The way of perception ~ satsang and workshops in New York

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Date(s) - Feb/28/2020 - Mar/01/2020
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The New York Open Center


Shakti Caterina Maggi

The Way of Perception: satsang and workshops in New York

February 28th – 29th, March 1st 2020

The New York Open Center
22 E. 3oth Street
New York, NY 10016

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28th @6:30 – 8:30 pm
The Way of Perception: The Journey of Consciousness in Our Everyday Life

Life itself is the opportunity for awakening, an invitation to rediscover the true Self at the center of our own humanity.
Join Shakti Caterina Maggi in an experiential exploration of our true essence, discovering how our non-dual nature can meet and transform the duality of life through deep listening from silence itself. Guided meditations and Q&A will guide the participants to:
– Approach their daily living as their spiritual adventure
– Overcome fear and illusion
– Awaken to the extraordinary beauty of the moment
– Become a true embodiment of Consciousness itself in human form
Note: This program is recommended as an introduction to the weekend workshops on February 29-March 1, 2020.
An Evening Workshop
Friday, February 28, 2020, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Members $30/ Nonmembers $40

The Way of Perception: The Alchemical Transformation From Darkness to Light

Perception is the main path towards emptiness and the key to transform the ego’s contraction (state of non-surrender, tension) and fears into radiance and joy.
Shakti Caterina Maggi will use experiential meditations and Q&A to show us the center of the egoic contraction where there is only pure emptiness, something that is mistakenly conceived as fragile or vulnerable, but in actuality is openness itself disguised as someone.
Apparent shadows and conflicts become an opportunity to discover our talents and enjoy the blossoming of our individuality. Stillness itself, and “being human,” is the true reason why we appear as a human body, so that we can bring the Light of Awareness into form, without the sense of separation.
A One-Day Workshop
Saturday, February 29, 2020, 10:00 – 5:30 pm
Members $130 / Nonmembers $160
Combo Price ( Saturday – Sunday)
Members $235 / Nonmembers $295
which includes this workshop and The Way of Perception: Embodying Consciousness in the Form on Sunday, March 1, 2020

The Way of Perception: Embodying Consciousness in the Form

Bodily senses are the doors through which consciousness in the human form experiences the world. We are generally aware just of the experiences of life, but we can also travel back with our attention from the world, to the awareness that is experiencing it.
Shakti Caterina Maggi will use perception exercises, either sitting or with slow and easy movements, together with dialogue to show how embodied awakening passes through a conscious perception of life. Our transcendental nature, that is emptiness itself, can conquer the body and consciously inhabit it.
A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, March 1, 2020, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Members $130 / Non-nembers $160
Combo Price (Saturday – Sunday)
Members $235 / Non-members $295
which includes this workshop and The Way of Perception: Embodying Consciousness in the Form on Sunday, March 1, 2020
Shakti Caterina Maggi, contemporary mystic and spiritual leader, shares a message of non separation (non duality) between all beings in conferences, seminars and retreats around the world. Her interests are on global awakening, sacred feminine and the concrete possibility to embody spirituality in our every day life, though compassion and deep understanding. She collaborated with Science and Non duality Conference and other spiritual no profit organizations around the world. She has been one of the contributor of the first anthology about spirituality and science, On the Mystery or Being, published in 2019 by New Harbinger. She is currently working on publications about compassion as a way of transforming our world.


1 Comment

  1. jim says:

    I would like to attend the event Feb. 28 – 1 Mar. My concern is finding affordable accommodations in Manhattan for those days. Does the Center have rooms/lodging available? If not, can you recommend any nearby options — local hotels or Air B&Bs? Any assistance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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