Online A Course in Miracles Class with Yasuko Kasaki
August 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Organized by: CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
Register & Pay here:
After paying, we will manually register you for the Zoom class and send you the meeting link.
Each class contains some lecture from the ACIM Textbook, some discussion and Q&A, and typically a meditation, creative visualization and/or spiritual reading practice in order to experience mind change.
Our primary goal in these classes is for each student to learn to listen to the guidance of Holy Spirit and live his/her life with certainty and peace. Slowly, you will re-train your eyes to see the world around you without judgment. You will learn to communicate with your holy spirit.
You can find the text online here (http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/A_Course_in_Miracles), among other places.
Students of all experience levels and backgrounds are welcome!
Yasuko Kasaki is an internationally beloved spiritual writer, counselor, healer, lecturer and translator from Tokyo. She is widely recognized as the person most responsible for the spread of A Course in Miracles throughout Japan. In 2004 she founded CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing), the first and only spiritual center devoted to the teaching and practice of A Course in Miracles in New York City. She has taught and worked with thousands of people from around the world to help resolve their mental and physical issues and witness miracles. She presents at the CMC’s annual ACIM Conferences in the U.S., and several times a year she gives large seminars throughout Japan. She has also been presented internationally at ACIM conferences and workshops in the U.K., Spain, Germany, and Israel.
Yasuko is the author of The Scales Fell from My Eyes: An Illustrated Course in Miracles and 17 books in Japanese about the Course, as well as numerous novels, short stories, essays and collections of photographs. Her translations of the ACIM Workbook and of books by Course teachers Jon Mundy, Gabrielle Bernstein and David Hoffmeister have also been published in Japan. Yasuko’s spiritual writing and lectures are celebrated for their clearly stated explanations of complex concepts illustrated by captivating personal stories of struggle and triumph, drawn from her long career as a writer, motorcyclist, and spiritual counselor. Meditation and communication with Holy Spirit form the foundation of her practice.
You can listen to a sampling of Yasuko’s recent guided meditations here: