Thought Exchange Events & Classes

We would like to invite you to join our Thought Exchange events and classes

The Thought Exchange Circle – Connecticut

Monday evenings | 7:00-9:00 pm

Unity of Fairfield County, 3 Main Street, 2nd Floor, Norwalk, CT

 

In his intimate workshop, we sit in a circle and, on a voluntary basis  (nobody has to speak) we look at a situations in our lives, trace what thought might be underlying it,  pick a new thought, and see what changes occur in our lives in the following weeks.  We thus get to experience, first hand, how simply taking on a new thought affects our lives.  We leave the workshop knowing how to use this powerful technique to change what is appearing in our lives as easily as putting on a different outfit and seeing the immediate results  in  the  mirror.

Finding Your Inner Voice – New York

Tuesday evenings | 8:00-10:00 pm

South Park Tower, 124 W 60th St. #41L, New York, NY 

 

In this workshop, we apply Thought Exchange principles to singing. People get up and sing, and when a problem or difficulty appears, rather than attacking the problem, we assume that it’s a reflection of our thought. With a simple change of thought, vocal and acting problems disappear. You do not have to be a professional singer to participate in this workshop, nor do you even have to get up and sing to receive its benefits.

The Thought Exchange Circle – New York

Wednesday evenings 7:30-9:30 pm

South Park Tower, 124 W 60th St. #41L, New York, NY 

 

 

In this intimate workshop, we sit in a circle  and, on a voluntary basis  (nobody has to speak) we look at a situations in our lives, trace what thought might be underlying it,  pick a new thought, and see what changes occur in our lives in the following weeks.  We thus get to experience, first hand, how simply taking on a new thought affects our lives.  We leave the workshop knowing how to use this powerful technique to change what is appearing in our lives as easily as putting on a different outfit and seeing the immediate results  in  the  mirror.

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