News and Events from the Seattle Metaphysical Library
May 15, 2009
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EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)
with Dena Przybyla , EFT-ADV
BENEFITS GROUP TAPPING
NEXT MEETINGS: Saturday, May 16, May 30
(And Approx. Every Other Saturday)
Where: At the Library
Time: 10:30 am until 12:30 pm
We'll start with some Energy Medicine balancing exercises, then tap together using Borrowing Benefits for individual concerns while the whole group taps along. Get rapid relief from negative emotions in an energized group setting. "Borrowing Benefits" means you can tune in to your own issue privately and get relief, i.e. "borrow benefits" from someone else's tapping, even if it is a totally unrelated issue. Interestingly, each group always seems to draw together people with similar concerns. We can tap on just about anything including more expansive concepts such as strengthening our Intuition and living in states of Love, Peace and Gratitude as much as possible... Join us for a powerful experience! Beginners welcome -- you'll be taught the basic tapping points and be able to join right in. A more in-depth Introductory class will be offered in the coming weeks for those who want to pursue further study. Join the Library's mailing list to receive updates.
Note: EFT, while effective, gentle and safe, is still considered an experimental healing modality. By attending this or any other class offered here you agree to take full responsibility for your own well being and hold harmless Dena Przybyla , Gary Craig and the Seattle Metaphysical Library. When in doubt, consult your health care provider before using EFT or any alternative healing method.
Friday, June 5 7 pm
At the Library
2220 NW Market St, Lower Level
Dr. James H. Young, a former university president now living in NW Arkansas, is an award-winning spiritual writer and poet and a widely collected documentary/fine art photographer. Young is a ministerial graduate of the Pecos Benedictine Monastery’s ecumenical school for spiritual directors and a metaphysician who invokes the reframing of spiritual perspective and perception in his life’s work. A cofounder of the Arkansas Metaphysical Society, he is an ardent student of spirituality, and the Interim Minister for the Creation Life Church of New Thought in Hot Springs, AR. Young is an inspirational teacher who takes participants to the threshold of their own Truth. For other books and offerings by Jim Young, visit: www.creationspirit.net.
HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN?
Five Powerful Principles for Living Spiritually.
There are many who are now engaging spirituality as a path of good for them. Religion hasn’t resonated as the path upon which they are to tread as their life’s purpose. So they’re looking elsewhere.
HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN? is precisely for this seeker; it speaks to the elements that have influenced us in significant ways, and makes a compelling case for a principled way of looking at life, a way which opens the Doors of Truth found within each of us
The case for emergency climate action now
We’re fast losing our Livable Planet. We need a new vision to guide us to sustainability.
Let the alarming news from around the world spur you to action. Hear and consider a 26-point Climate Manifesto aimed at restructuring our economy and culture. In the face of our unfolding climate disaster, we choose activism
Presentation by Duff Badgley, founder of One Earth Climate Action group. Badgley was the 2008 gubernatorial candidate for the Green Party of Washington State. His Climate Manifesto has been distributed to millions of Washington residents.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 7:00 PM
Seattle Metaphysical Library
Clairvoyant, healer, adept of an ancient system of shamanistic Qabalism, and master of a once-secret Chinese regenerative technique called Hsin Tao; Ratziel Bander will discuss his latest DVD and book, The Miracle of Hsin Tao. Ratziel used Hsin Tao to recover from a disabling post-polio syndrome. He began to teach the technique in 2001, bringing many people to better health, a calmer mind, a stronger spirit with an ease unknown in the western world. He has an enormous insight into the hidden depths of life and a profound understanding of God and the divinity within all beings.
Movement and breath in meditation—the path to inner silence. HSIN TAO is an extremely powerful self-healing and regenerative technique practiced secretly inside the Shaolin Monastery of China until the Cultural Revolution.
These simple exercises are as gentle as they are effective in rejuvenating body, mind and spirit. Easier to learn and practice than conventional types of yoga, this method calms, revitalizes, and realigns the practitioner at a very deep level.
HSIN TAO requires no endurance or strength. The most immediate effect people experience is an immense stillness and inner peace.
• Tone and strengthen entire body • Inspire positive attitude
• Balance the emotions • Boost brain function
• Realign spine & posture • Relieve anxiety
• Increase flexibility • Enhance sexual function
• Encourage homeostasis
June 27, 2009
Ratziel Bander ~ www.hsintao.com
sponsored by Body-Psychotherapy of Seattle
(206) 910-9766 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hsin Tao can be practiced easily at home, in the office, or in any quiet space without the need for special equipment, clothing, or instructors