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Upcoming Events & Meetings:
We are moving! Now you can join us at the
North Syracuse Community Center
700 South Bay Rd
North Syracuse, NY 13212
Doors open at 6:00PM
The event begins at 6:30PM
There will be a $5 fee at the door
(This is not the community center - it's the library, which is across the street)
We have two very exciting and interesting speakers this fall. To find out more detail about either of these speakers, click on the Events page.
Our September 11, 2015 speaker will be Dr. Rosie Kuhns. Her topic will be “Lighten Up!! Transformative Responses to Near Death Experiences”
To summarize the message received by many experiencers of NDEs: You are not alone; you are always supported and guided, and you are love and loved beyond measure. So, lighten up!
This evening, Rosie will engage us in a discussion exploring self-empowerment as the most effective tool for realizing and living into the truth of our NDE's and in our everyday life. Through this conversation, you will access your most important asset - your ability to empower yourself to do and to be whatever it is you are wanting.
This evening's event will be a kickoff for a two day introductory training Transformational Coaching, which will follow on Saturday and Sunday at RoseHeart Center. To find out more about this weekend training program, click HERE.
Our speaker on November 13, 2015 will be Karl Schlotterbeck. Karl's talk will be about Psyche, Soul and Karma.
After 34 years helping people address personal issues through a de-hypnotic method of past-life therapy, along with extensive studies in core, Celtic and Mongolian shamanism, Karl Schlotterbeck has come to some conclusions about the nature of psyche, soul and karma that do not fit theologically-derived stereotypes. (Karl’s first book, Living Your Past Lives, came into being because of the discrepancies he saw between his clients’ experiences and what was written about karma.) Karl has work with clients who have had experiences reliving previous lives (including through and after the death), prenatal life from conception through birth and, of course, present-life memories – all related to troublesome patterns in this life.
Karl Schlotterbeck, MA, CAS, is a licensed psychologist who worked in schools for 41 years, and in private practice for 34 years, engaging in thousands of hours of de-hypnotic past-life therapy. He is a certified Hypnotherapist, and stress-management coach. He has long been a student of various shamanic traditions, C.G. Jung’s depth psychology, and Celtic Spirituality. He is the author of Living Your Past Lives, and of The Karma in Your Relationships. He is a grandfather, musician, beekeeper and occasional wine maker.
Karl will also be offering a great workshop the weekend following his talk at UNYI. The Saturday workshop subject on The End of Karma. Click HERE to find out more.
The Sunday workshop will be Resilience for Healers. Click HERE to find out more.
What are STEs?
Spiritually Transformative Experiences or STEs, are events that affect us in a very real and spiritual ways. We’ve all had such experiences, big ones like an NDE or an encounter experience, or even an after death communication, or small ones like lucid dreams or prophetic, a past life regression, or a hunch that comes true. There are many types of such experiences which serve are catalysts for spiritual transformation and awakening. They often bring change our perspective of ourselves, our connection to each other, and to the Universe.
Such experiences can happen at any time, to anyone, under any circumstances. Some of these experiences are big and obvious, like a thunderstorm or even tornado. Others are small and subtle, more like a soft summer rain. What is important about them is that we listen to them, because it is often through these kinds of experiences we awaken to who we truly are, we remember our divinity. They touch us in personal and significant ways that cannot be easily measured or dismissed, because they catalyze the realization of our higher human potential.
While some of these STEs are easy or amazing, sometimes they are harsh and painful. It is easier to integrate these experiences through sharing them, telling our stories and understanding the patterns of such experiences, in order to better understand why they happened to us in the first place.