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Family Camp, Two
Mindfulness for Miracle Workers
July 23 - 29, 2017
Family Camp provides a positive experience for a young or first-time camper!
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July 23, 2017 - July 29, 2017
Rural Retreat , VA

At Family Camp, we provide a balanced program for all ages to enjoy: for adults, a popular resource person will lead workshops on the topic for the week; for children, a wide variety of counselor-led activities give kids a taste of what Children’s Camp is like. Most important, the session is about families spending time together.

About This Session

Mindfulness for Miracle Workers
With Corinne Zupko

Mindfulness meditation combined with the practice of the popular metaphysical text, A Course in Miracles, is a recipe for unstoppable inner peace. This week at Family Camp, join Corinne Zupko to dive deep into the principles of mindfulness meditation while learning how it can be used to enhance our ability to experience miracles, defined as shifts in perception from fear to love. Through experiential formal and informal meditation practices, small group discussions, and readings from A Course in Miracles, we will create space in our minds to remember our truth, which is love, happiness and inner peace. Participants will leave with tools for mindfulness and miracle working, which can be immediately incorporated into their daily lives.

About Family Camp

A.R.E. Camp provides a unique setting where families can play games, sing, hike, and enjoy a campfire together – they can pray and meditate together too.

During the mornings, children are grouped by age to attend counselor-led activities while grown-ups meet with the resource person to discuss a relevant and interesting topic related to material from the Edgar Cayce readings. All other activities are designed for the whole family to attend together. Grandparents, Aunts, and Uncles – All are welcome at Family Camp!

Too much on your To-Do List? This week at Family Camp, we will find ways to incorporate prayer and meditation into our busy schedules. Combining the latest research on the workings of the brain and a variety of religious and cultural traditions, Karen will help us discover what techniques work best and develop tools to make it easier to take time for spiritual practice. Using small group discussion, prayer journaling, and active meditation exercises, along with the material from Edgar Cayce's readings to the first Study Group and Glad Helper Prayer Healing Group (262 and 281), we will create a step by step plan to better manage our attitudes and emotions, while transforming our relationships in the process.

PARENTS: Family Camp can provide a positive experience for a young or first-time camper. If your child is not yet comfortable with attending a two-week Children’s Camp - or even our new, shorter “Cayce Kids” session, he or she might truly enjoy coming for Family Camp. After experiencing Family Camp, kids usually want to come back for more on their own!

Spend a week with your family in the Appalachian mountains!
Event Details
Date:
July 23 - 29, 2017
Venue:
A.R.E. Camp
283 White Rock Furnace Road
Rural Retreat, VA 24368
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Contact:
A.R.E. Camp Registrar
800-333-4499
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Corinne Zupko

Corinne Zupko, EdS, MA, is the author of the forthcoming book, From Anxiety to Love (New World Library, 2017). She began her work with A Course in Miracles (ACIM) in 1997 after struggling with debilitating anxiety and panic attacks, and ACIM has totally undone the anxiety she used to live with. Corinne is a Jersey girl, keynote speaker, Adjunct Professor of Counselor Education, licensed counselor, Board Certified Coach and teaches weekly mindfulness.