Creative Visualization

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With Rev. Rob Banaszak

Tuesdays, May 2, 9, 16

“If you can see it, you can be it!”  With these three words we’ll launch our three-week journey to discovering — or remembering — the power of our thoughts and imagination to CREATE that which we desire for our life.
This year is the 40th anniversary of the publishing of Creative Visualization, spiritual teacher Shakti Gawain’s landmark book that presented this core metaphysical concept in a way that began to resonate with an emerging audience of people searching for more than the religion they had grown up with. Forty years later, Gawain’s book remains a relevant, exquisitely accessible primer on consciously directing the power of our thoughts to create our reality. We’re thrilled to honor the publishing anniversary of this pivotal resource by presenting an overview of the key metaphysical ideas that it brought into the light.
Through reflection, creative exercises and discussion, we’ll hone our abilities to:
  • Envision our heart’s desire
  • Align with our hearts desire
  • Release our heart’s desire
Bringing your dreams and desires is a requirement — bringing a diary is optional, but would certainly be helpful!

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Meet Rev. Rob Banaszak

RevRobBanaszak_InstagramRev. Rob has been Pastor of ISD-DC since 2015 and a staff minister since 2013. He is a popular inspirational speaker, and, as a Leo, loves to enliven audiences with vibrant, fun and uplifting energy.  He is also edits and publishes ISDetails, the church’s newsletter of news, events and happenings. Prior to becoming a minister, Rev. Rob served in every volunteer capacity at ISD, and continues to share his intuitive and healing skills as part of ISD’s Psychic and Wellness teams.

Rev. Rob has 25 years’ experience in the Communications field for the nonprofit sector including arts, social justice and HIV organizations.

Creative Visualization
Where

Institute for Spiritual Development

When

05/16/2017
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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