Yasuko Kasaki | Meditations on A Course in Miracles

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Meditations on A Course in Miracles

by Yasuko Kasaki

A Japanese-language guided meditation CD with musical accompaniment by Tibetan flutist Nawang Khechog and percussionists Glen Fittin and Randy Crafton, inspired by the concepts of A Course in Miracles.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Introduction
4:10 $3.99
2. I Need Nothing
13:31 $3.99
3. Let Me Be Still and Listen to the Truth
10:09 $3.99
4. Nothing Real Can Be Threatened
11:19 $3.99
5. The Light Has Come
8:21 $3.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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While still a young girl, Yasuko Kasaki became aware that she was to devote her life to the exploration of the human heart and soul. Initially, her passion flowered in the fields of photography, journalism, and literature. Many fruitful years as a writer and searcher carried her into contact with various spiritual teachers, several of whom brought her quest for psychospiritual understanding into sharper focus and uncovered her own abilities as a healer. Ms. Kasaki has now been practicing yoga for 15 years and studying spirituality for over a decade, attending workshops and studied meditation, spiritual reading and clairvoyance with many teachers. She also studied holistic health, attending Gary Null’s holistic health class. With Bruce Davis, Matthew Hanson, and several others she studied and completed A Course in Miracles (ACIM), which she now considers to be the surest path to peace, joy and healing.

In 1999 Ms. Kasaki began offering spiritual counseling, reading, instruction and healing to individuals and groups and in 2004 opened CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing), a private community center in New York City’s East Village, dedicated to the teaching and practice of ACIM and the healing and creative arts. Offering ACIM-based classes, meditation, energy healing and private counseling (as well as lectures, workshops, film screenings and performances) to the public seven days a week, CRS is the first and only school and center for ACIM in New York City. In her classes, Ms. Kasaki sequentially teaches the text of ACIM, and through abundant use of meditation and creative visualization, facilitates experiential learning and practice of the concepts of ACIM, and by extension, of channeling, clairvoyance, reading and understanding the dynamics of universal energy, and the essence of spiritual healing. She has now worked with more than 600 people to help resolve their mental and physical issues and regularly teaches workshops in Japan. Several of Ms. Kasaki’s long-time students have also begun to offer psychospiritual healing and instruction at CRS and elsewhere. Through CRS outreach programs, her students now offer ACIM classes in Westchester, NY and Edgewater, NJ.

Ms. Kasaki was born in Tokyo, Japan. She attended Gakushuin University, Tokyo, from which she graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor’s degree in Japanese language and Japanese literature and a Teacher’s Certificate in junior high and high school education. Before graduating, her photo essay of street kids, Harajuku Takenoko-zoku, was published by Daisan Shokan Ltd. Shortly thereafter, she began working as an editor for the women’s monthly magazine Free. This opportunity in turn opened the door to a series of freelance jobs as writer, translator, and photographer for numerous magazines and companies. Two years later in 1987 Ms. Kasaki completed and published her first novel, Owaranai natsu. The following year she moved to New York City, where she has since written numerous other books, novels, short stories, and essays, published in Japan. Ms. Kasaki has also translated several American books into Japanese, most notably Maya Angelou’s lyrical collection of essays, Even the Stars Look Lonesome.



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