Pittsburgh Pathwork Workshop – 9/30 to 10/1 with Renee Whatley

Feelings are the gateway

Pittsburgh Pathwork is excited to offer: Feelings: A Gateway to God

A Saturday evening, (9/30), all-day Sunday (10/1) workshop

Facilitated by Renee Whatley, Pathwork Helper

We issue a special invitation to newcomers. Everyone is welcome!

During the weekend we will work together to uncover the importance of our feelings, why we avoid them and new ways of being with them. The workshop will include Pathwork teachings based on lecture #190, exercises, movement and Pathwork process work.

Participants should read lecture #190 Importance of Experiencing All Feelings prior to the workshop.

Click HERE to download the lecture.

Dates and Times
Saturday, Sept. 30:  7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 1:  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Cost: $115.00

Register early. Space is limited.

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This workshop is currently full. Click below if you’d like to be on the waiting list. No deposit is required at this time to be on the waiting list.

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Experience a new consciousness!

When:   Saturday, April 21, 2018 – 10:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where:  First United Methodist Church 5401 Centre Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Cost:     Donations Appreciated. Funds support scholarships to make our work more available in the region.

Registration Requested!  Please click here to register so we can plan accordingly

Pittsburgh Pathwork, an organization dedicated to personal transformational work, invites you to celebrate meditation as a potent way to experience consciousness! Whether you are a beginner or experienced meditator, come to start or expand your practice with nine different teachers! Select from three different meditations per session to create your own unique experience. Each meditation session includes a teaching, one or two guided meditations, and time for reflection and sharing.

Click here to see when each of the meditations is scheduled so you can plan your own individual experience!  Following is a description of each:

Three Chair Meditation An active meditation to learn how to express the thoughts one observes in the mind during Mindful Meditation, bring listening and corrective wisdom to those thoughts in need of transformation, and ask the Divine for help.

Meditation to Address an Issue for Healing An active meditation used to confront a disharmony or issue within by working compassionately with yourself.

Krishna Das Call and Response Chanting Chanting with music is a spiritual experience. Experience the energy of the singing and drumming as it melts into your soul.

Qi Gong Meditation Learn a gentle movement meditation from Qi Gong, known to enhance the flow of one’s vital energy in support of health and well-being.

Hathor Sound Meditation Listen to an intergalactic group of beings transmitting sounds through channel Tom Kenyon, while meditating for transformation of consciousness and healing for our planet.

The Recalcitrant Meditator A meditation for those who struggle to get into meditating, can’t count to three without one’s mind drifting off, or just can’t get excited about a regular meditation practice.

Peaceful Abiding Known as mindfulness or peaceful abiding, Shambhala meditation calms the mind, opens awareness and welcomes all of who we are.

Creating the Life You Want Clarify what you truly want in your life, and find out what stands in your way to have that desire become reality.

Movement Meditation The energy of our thoughts and feelings live in our bodies as well as our minds. This is an opportunity to connect with ourselves by connecting with our bodies through movement.

Questions? Email meditation@pittsburghpathwork.org or call Pam Grove at 412-726-4103.  Parking is available in the church lot.

Lecture Study Opportunities: May-June 2017!

Dozens of new lectures in the next two months

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We are thrilled to announce that our students in training to become Pathwork Teachers will be doing their internship by teaching the lectures throughout Pittsburgh in March, April and May.  (It was actually Sue doing her internship in Pittsburgh in 2009 that was the start of the Pittsburgh Pathwork region!) We would love for you to become an important part of their training and development – and of the expansion of Pathwork in Pittsburgh – by attending their lecture studies.

While some of these are done as a series of three, you are always welcome to attend just 1, 2 or all 3, subject to availability.

As space is limited, RSVPs are required for all lectures.

All lectures are offered at no charge.

2016-2017 First Wednesday Lecture Series: Let It Begin with Me

Pittsburgh Pathwork Lecture

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)

Pittsburgh Pathwork’s First Transformation Program Graduation

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)

VENUE:
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)

PARKING:
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.

Join Us for First Wednesday – Nov. 4, 2015

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Please join us for First Wednesday, November 4 at 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Friends Meeting House
4836 Ellsworth Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa  15213,

This month we will be studying lecture #17 The Call-Daily Review which can be found online under Pathwork.org here.

The Daily Review is a daily spiritual practice to reflect upon one’s reactions to certain events from the day so that you can uncover where your reaction and actions go against spiritual law.  It is a way of pulling off masks and stopping pretense so that we can come closer to our real selves, which is the aim of the path.

Homework is not necessary to receive a lot from the evening, but your receptivity and consciousness will be heightened if you read the lecture beforehand and do the following pre-work.

Look into your life, take one of your faults and write about how you see that it hinders the manifestation of the love that is hidden within you.  In other words: How does this fault block the flow of your love?  See it, name it, feel the impact of it on your life.  If you discover judgment about this fault, release the judgment and find the sadness that is there instead.

All are welcome.  Come early and socialize and enjoy coffee and treats from Tazza D’Oro.

Pathwork is a body of practical spiritual wisdom that is a voyage of discovery to the Real Self through the layers of defense, denial and fear. Pittsburgh Pathwork is a non-profit organization dedicated to making this wisdom available in the region. All are welcome to participate in our free First Wednesday lectures. Contact us for more information.

Don’t Fence Me In! But Who Built the Fence?!

Fences Pathwork WorkshopA 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.

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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.
Cost: $125.00
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)

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Scholarships available based on demonstrated financial need and consultation with the Spiritual Director.