An Abundance of Healers at Theosophical Society Fundraiser
Dec 27, 2012 12:52PM
The Theosophical Society (TS) Center for Spiritual Studies, in Arlington, will host its semi-annual Day of Healing and Insight from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., on January 19. The day features 25-minute sessions with practitioners of massage, acupuncture, reflexology, Reiki, sound healing, Tarot and sacred-path card readings and astrology. All funds raised will benefit the nonprofit organization’s operations fund.
“We’re excited to offer this opportunity for people to engage in self-care of mind, body and spirit as the new year begins,” says TS President Carolyn Romano. “It’s healing for attendees, exposure for the practitioners who donate their time and a boost for the organization.”
This year’s event also features local artist and author Sarah Jeppson, who will introduce participants to her character Crystal Bunnytail, the environmental bunny who struggles with self-worth and spiritual dilemmas. Jeppson will be selling and signing copies of Path of the Bunny, Book 1 and Crystal Bunnytail in a Tiny Nutshell, Book 0.5, with partial proceeds benefitting the TS.
The TS offers weekly study groups, workshops and lectures on such topics as healing, philosophy, meditation and spirituality. Romano says that, because the Day of Healing and Insight often sells out, participants are encouraged to book their sessions early.
Cost: $20 per session. Location: 21 Maple St., Arlington. For more information and to register, call 617-926-4155, email [email protected] or visit TSBoston.org.