These classes are being held at 1095 Telegraph Rd
Way of Mastery Tuesday 10am-11:00am
The profound 12 lessons of The Way of Transformation are lessons 13-24 of the 35 total formal lessons given by Jeshua ben Joseph during the years 1995-1997. May the deep spiritual insight, knowledge, and lovingkindness contained in this volume guide and inspire you toward choosing to be the Voice for Love.
The profound 11 lessons of The Way of Knowing are lessons 25-35 of the 35 total formal lessons given by Jeshua ben Joseph during the years 1995-1997. These final lessons build on The Way of the Heart and The Way of Transformation, for a culmination of that Way which takes one into Perfect Knowing. Here no feeling is obstructed; and the mind is liberated to such a degree that it knows that as long as it chooses Love, and follows the quiet voice within, it cannot help but further the awakening of everyone and everything.
A Course in Miracles Wednesday 6:30pm-8:00pm
All are welcome to join us. We meet together to discuss and learn ways to apply the course principles into our daily lives. We support the ACIM purpose, "...to provide a way in which some people will be able to find their own Internal Teacher...and removing the blocks to the awareness of love's presence..." Facilitators: Jim & Karen Ehmke
Jim & Karen Ehmke have been studying A Course in Miracles on a daily basis for 9 years. Their teachers include Ken Wapnick, Dennis Gaither, Allen Watson, Robert Perry and Gary Renard. Of course, the real practice of ACIM is to live it and to live ACIM requires that it be one’s passion. (living it is our passion). For the past 8 years Jim & Karen have hosted bi-weekly phone meetings with various ACIM friends around the US with a specific focus on the teachings of Ken Wapnick.
Abraham-Hicks Tuesday 6:00pm-7:30pm
This Leading-Edge work by Esther and Jerry Hicks, who present
the teachings of the Non-Physical consciousness Abraham explain
that the two subjects most chronically affected by the powerful
Law of Attraction are financial and physical well-being. This book will shine a spotlight on each of the most significant aspects of your life experience and then guide you to the conscious creative control of
every aspect of your life, and goes right to the heart of what
most of you are probably troubled by: money and physical health.
Not having enough money or not having good health puts you in the
perfect position for creating more of that which you do not have.
This book has been written to deliberately align you with the most
powerful law in the universe—the Law of Attraction—so that you can make it work specifically for you.
Facilitators: Larry Humes & Shari Humes
Komoyo Reiki First Wednesday of the Month w/Jeremey 6:30pm
Third Wednesday of the Month w/Shari 6:30pm
Komyo Reiki is a style of Reiki which has never left Japan. It was founded by Reiki Master Hyakuten Inamoto Sensei. He learned from Chiyoko Yamaguchi Sensei, the mother of Tadao Yamaguchi Sensei, the current master of Jikiden Reiki. Hyakuten Sensei focuses on traditional methods while adding a few of the parts of Western Reiki that he feels make it easier to practice.
Reiki is essentially the same across all styles. It’s just energy, and Komyo Reiki is no different. However, Komyo Reiki does have a rather unique lineage in that it is actually only 3 people removed from the founder, Mikao Usui Sensei.
The Lineage is as follows:
Usui Mikao Sensei--> Chujiro Hayashi-->
Chiyoko Yamaguchi-->Hyakuten Inamoto (Komyo Reiki Founder)--> Jeremy Ferrera
Tai chi Wednesday’s 10:00am – 11:30am
with Tim Baglio of Birchwood Acupuncture
($15 drop in)
$80 FOR 8 WEEKS (prepay)
You will learn:
Tai Chi Philosophy
8 Energies Form
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese art of gentle motion, bringing heart, body and brain into spiritual harmony. The fun, easy and graceful exercise relieves stress, lowers blood pressure, improves balance and promotes restful sleep.
Come join us and learn the basic practices that define Tai Chi and how to incorporate them into your life!
My name is Tim Baglio, and I grew up in Bellingham, graduated from
Bellingham Highschool and attended both Whatcom and Western, where I
primarily studied Chinese language and history. During this time, I also was
very involved with martial arts and devoted myself to the practice of Hung
Kuen, a variety of gongfu derived from the authentic Southern Shaolin
tradition that exists in Guangdong. Also during this time, I became involved
with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, and began to practice the Taoist Neigong
that is the basis for Taiji. Before being accepted to the Seattle Institute
of Oriental Medicine I had completed a year-long Medical Qigong
certification and an Energy Arts instructors certification program. In
graduate school I learned a variety of Tui-na orthopedic bodywork and
Osteopathic diagnostic techniques, translated medical classics from Chinese,
and travelled to China for clinical observation of acupuncture and Chinese
herb treatment in hospitals. After graduating in 2007, I became a licensed
Acupuncturist, translated the Tao De Jing, and continued to practice the
martial arts of Taiji, Xingyi, and Bagua Zhang at the Taoist Studies
Institute in Seattle. I then moved to Korea to teach English for a year,
where I met my wife and translated the Yi Jing. After returning I opened
Bellingham Chinese Herbs and continued to travel to China and Korea to visit
and study, and have been to many of the Buddhist temples throughout Korea
and several of the Taoist temples in Sichuan, including the Qingyang Gong in
Chengdu and surrounding mountain temples including Qingcheng Shan, Heming
Shan, and Huanglong Si in the Jiuzhai region. Also, around this time I
established contact with the Hung Kuen lineage holders of Hong Kong and was
accepted as a formal disciple of Lam Chunsing in Foshan. I have been
operating out of Birchwood Acupuncture, 2505 Cedarwood Ave. #4, since 2015.
For Taiji Quan classes I can offer several specific things. In addition to
Taoist qigong basics, standing meditation, postural alignments, and theory,
I practice the Hunyuan eight energies form and the standardized Chen style
short form. I can also offer instruction in the Xingyi Quan five element
fists and linking form, and I have extensive experience with the Taoist
circle walking practice of Baguazhang.