Birth 2012 Celebration!

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With the closure of the Mayan calendar on December 21, 2012, the earth is ready for the New Age – and era of deeper spirituality, expanded consciousness and greater love.

As Barbara Marx Hubbard has declared: “Joining together, we can 'gentle the birth' of a Universal Humanity and guide our Earth community into its next evolutionary stage."

The local holistic and spiritual communities are invited to mark this next stage in our human evolution with an afternoon celebration in White Plains. Come to Mapleton at Good Counsel for an afternoon of transformative ceremony, inspiring speakers, gentle music and more. The Saturday December 22 celebration begins at 12 noon and ends at 4 PM; dining to follow.

You will have the opportunity to share your thoughts and energy on this momentous occasion, as well as hear others.  The day will be both sacred and joyous, easing us, together, into our next life experiences.  Our speakers/conversation leaders are Dr. Michael Finkelstein of SunRaven, Sr. Doretta Cornell RDC, Rev. Carter Via and Dottie Whitton, RN; drumming by Robert Lawrence Friedman. The host is Paula Caracappa, Chairperson of the Westchester Holistic Network.

The event is FREE; all participants have donated their time and energy.  What we ask is that you wear white as a symbol of moving into the light, bring some edibles to share, and pre-register because space is limited to 100.  This event is sponsored by the Westchester Holistic Network and the PPC Group, LLC.

Mapleton at Good Counsel is located at 52 North Broadway in White Plains, NY 10603 (same campus as Pace Law School.)  Register at www.birth2012celebration.eventbrite.com/


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