Come join us for a one-night experience of calling in money as an ally:
Transforming Money Stories
$ Do you want to make clear decisions about money?
$ Do you want to understand really belongs to you in your relationship with money?
$ Do you want to release all that financial tension you’re carrying?
There is so much floating around about money – especially recently in the financial crisis-that-is-not-a-crisis (or is it?) of our banking system: anxiety, fear and pain. This unease is a highlight of our issues with money. We have a substantial opportunity to release that right now with the shifting political climate, the openings in the economy and our ability to come together and heal our pain.
Come join us to explore how it can be different!
Friday, November 21st, 2008
7:00 – 10:00 pm
SF location (given at registration)
Contribution: $75-30 sliding scale
Together we delve into the depths of our awareness. We explore our individual and collective stories and can come to a deeper level of choice – a more profound level of truth. We call in money as an ally instead of adversary, scapegoat or threat. Through awareness we choose to be in right relationship with money and release old expectations, stories and pain.
Your facilitators: April Taylor and Briana Cavanaugh
Movement, breath and flow are three things that inspire April Taylor. A Bay Area transplant from Los Angeles, she graduated from Mills College in 1997 with a BA in Women’s Studies and Dance. As a Certified Sound Healer and expressive arts teacher, April will weave creativity and expression into our work around money. Guiding us to move into the flow of abundance and to hear empowerment in our new stories. She is a student teacher within the Reclaiming Community, and recently began working with Dancers’ Group a dance advocacy organization in San Francisco.
Briana Cavanaugh is a financial coach, bookkeeping consultant and priestess with a background in non-traditional education, business analysis, ritual and personal growth work. She focuses her accounting and coaching work on the quadruple bottom line: people, purpose, planet, profits. She sees entrepreneurs, couples and non-profit clients in the San Francisco Bay Area. See www.infinitleypossible.net for more about Briana’s work and philosophy.
To register or for more info contact Briana: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 510.282.1970.