Registration is open at https://theasking.org/. We are happy to announce a new virtual session of the 7-Days of Asking in English. A program started by members of Hudson Valley Park and now the organizing team includes members of Mikebuda Park (Hungary), Nahri Park (India), Schlamau Park(Germany), and other Parks around the world. The Introduction will be held on Sunday, June 6 at noon, New York time. We will present the gift of Asking, how the program works, do a practice, and interchange.
The 7-Days of Asking program helps us deepen our experience with the Asking by awakening the heart in a step-by-step process. Through this process we connect with the best in ourselves, clarify our true needs, and find internal strength. We ask for ourselves, our loved ones, to move away from contradiction, to thank, to reconcile with ourselves and others, for internal unity.
For more info: https://theasking.org/
Thank you Yolanda and Maureen for the “Spring Clening”, to make our park ready for our May 8 event, when we will be able to welcome some at the Park (even with the Covid restrictions still in place.)
A step-by-step process learning to Ask deeply: for ourselves, our loved ones, to move away from contradiction, to thank, to reconcile with ourselves and others, for internal unity, for what we truly need.
Presentation: April 4, 12 noon New York time via zoom. Introduction to the gift of Asking, how the program works, practice, interchange and recommendations before beginning.
Experiences with the Asking
Whether you are new to the Asking or have been practicing for years, people have been expressing how much it’s been helping them.
“The Asking felt like oxygen to my body and my mind.” (Krisztina)
“The 7-days was a very beautiful experience. From the moment I connected with my inner self, I was able to truly help my loved ones.” (Maria)
“When I was feeling trapped and in deep need of a way out, the Asking opened possibilities for me and made me feel that I can trust the future.” (Rosa)
The three group meetings complement the 7-Days of Asking and provide a rich learning experience of support in an atmosphere of community spirit. Since our groups are international, we chose Sundays to take into account time zones and working schedules to facilitate participation. This leaves ample time before and after to prepare and synthesize the experience.
– How do we better align, how we act with how we think and feel?
– How do we center ourselves in moments of confusion or crisis?
– How do we learn to think well and prioritize when we need to make important decisions (be less reactive and more intentional)?
In moments like the present of difficulty or uncertainty, it becomes important to develop tools that help us to strengthen our own center of gravity. These tools help to develop a reference that is more internal, and makes our own well-being less reliant on outside situations or the actions of others. These tools will help you to understand what actions and beliefs feels coherent for you, and why -– and, conversely, what actions and beliefs produce suffering and why. When we understand the root of our conflicts and tensions, we are better able to modify those behaviors that cause us to suffer, and in turn help others to overcome their suffering.
This is a free series of six online workshops based on the works of New Humanism. Each workshop will provide a framework and a set of tools/techniques that are useful for understanding oneself better and for generating a new attitude toward life, one based on the sensation of coherence or internal unity.
Attendance at each workshop is requested. A new series will begin on Wednesday, January 13 at 7:30 pm EST.
For more information or to register, please write to Dennis at email@example.com