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.
There is a home deep inside, largely unknown to us because it is buried under thick walls of negativity developed early in life. This is the universal human condition. Pathwork teachings, when practiced, give us a path through the negativity to our true selves – an opportunity to “come home” to that essential part of ourselves where peace, pleasure, fulfillment, satisfaction and connection with Source live. Join us as we explore (or re-explore) essential Pathwork concepts such as:
- how our need to keep up an “I’ve got it all together” façade keeps us from experiencing our own true selves;
- how we still react out of early childhood wounds, and how to break free of that reaction;
- how to shift areas in our lives where we dislike and criticize ourselves, and feel unable to change;
- how to move through upsets (emotional reactions) more powerfully and more quickly; and more.
Who Should Attend: Pathworkers, your guests, and anyone interested in further personal development
Date: March 21, 2015 (refreshments will be served!)
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (please arrive between 6:30 and 6:45 p.m.)
Location: Friends Meeting House at 4836 Ellsworth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
RSVP: While not required, your RSVP is useful to us. If possible, please RSVP by sending an email to email@example.com. Simply put the number of guests in your party in the subject line. Walk-ins are welcome!
Cost: Your donation helps offset the cost of the rent and materials, and to support ongoing Pittsburgh Pathwork programs.
Optional Pre-Work: If you choose, exploring the following questions prior to the event is a great way to deepen what’s possible for you during the event.
- List any areas where you don’t feel connected with yourself or others.
- List one or more things you would really love to get from attending the event.
Join us for the first Pittsburgh Pathwork Multicultural Holiday Party!
On December 3, 2014 at the Friends Meeting House
First Wednesday lecture will be from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Holiday Party from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
International snacks and beverages
Learn about different holiday traditions around the world
Best of all, hobnob with the hoi polloi on the transformational path!
All are welcome!
Modest donations (a dollar or two or more!) are welcome to cover the cost of the space (and entirely optional!)
Pathwork is about connecting to yourself, others and the universe. This sweet and short video shows how one person used some old school (off line) technology to make a connection to 1000 strangers.
Directions to the Pathwork Picnic
Our shelter, the Flagstaff Shelter, is just past a little restaurant called Tomato Pie, located at 885 E. Ingomar Road, Wexford, PA 15090. Click here for directions. The shelter is just a few minutes from there.
- From the Tomato Pie parking lot, turn left onto East Ingomar
- Immediate left onto Kummer Road
- Immediate right onto Lake Shore Drive
- Immediate left onto Walter Road
- Pass Parish Hill building on the left, go around a sharp curve in the road and turn right into the parking lot – just across from St Paul Lutheran Church.
An Afternoon of Food, Music, Fun and Community
Pathwork Picnic in North Park
September 14, 2014
2:30 to 6:30 p.m.
At the Flagstaff Shelter (directions to follow)
Bring your family and friends … it’s free!
- Live Music by Our Own Trudy Holler
- Puppet Show by Scott Hall (Judy Kuechenmeister’s husband)
- Make Your Own Caramel Apples
You are welcome to bring a dish to share (but you don’t have to). Our shelter has electricity for crock pots. We will also have an alcohol permit, if you would like to bring beer or wine.
We are serving vegetable, chicken and beef kabobs, soft drinks and water.
- Your RSVP will help with our planning. Just reply to this email and let us know if you would prefer vegetable, chicken or beef kababs (or a combination)
- If you plan to bring a dish, let us know if it’s vegetable, protein or dessert
This is a wonderful opportunity for each of us to expand our experience of community. It won’t be the same if you’re not there!
The Picnic Committee
(Barb, Julie, Darla, Dinnie & Kim)