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Negative Ego Dissolution, Sacred Sexual Alchemy, Unconditional Loving Service
Join us for an Enlightened Evening of Sharing from the Heart with Willaru. This Inca Spiritual Messenger will share the esoteric knowledge from the Heart that is guaranteed to evolve and transform your Spiritual practice and your relationships to Self, Significant Others, Community, Spirit and the Divine Evolution toward Light and Love. He will share deep truths of healing and the pathways to peace that transcend all traditions, cultures, and races.
Monday Sept 8th, 2014 ~ 7:00pm - 9:30pm at Indigo Healing Center, 45 Main Street, Florence, MA
** Weekend Special $35 (until 8/18), $40 in advance **
Private Healing Sessions (50min) ~ Available 10am-5pm $100
Coming to us from Cusco, Peru, Willaru Huayta is a "Chasqui" or spiritual messenger -- a bridge bringing knowledge from the ancient Inca civilization to modern western society. He learned to receive truth during spiritual quests in the Amazon jungles from the masters of the inner cities and his interactions with local shamans. As a “Messenger” for the Great White Brotherhood, his messages pertain to the transitional times in which we live. Willaru is one of those special light beings, who has fully committed himself to working on behalf of the planet and humanity during this time of transition.
For more information about Willaru Huayta and his Sept 2014 Tour in USA, please visit: www.4p4h.com
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This half-day event will provide an overview of the Health At Every Size (HAES) approach, including: - A weight-neutral approach to health - The evidence for the HAES model - How health professionals use the HAES principles in their practices - How to thrive without dieting or body shame - Information about the updated HAES Principles The program will include case studies and group discussion. Scheduled speakers include: Ellen Glovsky, PhD, RD, LDN Author of Wellness, not Weight Marsha Hudnall, MS, RD, CD President & Co-owner of Green Mountain at Fox Run Alice Rosen, MsEd, LMHC Founder, The No-Diet and Self-Led Eating Workshops & The Conscious Café Lisa Du Breuil, LICSW Psychotherapist & Chair, ASDAH Public Policy Committee Date: September 27, 2014 Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast will be served, compliments of Green Mountain at Fox Run! Registration fee of $25 entitles participant to a $25 discount at the 2015 Educational Conference of the Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH), to be held in Boston, MA, July 17-19, 2015.
Adobe Lightroom is an excellent image editing program that is stream-lined for the beginner and intermediate photographer. Lightroom can offer fantastic editing capabilities with easy-to-use interfaces. It is ideal for large batches of photographs from travel, weddings, or the single image. Lightroom is a powerful, yet easy to use alternative to the more complex Photoshop programs.
This class will introduce students to how to use Lightroom, editing RAW files and JPGS, and answer all questions regarding it’s use. From image organizing to slideshow output, this class will cover everything you need to know to get started with Lightroom.
Instructor: Luis Brens
When: Sep 27, 2014 9 AM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Sat, 27 Sep 2014 09 )
Session one: Saturday, September 20th: 9:30 - 1:30 Session two: Saturday, September 27th: 9:30 - 1:30
A two-session series, facilitated by Still Harbor's Director of Spiritual Formation, Colleen Sharka, that will deepen your sense of call and your alignment to it. Attend just the first workshop or attend both for a richer experience.
Throughout our lives, we evaluate and reevaluate how we want to live and act in the world. Despite living in an age of instant access to information and constant connectivity, feeling disconnected from a sense of purpose often makes us feel isolated, directionless, and unfulfilled.
This workshop will help you discern and/or reconnect with your sense of purpose, mission, and drive in your life and work. Through individual reflection, materials and videos, and group sharing, you will have the opportunity to ponder three key questions: • Who am I and why am I here? • What is my purpose? • How do I live out my purpose?
We offer this series free, but encourage you to make a donation: • Help cover our material and food costs with a donation of $50. • Help us cover all of our costs with a donation of $100.
When: Sep 27, 2014 9 AM to Sep 27, 2014 1 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: RSVP
Get started on the right foot with Career Directions: Starting Your Journey, designed specifically for first-year students. Through this interactive, one-hour program you will learn how to utilize the Career Development Cycle to maximize your time at BU and to advance from one step to another, helping you to create a plan of action toward choosing a major, creating a resume, finding your first internship, graduating, and eventually starting a career that you loveDuring this one-hour session, you and 8-10 other first-year CGS students will discuss what you can do now (and why it matters) to get on the right track to figuring out how to make the most of BU.NOTE: EVENT REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN SEPTEMBER
Go beyond the brick sidewalks and charming gardens and learn about Beacon Hill’s development in the Federal era. The fortunes, ambitions, and struggles of Beacon Hill’s early residents, both wealthy and working class, shaped the streets, architecture, and character of the hill. Start with a tour of Otis House, the earliest intact mansion in the neighborhood, and continue on Beacon Hill’s historic streets. Private group tours available by appointment.
Included with Admission
Join us as we work outside in the Youth garden to celebrate “Take A Child Outside” week. Get your hands dirty as we dig for potatoes, harvest some vegetables and empty the compost bin. Even now as the garden is winding down there is still work to be done. See what is still growing and learn about composting for the garden next spring. A snack will be provided and we’ll finish with a garden-inspired craft.
When: Sep 27, 2014 9 AM to Sep 27, 2014 11 AMin Boylston, Massachusetts (Sat, 27 Sep 2014 09 )
Join Aimee E. Newell, the Museum's Director of Collections and curator of the exhibition, on the closing day of this show celebrating the bicentennial of the Scottish Rite Freemasonry in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction. Learn about the Scottish Rite's French roots, its founding in America two centuries ago and its evolution into one of the most popular American fraternal groups during the 1900s. Don’t miss this last chance to see the exhibition, which includes photos, costumes, and Scottish Rite materials, many of which have never previously been on view. Free.
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