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A Course in Miracles Inspired Meditation & Concert with Yasuko Kasaki and Yoko Cano Matsushita
September 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT$20
We are thrilled to welcome you back to the award-winning White Room at CRS for an intimate gathering led by CRS Founder Yasuko Kasaki and her ACIM student, the artist and songwriting teacher Yoko Cano Matsushita, who will be visiting us from Mexico! Yasuko will lead us in meditation and then Yoko will perform a set of her songs and share some of her spiritual life lessons. There will be time at the end for discussion and socializing!
Yoko has been studying piano since a young age.
After earning her master’s degree in music, she performed and taught in NY state, NYC, and Long Island for 10 years. Now she is teaching music specializing in songwriting in Mexico.
Music had always been her dilemma since she had bad memories of being forced to practice piano by her mother and being confused if she was living her life or her mother’s dream.
Her passion is to find who she truly is and see truth in others, encouraging the light to shine in herself and the others.
At this concert, she wants to integrate her passion and the music.
She will take you to a journey of her own life experiences (such as conflict, joy, dilemma,happiness, etc… ) using her own voice.
She hopes that the vibration of her voice to reach you to bring healing, joy and hope.
About Yasuko Kasaki
Yasuko Kasaki is an internationally beloved spiritual writer, counselor, healer, lecturer and translator from Tokyo, Japan. The founder of CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing), the first and only spiritual center devoted to the teaching and practice of A Course in Miracles (ACIM) in New York City, she is widely recognized as the person most responsible for the spread of A Course in Miracles throughout Japan.
She is the author of 15 of books in Japanese about A Course in Miracles, as well as numerous novels, short stories, essays and collections of photographs. Her translations of the ACIM Workbook and books by ACIM writers Jon Mundy, Gabrielle Bernstein and David Hoffmeister and works by poet Maya Angelou and others have also been published in Japan. She is currently translating Mari Perron’s A Course of Love and the ACIM Original Edition into Japanese for publisher Natural Spirit, Inc.
At the behest of friends and classmates, she began offering spiritual counseling, reading, instruction and healing to individuals and groups in 1999. In 2004 she founded CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) where she offers spiritual counseling and weekly classes in ACIM, A Course of Love and meditation and hosts visiting healers and seminar teachers from around the world. She has now taught and worked with thousands of people from around the world to help resolve their mental and physical issues.
CRS is located on the 3rd floor of a walk-up building above Think Coffee, between 12th & 13th streets, one block east of The Strand Bookstore. There is no elevator or wheelchair access.
NEAREST SUBWAY STATIONS:
4/5/6, N/R/Q, L trains to 14th St / Union Square