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Meditation, Spiritual Healing, and Brain Activity Feedback

July 23 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Free
Healing Clinic with Yasuko Kasaki and Hyo Jee Kang

Finally, we are able to welcome you back in person for guided meditation and spiritual healing with CRS founder Yasuko Kasaki and CRS healers! And we have a special guest with us this time, visiting artist-in-residence Hyo Jee Kang of South Korea, who has been conducting research into the effects of creativity and meditation on brain activity.

Space is limited. To RSVP, please email Etsuko at etsuko@crsny.org. She will let you know if there is still space.

Bring any issue you are facing right now — physically, emotionally, mentally, and/or spiritually. With eyes closed (you will be seated and a healer will stand nearby; no touching is involved), a CRS healer, trained in A Course in Miracles and spiritual reading/healing, will observe you with her inner sight, free of any judgments, as your truly are, a perfect shining spirit. Together, we will ask the Holy Spirit (or Inner Guide if you prefer) to bring us directly to whatever seed thought is causing your current issues and ask for guidance about how your spirit really wants to make use of your present situation for its growth and sharing of love. After about 5 – 10 minutes of meditation, we will share the inspirational guidance that we receive.

Hyo Jee — a Seoul-based concert pianist, composer, and conceptual artist whose concert LOOKING-MIND we will present the following day, July 24 at 7pm at Greenwich House Music School — will be demonstrating a piece of technology called the NIRSIT Lite — a portable fNIRS device developed by Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST) Professor Hyunmin Bae and produced by OBE Lab — that measures the activation level of hemoglobin in the prefrontal cortex of the brain. The measured brain activity is graphically presented in real time via video projection. You will have the opportunity to see a visual presentation of brain activity before and after meditation and healing!

Hyo Jee will also give a brief explanation of how the technology works and what they have learned so far. However, for the most part, we will share healing quietly and provide you with an opportunity to come to rest, reflect, and remember who you truly are, in a supportive, non-judgmental, meditative environment. You can learn more about Hyo Jee Kang here.

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We’d like to offer you an opportunity to experience stillness of mind and peace so that you can return to harmony with your true nature and purpose. Then you will find that rather than needing “solutions” to “problems” you will realize that you have no problems except those that you project.

We call this spiritual healing but it is not religious nor connected with any church or group. It is simply a practice of meditating together on our true nature and connecting with universal spirit/energy or what you will.

A Note About the Role of Words in Healing: “Strictly speaking, words play no part at all in healing. The motivating factor is prayer, or asking. What you ask for you receive. But this refers to the prayer of the heart, not to the words you use in praying. Sometimes the words and the prayer are contradictory; sometimes they agree. It does not matter. God does not understand words, for they were made by separated minds to keep them in the illusion of separation. Words can be helpful, particularly for the beginner, in helping concentration and facilitating the exclusion, or at least the control, of extraneous thoughts. Let us not forget, however, that words are but symbols of symbols. They are thus twice removed from reality….” — A Course in Miracles Manual for Teachers, Section 21

“Since only the mind can be sick, only the mind can be healed. Only the mind is in need of healing.” —”PSYCHOTHERAPY: Purpose, Process and Practice,”Supplements to A Course in Miracles [/expand]

Details

Date:
July 23
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Cost:
Free
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CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
Phone:
212-677-8621
Email:
info@crsny.org
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Venue

CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
123 4th Ave FL3
New York, NY 10003 United States
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212-677-8621
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