ALL COMMUNITY CIRCLES AND CLASSES ARE HELD AT 4140 BROADWAY AT 175TH STREET IN NYC. PLEASE CONTACT REV. TILLEY AT 212-568-6700 X226 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND ANY OF THE SESSIONS BELOW.
A Course In Miracles (full year- currently in recess and will resume on June 7)
Tuesdays from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m
Annette Eikerenkoetter, Instructor
Free, but donations are appreciated
Course Description and Objective: A Course in Miracles is a unique, universal, self-study spiritual thought system that teaches that the way to love, inner peace, miracles – or remembering God—is by undoing guilt through forgiveness.
The Workbook for Students consists of 365 lessons, an exercise for each day of the year. A Course in Miracles was “scribed” by Dr. Helen Schucman through a process of inner dictation she identified as coming from Jesus. A clinical and research psychologist and tenured Associate Professor of Medical Psychology, she was assisted by Dr. William Thetford, her department head, who was also a tenured Medical Psychology at the Medical Center where they both worked. Community Circles and Classes UPHI brings you this course as a one-year training program. This training program begins the process of changing the student’s mind and perception so that the student can come to know that all-encompassing love has now opposite, and the blocks to this awareness (fear) be removed. This course of study is not intended to bring one’s learning to completion. Even though the language of the course is that of traditional Christianity, it is a universal spiritual teaching, such as the Science of Living, and not a religion.
Textbook: A Course in Miracles, 3rd ed., includes: Text, Workbook, the Manual for Teachers and the two supplements: Song of Prayer and Psychotherapy.
Prosperity: The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity
April 7-June 2, 2016
Thursdays from 06:30pm - 08:30pm
Cicely Bland, Instructor
Suggested Supporting Texts:
Money Blessings: Powerful Affirmations for Attracting Prosperity by Cicely Bland
The Holy Bible
Notebook or Journal
Introduction to Zen: Do Not Squander Your Life!
Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei
Course Description and Objective: Ever feel like you’re in some way just going through the motions of your one precious life? Join Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei, in this series of workshops exploring the essence of Zen. Known as a joyful yet serious and direct teacher, Myotai Sensei will open this new series at UPHI for those new to Zen as well her long-time students. Sensei: "Zen is not about tips, tools and strategies: it is about realizing directly and intimately who we are and the nature of things. And living our lives out of that realization. It is a reflective and meditative practice that brings us back to a vital, centered life that has real integrity. That’s why it’s relevant, and why it doesn’t contradict any belief system. It will, however, require dropping whatever baggage we’re carrying, masks we’re wearing, and committing ourselves. About time, don’t you think?"
Workshops are held Saturdays, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Donations of $10-$50 requested from those able to make an offering to help support the teachings and provide possibilities for those who cannot otherwise attend. Please call to register, 212-568-6700 ext. 226.
Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei founded the Hermitage Heart and the Bodies of Water Society. Sensei was for almost two decades Vice-Abbess of Zen Mountain Monastery, one of the largest Zen monasteries the West. She also established the Zen Center of New York City, and served as its first Abbess. Over the years she has led over 500 retreats, conferences, and workshops and is particularly known for her work in women's spirituality, poetry (Snapshot Poetics, with Allen Ginsberg; Writer's Island) interfaith work and environmental advocacy. Sensei's teaching now focuses on water and personal (hermitage -style) meditation practices that foster resilience and clarity. She has advanced degrees in literature and hydromechanics. Her most recent published works include Zen Moon: A Season of Zen Teachings (Hermitage Heart Publications), and a chapter in Hidden Lamp: Stories from 25 Centuries of Awakened Women (Wisdom Publications).