(1) Abundance in 2012:
It’s All About Your Energy Field
Savannah will be returning to the New Hope Metaphysical Society with a new program on “Energetic Literacy,” a revolutionary way of understanding how your energy field attracts or repels prosperity.
Wednesday, April 25th, 2012 7:30-10 pm
The lecture emphasizes the steps for creating a healthy AURA which makes you automatically radiate and attract prosperity. The emphasis will be on learning how to heal your energy field, balance your chakras, and strengthen your root chakra which is your money-maker. You will also learn how to release yourself from addictions.
The program will include a lecture and a meditation/guided visualization. The gatherings are open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Admission is $10 . For more info., call: NHMS@ 215-242-0185 or Pebble Hill Church @ 215-348-3428 or e-mail: email@example.com
Pebble Hill Church
320 Edison Furlong Road
Doylestown, PA 18901
(2) This coming weekend the Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre presents its final performances of the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical OKLAHOMA! on Friday, April 20th at 8:00 pm and Saturday, April 21st at 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm at the Neshaminy High School Theatre/Auditorium, 2001 Old Lincoln Highway, Langhorne, PA 19047.
Ticket prices are $18 for the Friday performance and $20 for both Saturday performances. A special price of $15 for seniors / students is available for the matinee performance only. Ticket prices for children 14 and under are $10 for all performances. Tickets for military in uniform or with a valid active duty ID card are free for all performances.
Tickets may be purchased though any of the following methods:
by credit card on our website www. nvmt.org
online through http://www.brownpapertickets.com
at the box office (box opens 40 minutes before curtain time)
NVMT is a adult community theatre which has staged professional grade Broadway-type musicals for 56 years. Proceeds from our shows fund a scholarship program which has provided over $123,000 in grants.
(3) The Book Discussion Group is reading Angels in America Part 1 for out June meeting and some members wish to attend the Wilma Theater’s production of the play on June 9 at 2 p.m. If you are interested in getting the group discount rate of $37 per ticket, please reply to this email ASAP. I must have cash or a check for the tickets no later than April 26. My address is Michael Hennessey, 1225 Old Lincoln Hwy, Langhorne, PA. 19047. My phone number is 215-570-7872. Thanks.
(4) Princeton Center for
Yoga & Health
Just added to the schedule:
Tuesdays, 7:30 pm Kundalini Yoga with Christie
Kundalini uses exercises and breathing techniques intended to purify and cleanse the body’s energy channels. You will dive deep into the yoga of awareness to clear out stagnation, uplift old patterns and lighten the body, mind and spirit with vigor and deep guidance! Prepare to sweat and laugh! This course is for all people at all levels of life.
Hence, there is a time to go ahead and a time to stay behind.
There is a time to breathe easy and a time to breathe hard.
There is a time to be vigorous and a time to be gentle.
There is a time to gather and a time to release.
Can you see things as they are
And let them be all on their own?
Learn to mobilize your mind/body resources to work with stress, pain, and illness in new ways that can promote growth and healing.
Princeton Yoga offers 3 mindfulness programs:
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (8 week series starts 04/25), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression (8 week series starts 04/25) and Day of Mindfulness Retreat (Sunday, April 22)
This Week and Weekend
Buddhism 101 with Beth Evard
Thursday, April 19 at 7:00 pm
In Buddhism’s 2,500-year history, it has grown from a small religious community into a quiet, but powerful presence that spans the globe. We also see how state-of-the-art brain research supports the validity of this ancient wisdom. The teachings challenge us to think in new ways about the world and the ways that each of us can create a satisfying and productive human life. Donations (dana) welcome.
Dance from the Inside with Michal Ben-Reuven
Friday, April 20 at 7:30 pm
Come prepared to be silly and to have a lot of fun! Through guided and free-style movement, done to a great variety of music, incorporating various methods such as Gaga, 5 rhythms, Rio Abierto, and movement meditation, you will tap into your inherent creativity and energy, free stiff areas in your body and mind and connect to the healing qualities of relatedness.
Mastery in NLP/Hypnotherapy with Robert Burns
Saturday, April 21, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
The main techniques taught in this workshop involve chunking (peeling the onion) to discover what is really causing the discomfort your client is experiencing. This can become quite intense but extremely powerful in working with certain maladies. Also we will cover “past Life Regression” and a couple of different methods to make certain the client has results. The hows, whys, and whens of proper times to use past life regression will be covered.
Insight Meditation Open House with Beth Evard
Saturday, April 21 at 1:30 pm
Whether you are curious about meditation as a way to deal with stress and calm your mind, or you are a long term meditator who wants some fine tuning, we invite you to explore Insight Meditation. At the heart of Insight Meditation is the practice of mindfulness – a process that cultivates a clear, non-judgmental awareness of our thoughts, and actions. Donations (Dana) welcome.
Restorative Yoga with Crystal Singing Bowls and Gong
with Jeannine Dietz
Saturday, April 21 at 2:30 pm
Through relaxation techniques such as Restorative Yoga, meditation and Sound Healing with 10 Crystal Singing Bowls, 2 hand held Singing Bowls and 26 inch Gong you can trigger physiological changes that allow your body to rest, recover and release, healing itself on many levels.This practice will use blocks, blankets, bolsters, and straps to fully support the body in postures so that you may BREATHE fully and deeply. Yoga Alliance CEU eligible.
200 hr Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
with Jeannine Dietz
Saturday, April 21 at 5:00 pm
If you are interested in deepening your practice and understanding of alignment based Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga, or would like to become a Yoga teacher, join us for this free informational session. You will learn to teach from several yoga traditions. Jeannine will lead a short yoga practice, talk about the training program and answer questions. Take your next step on your journey to self discovery and life long learning!
Day of Mindfulness Retreat with Jeffrey Rutstein, Psy.D
Sunday, April 22 from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Settle into Spring with a Day of Mindfulness Retreat. This day we will engage in a variety of mindfulness practices that help deepen our connection with ourselves, our life, and the world in which we live. Cultivating presence and the ability to enter the now through guided meditation and silence, these meditation practices are similar to those used during the all-day retreat of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program.
Orchard Hill Center
88 Orchard Rd.
(5) Margaret Flowers, MD
Physicians for a National Health Program Congressional Fellow
Organizer of Occupy DC and NOW DC
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
6:45 – 9 PM
William Way Center,
1315 Spruce Street
Cost: free (donations accepted at http://www.phillyhealth.org/)
Improved access and lower costs for healthcare
A Memorial Lecture for Harold Cohen and Ann Weir
Dr. Margaret Flowers is a nationally recognized health care activist who supports single payer, national health insurance. She is one of the Baucus 8 who disrupted the Senate Finance Committee hearing during the creation of the Obama health plan because they failed to consider single payer as an option. She has spoken on PBS’s Bill Moyers Journal, Democracy NOW and numerous progressive health events. Currently, she has organized NOW DC which supports people power to create a sustainable planet and to change the corporate influence on our politics.
Harold Cohen and Ann Weir were long time members of Health Care for All Philadelphia and ardent supporters of single payer health care. They passed away in 2011.
(For information call 215-983-5531)
(6) ENERGY MEDICINE TRAINING
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY APRIL 21 & 22, 10 AM TO 5 PM
BE THE MEDICINE-REIKI 1 INTENSIVE FOR EVERYONE
A beautiful combination of Complete Reiki 1 Class, Attunements, and Certificate blended with Be The Medicine Teachings offers you the opportunity to take the experience into deep healing, understanding and use immediately. Janet StraightArrow’s 45 years of study, practice in mind/body/soul/spirit medicine from around the world, and her 16 years as a Reiki and Spiritual Energy Teacher-Healer, Medical Intuitive and Shaman brings you a deep learning experience. Perfect for people who want to live healing as a lifestyle and heal themselves, as well as for people who are ready to help others. $325 for the weekend includes a recording of the class. Call 973-647-2500 to reserve your place. Bring a friend and save $25 each. http://www.bethemedicine.com RSVP to insure your place in class.
Reiki Attunements are used to create a deep permenant healing in students and clients. I also teach and attune caregivers to help them help their family or patients and teach them how to be the healing. Self care and healing first always.
Mitote Ceremony Weekend NJ
RETREAT AT THE LAKE – TEACHINGS, PRACTICES AND MITOTE
We stay in a gorgeous turn of the century mansion with magnificent views, on the shore of Lake Hopatcong.
Break through illusions, fears and ego blocks in our deep practices and overnight dreaming work. Awaken strength, courage, wisdom and grace. Practices and teachings from StraightArrows two years with 2 Toltec Nagual Shamans in Peru, Mexico, Arizona and New Mexico in this overnight setting allows a deeper healing and opportunity to breakthrough stuck places. As a Nagual Shaman Janet moves your assemblage point enabling you to make permanent changes in your life aligned with your truth.
Everyone contributes healthy food to share. Janet is coordinating meals. $300 for the weekend workshop includes recording and follow up phone call. Deposit of $100 immediately and $200 balance due May 1. Payment for retreat house is $100 cash when you arrive.
Don Miguel Ruiz books of interest. Beyond Fear, Four Agreements, Mastery of Love. SEND YOUR DEPOSIT ASAP TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE AS IT IS LIMITED. ON PayPal purchase button of website http://www.bethemedicine.com or send Check to Be the Medicine, 18 Bank St, Morristown, NJ 07960
If you have friends who might like to join us this retreat is open.
Freedom from Fear Workshop
MAY 19, 11 am to 6 pm
BEYOND FEAR TO FREEDOM- A SPIRITUAL WARRIOR WORKSHOP MORRISTOWN NJ
With Janet StraightArrow – Shaman-Teacher-Healer. To be who you are, you must release who you are not. Fear is what holds us back at every turn. Just when we are about to make a move, interference of ego and perception and wounding sneaks in and sidetracks us. It is subtle and real and takes wisdom, knowledge and powerful awareness and tools to move through and be free. StraightArrow brings us Toltec tools and wisdom and powerful energy in simple profound ways to help us find freedom and live the truth of who we are each moment. Be ready to have fun as you challenge the illusions and consciousness of what has held you back to break free and be. http://www.mynewsletterbuilder.com/tools/refer.php?s=6086245961&u=26250957&v=3&key=cfd2&skey=94cab26a93&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bethemedicine.com 973-647-2500 JANET@BETHEMEDICINE.COM $150 Prepaid by May 9. $175 after PayPal on Website Checks to Be The Medicine, 18 Bank St, Morristown, NJ 07960
Shamanism Weekend NJ
JUNE 6- 7 SHAMANISM 101 WORKSHOP IN MORRISTOWN, NJ
With Shaman Janet StraightArrow
SHAMANS ARE MASTERS IN ENERGY MEDICINE AND HEALING ON ALL LEVELS.Shamanic Drumming, journeying and working with nature and the divine offers tools, teachings and wisdom to live a more meaningful life. This is a path of learning, healing and service. Skills developed will empower healing with others as well and open your gifts of perception and knowing, life purpose and profound healing. Meet your guides and guardians, and learn to work with them safely and in joy! Join us for the adventure.
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(7) BuxMont Coalition For Peace Action is pleased to present a concert featuring Charlie Zahm on Friday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. at United Christian Church, 8525 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA.
What people are saying about Charlie:”You are an exceptionally gifted artist and your voice rings true.” — Bob Shane, founding member of the Kingston Trio and a vocal hero of Charlie’s
“His fingers begin to move and a song develops. Then the strong baritone voice surfaces, commanding the room.” (Chester County Press, May 5, 2010 — CLICK HERE FOR WHOLE ARTICLE)
“Charlie represents an excellence in music that far transcends most of what you hear on the radio these days,” says Ken Carpenter, a Nashville filmmaker/producer (“Philadelphia Inquirer” May 3, 2008– CLICK HERE FOR WHOLE ARTICLE)
“The concert was fantastic and the audience was captivated. The Pavilion was packed to the gills and everyone seemed to know and have a personal connection to your music.” – Performing Arts Coordinator, Longwood Gardens
“Charlie Zahm is a big man with a powerful and expressive singing voice. Listening to him sing Scottish and Irish music is like a deep draught of a thick, heady stout, rich in taste and body. His latest recording, “Among the Heather”, is more like a luxurious dram of Irish cream — smooth and sweet, yet intoxicating all the same.” – Tom Knapp, Publisher, Rambles.net
Suggested Donation is $15
The Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) is a grassroots citizens organization which brings together people of all ages, backgrounds, professions, and political persuasions in support of three goals: global abolition of nuclear weapons, a peace economy, and a halt to weapons trafficking at home and abroad. Thank you for supporting CFPA!
(8) Arts at Bucks Presents the Classic Drama Twelve Angry Jurors
Stage production April 26, 27, and 28 is a gender-inclusive adaptation of the Emmy award-winning classic.
When a lone dissenting juror plants a seed of reasonable doubt, tensions mount and tempers flare in Twelve Angry Jurors, presented live at Bucks County Community College April 26, 27, and 28.
Reginald Rose’s Emmy award-winning drama has been adapted into a gender-inclusive version by Sherman Shergel. It’s a timeless story of twelve diverse people forced together to decide the fate of a young man accused of murder, according to Associate Professor Shelli Pentimall-Bookler, the director.
“This play, though a classic, has relevance even today, as people often immediately judge the guilt or innocence of an alleged criminal before understanding the facts,” says Pentimall-Bookler. “The play helps audience members rethink their perceptions and open themselves to their own prejudices and pre-conceived notions of people convicted of a crime.”
A preview of the Bucks production of Twelve Angry Jurors can be viewed online at http://bit.ly/AngryJurors. The curtain rises at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 26, 27, and 28, in the Gateway Auditorium. Tickets, available at the door, are $7 for students and $10 for adults. Bucks is located at 275 Swamp Rd., Newtown, Pa., where there is ample free parking.
The student production is part of Arts at Bucks celebrations at the public, two-year college, a series of events showcasing the diverse educational opportunities available through the Department of the Arts. A full list of events, which run through May 8, can be found at http://www.bucks.edu/artsatubucks. To learn more, call 215-968-8425.
(9) AS YOU LIKE IT
A Comedy by William Shakespeare
In Shakespeare’s delightful comedy, Rosalind flees persecution dressed as boy, to find safety and love in the Forest of Arden. Laughs, romance, devotion, villainy, redemption, music, wit and fun abound.
Directed by Cheryl Doyle.
Stage Managed by Kathleen Landes
Starring: Cat Miller, Chris Capitolo, Liane Golightly and Aaron Wexler with George Hartpence as JAQUES
Co-Starring (alphabetically): James Cordingley, Margaret DeAngelis, Allison Deratzian, David Deratzian, Joe Doyle, Rupert Hinton**, DeLarme Landes, Julia Mitchell, Stuart Myles, Marco Newton, Evan O’Rourke, Dylan Ruggiero, John Wishnie, John Wolodzko*, Stefania Zamparelli
*1st, 2nd & 4th weekends **3rd weekend
At The Heritage Center, 635 N. Delmorr Ave.
Reservations: 215-295-3694 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets: $20 adults, $17 seniors 62 & up, $10 children 12 & under; $15 WHYY Cards
(10) RHYTHM OF THE EARTH
Invites you to meet
A Cherokee Medicine Woman
I have been reflecting on the opportunity we all have of working with some of the powerful teachers who walk our planet. These teachers are willing to share their wisdom with all who are ready to show up, listen, open our hearts and learn. I am honored to share with you heartfelt messages of love and honor from the some of the apprentices of one such teacher. I have been Grandmother Saundra Pathweaver’s apprentice, medicine helper, and friend for many years. She has changed my life in measureless ways, and I urge any who are called to an earth based path…to listen.
Cyndy “Snake Dancer” Paige
GRANDMOTHER PATHWEAVER – A Tribute to a Cherokee Medicine Teacher and an Opportunity to:
* Apprentice With Her;
* Schedule a Private Reading;
* Spend the Day Experiencing Past Life Regressions, OR
* Stop by and just chat with Grandmother at the Grand Opening of Rhythm of the Earth’s new location in the Loft above Perna & Abracht, 610 Millers Hill, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 19348
To Register please contact Cyndy at 610-274-3109 or email SnakeDancer@RhythmOfTheEarth.com or email@example.com
for more information about Grandmother Pathweaver and her path of teaching please visit
Grandmother Saundra Pathweaver
Private Readings with Pathweaver
4/26, 4/27 and 4/28, 2012
A Day of Past Life Regressions
April 29, 2012
Stop by the Grand Opening of Rhythm of the Earth’s new Kennett Square Loft and chat with Grandmother
April 29, 2012
Weekend Encounter – (An extraordinary weekend in and of itself, or it could be the first step in apprenticing with Grandmother and Fireheart
May 5 and May 6, 2012
10-4 each day
To register for any of the above, contact Cyndy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saundra Pathweaver, a Cherokee Métis teacher, has studied the earth honoring traditions of both the old and new world for over 25 years. As a teacher and workshop leader, she is vitally interested in unleashing the potential for growing in each person. Pathweaver works to rebuild peoples’ connection to the circle of life by experiencing the Native ways and philosophies of the Earth people. She has studied with many teachers and, with permission, is passing this information to others. She is also the founder and head Council member of the Buffalo Trace Society.