Saturday, October 13, 2012 2 PM
Into the Light: An Invitation for Healing
Into the Light
This book launching is the closing event in the day-long celebration of the seventeenth anniversary of the Cathedral Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage. Learn more »
Join Susan Beilby Magee, author of the newly released title, INTO THE LIGHT: The Healing Art of Kalman Aron, as she shares the life-lessons of a gifted artist who emerged from the ashes of the Holocaust to explore the nature of humankind and the mystery of life—all on canvas. A powerful, visual record unfolds of Aron’s remarkable journey from the darkness into the light. Magee shows the evolution of his art over five decades and reveals his answers to universal questions: What happens to the rage, sorrow and despair? Does one chose to remember, forgive, and heal? Healing himself through his art, Aron’s example offers hope to all who have suffered.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event, or may be ordered from Politics and Prose.
Opening Prayer by Washington National Cathedral’s Coordinator of Crossroads Dr. Terri Lynn Simpson
Presentation by Susan Beilby Magee
Q & A with Terri Simpson
Tea and book-signing follow the program
About Susan Beilby Magee
Susan Beilby Magee has practiced the healing arts for the past twenty-six years. A certified hypnotherapist and meditation healer, she founded the Washington Circle of Master Healers. Susan was instrumental in bringing healing prayer to Cathedral Crossroads and continues to volunteer as a healing minister on Crossroads evenings. She practices various forms of meditation, visualization, hypnotherapy, and energy healing. One chapter in Susan’s spiritual journey culminated with the new publication of her book, Into the Light: The Healing Art of Kalman Aron, a profound story of hope, courage, and transformation of an artist and Holocaust survivor she met at age six.
Susan Beilby Magee’s career spans diverse realms of politics, economics and spirituality. A leader of the women’s movement and director of the Mayor’s Office of Women’s Rights in Seattle, she moved to Washington, D.C., as a White House Fellow in 1976. Magee held policy and management positions in domestic finance and economic development in the U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments and later served as an international business consultant. Having earned a BA from Pomona College and MBA from the Wharton School, she has served on numerous boards of directors.
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