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Living Consciously With Money: Day 1 and Day 2
January 29, 2016 @ 6:30 PM - January 30, 2016 @ 4:30 PM3 session workshop $100
This 8-hour workshop will change your relationship with money, give you the tools for creating financial serenity, and empower you to own your financial life.
Come prepared to change how you live and think about money.
Start this New Year with my Living Consciously with Money workshop.
Our relationship with money has more to do with our early learning, our core beliefs,
unexpressed emotions, and state of mind than we usually acknowledge. Creating financial
serenity involves facing the underlying unconscious emotional and familial patterns. We will transform these patterns to use your creative energy in identifying and establishing your own right relationship with money and financial resources. Using whole brain, whole body activities and practices in the spirit of opening up to love and greater ease, this workshop will feel more like playing your way to a conscious path.
$ Do you worry about money – how to get more, how to keep it, how to get out of debt?
$ Do you struggle with managing money?
$ Do you wonder how to have an easier time with money and financial resources?
$ Do you want to take charge of your money life in this New Year?
Friday, January 29, 6:30-8:30 pm,
Saturday, January 30, 9:30 am-4:30 pm,
Friday, February 12, 6:30-8:30 pm
(This workshop is limited to 16 participants.)
Many people who have take this work with me have positively changed their relationship with money and financial resources. If this is an aspiration of yours for 2016, this is the workshop for you!
Suzanne and others from Open Door Zen Community lead weekly Sunday meditation practice. We sit in the Soto Zen tradition and guided by our teacher, Flint Sparks, of the Appamada community in Austin Texas.
Sundays – 5:30-6:45 pm
You are asked to arrive by 5:25pm.
For more information contact me or visit Open Door Zen Community website
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