Nationally Renowned Scholar Offers Arcturian Healing Method Training at Greenshire Arts

Gene Ang

Gene Ang

Gene Ang, Ph.D., will facilitate a comprehensive training in the Arcturian Healing Method from December through February at Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown. Registration is now open for an introductory spoonbending workshop offered from 6:30 to 9:30pm on December 7, as well as for the series of four workshops—a complete energy healing training that guides participants in deepening their current level of healing abilities.
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Personal and Family Retreats at Greenshire

greenshireGreenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, is offering two spring retreat opportunities, Honoring the Mother/Daughter Connection and Break Through to the True You, both May 1 to 3. The retreats are a momentary time away from the challenges of life to allow participants to find meaning and guidance and to better understand themselves.
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Greenshire Arts Offers Spiritual Retreat to Kaua’i

Partnering with Spirit of Kaua’i, Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, will host Spirit of Kaua’i, June 4 to 11, 2015, on the legendary Healing Island of Kaua’i, Hawaii. The spiritual travel retreat aims to help attendees restore vitality while being nurtured by the beauty and magic of the land.
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Group Mastermind Comes to Greenshire

Group Mastermind from magGreenshire Arts Consortium welcomes Jon Satin and Chris Pattay, The Possibility Coaches, to their team of experts, teachers and practitioners. Beginning on May 7 and running for 6 sessions through July 16, Group Mastermind is a program designed to provide participants with inspiration, accountability and support so they can achieve goals, create massive emotional shifts and more positive results in any or all areas of life.

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Practice Aging Spiritually at Workshop

For those looking to bring spiritual attention to their aging process, Barbara Gordon is presenting the workshop, “Aging as a Spiritual Practice,” from 9 a.m. to noon, May 3, at Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown. The workshop will focus on cultivating wisdom, compassion and gratitude; exploring ways to maintain positive well-being and kindness in the face of challenges; and shedding old beliefs to discover a new role in our relationship to self, others and community.

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Dragon Gate T’ai Chi Ch’uan Comes to Greenshire

Lyn Hicks - Greenshire NB

        Lyn Hicks

Lyn Hicks, trained in Dragon Gate T’ai Chi Ch’uan, raja yoga and ancient feminine cultures of Egypt, India and Persia, joins the faculty at Greenshire Arts Consortium to inspire individuals to unfold to their ultimate healthy selves.

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Rumi Coffee House Sparks Love at Greenshire

Rumi Coffee NB - Michael London

Michael London

The Greenshire Arts Consortium will host a Valentine’s Day concert and poetry reading inspired by the words of the great 13th century Sufi poet, Rumi, from 4 to 7 p.m., February 16. The celebration of love begins with potluck appetizers.
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Heal the Past to Heal the Present

tina frazierTina Frazier, hypnotherapist and spiritual mentor, joins the staff of the Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, beginning with hosting two workshops in February. With other Greenshire staff, Frazier will facilitate workshops about how to recognize past issues that have been holding us captive, and how to use specific techniques to heal and neutralize those issues.
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Access Life’s Infinite Possibilities

gene angDr. Gene Ang, Ph.D., brings his workshop, Un-collapsing the Wave Function: Beyond Quantum Physics in Healing, to Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, from 7 to 9:30 p.m., December 15. Ang will teach attendees how to break through mental barriers and access infinite possibilities. He will discuss various attitudes, states of consciousness and energetic principles in the body that support infinite change. Attendees will leave with a theoretical understanding of the process and practical techniques that they can implement.
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4 Tools to Move Through Transition

Transitions are hard. Even good transitions bring up feelings of vulnerability, fear and anxiety. What was certain or solid in the past isn’t anymore, and it is unclear what the future will be. There’s a natural tendency to try to control or fix things
when the ground gets shaky. Vulnerable times, however, can also be an incredible opportunity to open the mind to something new. It can be the time to stop and regroup, to jettison old beliefs and behaviors that no longer serve and to open up to more aliveness and authenticity.

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