
As long as you fail to let go of the self-imposed restrictions, you not only make giving impossible, you make receiving equally impossible.
Your refusal to let go of the negativity and the refusal to give of yourself makes you unable to receive pleasure, delight, happiness – often even material success.
DATES AND TIMES:
Friday, June 28, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday, June 29, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM and
Sunday, June 30, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
534 Miltenberger Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT:
Click here to register. Payment of $325 is due in full at registration. Deadline for registration and payment is Friday, June 7th. Tuition is not refundable after the deadline date. Make check to: Pittsburgh Pathwork and mail to:
1194 Saint Vincent Drive
Monroeville, PA 15146
Please make a note that both our May and June First Wednesday events will be held at Rodef Shalom which is located at 4905 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 in Oakland. Click here to see a map and get directions.
You will find that there is plenty of parking in the rear of the building. From the parking lot, enter the rear of the building at the door on the right side. Go up the stairs and register at the front desk at the top. A Pathwork member will then direct you to our meeting room.
As ever, there will be coffee, tea and treats from Tazza D’oro, so please come to mingle before hand, and bring a friend who may resonate with our work.
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.
A Friday evening, all day Saturday and Sunday Workshop
The aim and practice of the Pathwork is to savor life. To fully savor life, we need to meet it as it is experienced in the moment, in an undefended way. This means that in that moment, we have access to a full range of feelings in response to the pleasant and unpleasant situations that life delivers. Our feelings are the portal to our deeper True Self.
Most of us experience fear or other unwanted feelings of pain, rage, fear, loneliness or despair, and so we block this organic movement of the feeling body. This blocking not only limits our capacity to be fulfilled, but also attracts stronger and stronger doses of what we have denied and avoided.
Brian O’Donnell is one of the most in-demand Pathwork Helpers in the world. He resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan and regularly leads Pathwork workshops and advanced trainings all over the globe.
Click here to see the flyer with complete details. Click here to register. Note, while this workshop is currently full, you can register to get on the wait list.
Location: Friends Meeting House, 4836 Ellsworth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (come early and mingle)
These free, two-hour lectures are led by Sue Van Doeren. Admission is free and all are welcome. You do not need to RSVP. We recommend you read the lectures prior to attending, but this is not at all necessary, just beneficial. Lectures can be downloaded from www.Pathwork.org.
Series Title: Let It Begin with Me
Changing the world starts with changing yourself. This series is about working through your own material so that you can be the change you want to see in the world. In various lectures, we will practice strategies to bring your real-self forward.
Oct. 5, 2016: Special Guest Lecture with Carolyn Tilove! #201 Demagnetizing Negative Force Fields (access/download lecture)
Nov. 2, 2016: #242 Spiritual Meaning of Political Systems (access/download lecture)
Dec. 7, 2016: #249 The Pain of Injustice (access/download lecture)
Jan. 4, 2017: #157 Emotional Dependency (access/download lecture)
Feb. 1, 2017: #3 Choosing your Destiny and the Will to Change (access/download lecture)
Mar. 1, 2017: #145 Responding to the Call of Life (access/download lecture)
Apr. 5, 2017: #223 The Era of the New Age (access/download lecture)
May 3, 2017: #244 Be in the World Not of the World – the Evil of Inertia (access/download lecture)
Jun. 7, 2017: #212 Claiming the Total Capacity for Greatness (access/download lecture)
DATE: Saturday, January 9, 2016
TIME: 4:00 to 6:00 PM (4:00 to 5:00 graduation followed by reception from 5:00 to 6:00)
Community House Presbyterian Church
120 Parkhurst Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15215
(Community House is located next to the Emergency Room entrance to Allegheny General Hospital on Sandusky Street)
Community House has the use of one Allegheny General Hospital parking garage for this event. From North Avenue turn onto Sandusky and take a right immediately into the garage entrance marked “Sandusky Street Garage – Authorized Vehicles Only”. There is a short walk to the church at the corner of Parkhurst and Sandusky. — There is a public parking garage at the corner of Parkhurst and Federal Street. — There is free, but time limited on-street parking. The Parking Authority does ticket, so this would be the least preferred parking option. —There is one handicapped parking place immediately in front of the church.
A One Day Pathwork Workshop
Saturday, Nov. 7 – Pittsburgh, PA
Pathwork Lecture #128 “Fences Man Puts Up Through Limited Illusory Alternatives”
Led by Philadelphia Pathwork Region Helpers Carol Day and Mary Elliott
- Where do you feel helpless in creating what you want?
- Where do you want to grow in your life?
- Where do you want to grow in your Pathwork?
- What’s next for you? How do you get there?
We will work with all this and more! Please join us in the process of taking down the illusory fences that limit our lives and enter new territory — by identifying resistances, images, vicious circles, and by connecting the dots between cause and effect, so that you can be the positive creator you actually are.
Click to download the flyer (PDF)
Who: Anyone who has participated in First Wednesdays who wishes to break through one or more areas where you feel stuck
When: Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Location: First United Methodist Church of Pittsburgh (in the Chapel), 5401 Centre Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Registration: Register by October 24, 2015 (class is limited to 20)
Scholarships available based on demonstrated financial need and consultation with the Spiritual Director.