DAY & TIME: MONDAY / 6:00p-7:45p US EDT/EST
TERM: FALL AND SPRING
LOCATION: 73 Fifth Avenue #8B, NYC
LEVEL: OPEN: Beginner through Advanced
TEACHER: Catherine Shainberg
CALL-IN: YES* (see technical requirements below)
Places are limited—please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this option.
Students who participate by call-in must register for the full year.
THEME: The Ten Commandments (continued)
How do you know what’s fake news and what’s true?
Chaos and confusion all around—this one says, that one says…
How are you supposed to know what to do?
What if you don’t have to ask 10 people and read 20 blogs to decide?
What if there’s a way you can know, right now?
There is a way, and Saphire® Imagery can reveal it to you—it’s in the Ten Commandments.
The Ten Commandments is an ancient roadmap for a peaceful, prosperous, healthy, loving life.
This Saphire® Imagery course will reveal to you the treasure that’s hidden in these ten sayings.
Not only will you know what to do, you’ll know in your bones what you don’t want to do, and why.
Unlocking the power of the Ten Commandments using Saphire® Imagery, you’ll learn how
• To be healthy
• To be happy
• To be free
• To be true to yourself with other people, with the world and with God.
Imagery is the foundational class for the Saphire
® work. Classes are experiential and interactive, with a presentation of the week’s material followed by the week’s imaginal exercises. Catherine works with students individually during the class, and all students participate in every exercise.
• Drop-in participation is allowed
• Single classes are $55.
• Students who participate by call-in must register for the full year.
• Full-year registration is discounted to: $45/class.
• Payment may be made $607.50 on registration and $607.50 Jan 1, 2018 if there is financial need.
* Technical Requirements for Teleconference Participation:
A landline or strong wired connection, with a high quality headset, will give you the best audio quality. Using a calling card will not affect audio quality.
Using a VOIP number (like Google or Skype) or mobile or cordless phone—if you have a weak or fluctuating wireless connection—may produce echoing, static and dropouts, low volume, etc.