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International Conference 2020 . . . Remembering our Beloved Brothers . . . Around the World  . . . Upcoming Events
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January, 2020

Living Pathwork Together

Learning to trust without knowing what is to come
Register at: https://pathwork.org/pathwork-communities/international-events/
 

Please attend and benefit from joining in with all the other souls on this Path of transforming our darkness into light!

Our theme is chosen to help us ground ourselves, individually and in our communities, as we enter this new decade – the 20’s.

Globally there is so much implosion, collapse, destruction – of the environment, of the social fabric of respect and goodwill, of democratic institutions, the rule of law, work and employment lives….

Yet there is so much opportunity to build constructively, countering and transforming the negative!

These great souls, these great Pathwork teachers from around the globe will bring their thoughts and teachings on the particular challenge of this moment:

 

          Canada: Sage Walker, Madeline Dietrich

          Belgium:  Marianne Hubert

          Argentina:  Fabiana Sacca

          Brazil: Ivone Damas, Eliana Elisa

          Mexico: Olga Tanaka, Judith Gomez de Leon, Perla Barabak, Andres                         Leites

          United States:  Nadya Beck, Alison Greene-Barton, Judith Garten, Tom                     Hubbard, Jac Conaway, Charles Cresson Wood, Nick Neima, Brian                             O’Donnell, David Schwerin, Cibele Salviatto, Donovan Thesenga

Meet up with Helpers and Workers from your International
Pathwork family!

At present attendees are coming from: Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Canada, United States, Belgium and Germany.  Please add yourself to this growing list!!

If you have been studying the Pathwork for more than a year, you are welcome to attend the Conference.  At the registration page tell us about your background and also tell us about any language translation requirements.  While the bulk of the presentations will be in English, we intend to have translators available particularly for Portuguese and Spanish.

If you are a Helper or a leader in a Pathwork community you are welcome to attend the Leadership Meeting.  

Register for the conference and meeting at the link below, where you will also find links to arrange for accommodation at the venue – Carleton University:  

https://pathwork.org/pathwork-communities/international-events/

 

The Host Community and Country:
Ottawa Pathwork and Canada


The Ottawa Pathwork is the local host for the meeting. Planning assistance has come from Pathworkers from Toronto, Uruguay, Brazil, United States, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany.

In addition to the teachings, Pathworkers from around the globe will be bringing other modalities of activity to the conference including: Social Hour(s), the Ottawa Poetry Bards, a Talent Show (as experienced in Brazil), prayer and contemplation, meetings in smaller groups (e.g. a men’s group)

If you are attending let us know what your needs are and also how you would like to help out!

The Ottawa Pathwork members want to do all we can to help you enjoy the conference and the city!

 

About Carleton University, Ottawa and Canada


Carleton University - is located on the south central side of the city with easy access from the airport and to the downtown area. The university is a very green campus with easy access to pleasant walks along the canal or the gardens of the government’s Experimental Farm!

Ottawa - is the capital city of Canada. The National Capital Region includes the city of Gatineau, Quebec, together the two cities offer many great museums, parklands (particularly the Gatineau Park in Quebec) and many cycling and walking trails, mostly along the rivers and the canals.

Canada – we are very pleased to invite you to this first International Conference in Canada. We feel strongly that the spirit and values of Canada - respect, consideration, fairness, non-violence – (that we acknowledge we struggle to maintain) are a model for the world as we quickly become a global village!


Yours truly,
Paul Paquette from Toronto, Canada
President, International Pathwork Foundation


Register today: https://pathwork.org/pathwork-communities/international-events/

Remembering and Honoring our Beloved Brothers on the Path
Paul Czempin - Read a poem written by Paul, and reflections on his life by Maria Krekeler here.
Gene Humphrey - Read reflections on his life by Kathleen Goldberg here.
The Path Around the World 




How I Found Pathwork
By  Selene Zaidan Leite

Portuguese 
Na década de 90, fui aluna num curso livre de Psicologia Sistêmica. Havia buscado o curso por estar em busca de algo que preenchesse um vazio de minha alma. Já estava num casamento de vários anos, filhos pequenos, trabalhava fora, tinha religiosidade, porém ainda faltava algo. Não me sentia uma pessoa realizada.

Read more...

English
In the 90s, I was a student in a free course in Systemic Psychology. I had searched for the course because I was looking for something that filled an emptiness of my soul. I was already in a marriage of several years, had small children, worked outside, had religiosity, but still something was lacking. I did not feel like a fulfilled person.

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Significant Discount for members of the Intl Pathwork Foundation!
The Foundation would like to thank Elaine Shaw of the Mid-Atlantic Pathwork for volunteering to edit InConnection. We would also like to invite Pathworkers from all corners of the world to share your articles, photos, videos, poetry, or other news that might be of interest. Please send submissions to: inconnection@pathwork.org. We reserve the right to edit content as needed. Thank you!





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