A Manhattan- and Tokyo-based organization founded by the Japanese writer Yasuko Kasaki in 2004, CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) offers spiritual counseling, healing, and mind training and also develops and presents arts and cultural programming.
The CRS mission is rooted in the non-dualistic teachings of A Course in Miracles (ACIM), which reminds us that we are limitless spiritual beings and encourages us to remember our true nature by committing to a practice of deep, non-judgmental inquiry.
CRS serves as a spiritual and creative laboratory, providing a diverse and international community of artists and healers across disciplines with opportunities to experiment and share their unique inner visions in order to illuminate what is true and universal.
Next A Course in Miracles Events
Upcoming Deep Listening Events
CRS invites you to the next program of its Paradise Laboratory experimental music series, this time with music by Cheryl Pyle (flutes), Rema Hasumi (synthesizer), and Yuko Togami (drums) inside the cocoon-like White Room at CRS.
M3 Festival YouTube Playlist
Wednesdays at Noon Music Video Series
CRS Presents Li-Chin Li & Jeonghyeon Joo — Duet Improvisation — June 25, 2023
Wednesdays at Noon 28 — Paradise Laboratory with gamin & Jungwoon Kim 2
Wednesdays at Noon 27 — Paradise Laboratory with gamin & Jungwoon Kim 1
Wednesdays at Noon 26: Bolero
Wednesdays at Noon 25: Oud Taksim Huzzam by Tomchess
Wednesdays at Noon 24: Paradise Laboratory 5 with gamin and Galen Passen — Part 3
Wednesdays at Noon 23: This Is Not Me 이것은 내가 아니다
Wednesdays at Noon 22: Sarve Kharaman (Graceful Cyprus)
Wednesdays at Noon 21: Paradise Laboratory 5 with gamin and Galen Passen — Part 2
CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
123 4th Ave 3rd FL (between 12th & 13th streets, above Think Coffee)
New York, NY 10003
If you attend a concert or public lecture/event at CRS, you consent to be photographed, videotaped, or otherwise recorded during the performance by CRS staff or other authorized individuals. Non-commercial photography/videography by patrons is allowed without flash, unless an announcement to the contrary is made prior to the performance.
CRS is a signatory to the We Have Voice Collective’s Code of Conduct for Safe(r) Workplaces in the Performing Arts. This code promotes zero tolerance for harassment of any kind, including but not limited to sexual harassment and bullying. The commitments and definitions within the Code of Conduct promote the creation and strengthening of safe(r) spaces that uphold the equitable treatment of all people regardless of their various identities and positionalities, including gender identity, race, age, ability, ethnicity, culture, immigration status, sexual orientation and identity, class position and economic background, and religious belief and affiliation. Read the full code at too-many.org.