Saturday 30th June 2018
2.30pm – 4pm
Workshop – Explore your relationship to money
“What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do. When we do what we are meant to do, money comes to us, doors open for us, we feel useful, and the work we do feels like play to us”. Julia Cameron, author of The Artist’s Way, on what might be described as an ideal relationship to money.
Money is rarely far from our minds. But how often do we stop to reflect how we interact with it, feel about it and use it?
From a spiritual perspective, money can represent many things to us. Our relationship to it teaches us about ourselves and how we interact with the world. It can be a source of creativity or it can be used negatively, but for something so important we are often blind to our deeper feelings about it.
In this workshop you will explore your emotional connection to your finances with the intention to release limiting attitudes and behaviours. The purpose is to become mindful of what money means to you so that you can begin to use it with awareness.
This workshop is for you if you want to:
* Understand your connection to money: what it represents to you and how you identify with it
* Release negative emotional attachments to your finances
* Build a healthy relationship to this essential resource and understand what it is from a spiritual perspective
The workshop is held in a group environment but all personal work remains private.
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About the organiser:
Octavia Bell is a Reiki practitioner and intuitive based in London. Her own healing journey began in 2015 when she discovered the healing power of Reiki. Prior to opening a Reiki practice in 2017, she worked as a business journalist. It is her mission to offer alternative therapy, coaching and intuitive guidance to Londoners.
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Disclaimer: This workshop is not a personal finance workshop, but rather a means of exploring the deeper relationships that we have with money..