This workshop takes as its starting point the observation that effective, creative and talented individuals and teams are often hampered in their wish to make changes, take action or forge new directions by fears, concerns or hopes about money. The pull of what we deeply wish to do, or feel called to do, can become confused or distorted by beliefs and assumptions about how money fits into the picture.
Money makes the world go round, but how many of us actually understand what money is, and importantly, how it affects us emotionally and psychologically?
Based on the groundbreaking work of Peter Koenig this workshop will help you notice some of the unconscious projections you typically make onto money and can powerfully free you up to take the next steps you need in your project, organisation or career.
It is quite explicitly not a workshop about ‘how to make money!’ But rather an invitation to explore some deeply held assumptions about money that may unwittingly be stopping you moving into the fullest expression of what you are here to do.
THIS WORKSHOP WILL HELP YOU …
- explore with curiosity and honesty your own assumptions about and relationship to money and their roots in your personal history
- recognize the reality you have created in various aspects of your life and in the world so far, based on your relationship to money
- create a different mindset that allows you to experience much greater freedom in your relationship with money
- learn a simple system that will enable you to address the subject of money, integrate it into your life and work and act with more lightness and clarity of purpose
- view your personal, team and organisational experience within some of the wider macro issues of monetary systems, supply and monetary reform
- Normally run as a 1 or a 2 day workshop
- Can be run as a shorter basic intro / taster session
Public or in-house?
- Public workshops in Bristol and London (and elsewhere by request)
- for groups and teams seeking clarity regarding their purpose, vision and direction
- for groups and teams wishing to improve how they relate to one another and to other teams and departments across organisational boundaries
- as a creative, experiential and novel lens to explore any situation that can benefit from fresh perspectives and deeper insight