Western culture equates personal survival with money, yet money is also seen as 'the source of all evil'. This schizophrenic culture sets us all up for conflicts around money, when what most of us want more of is connection and community. This one day intensive workshop explores our emotions and stories around money, as a beginning to opening up more space in our relationship with money, our life path, community and connection. Come and explore with other people in a held and guided space.
- Exploring shame around having money, and shame around not having enough money.
- Learning to work in community for collective well-being.
- What is money? - getting to the core of the matter.
- What can we learn from sex-positive community that helps us in our relationship with money.
- Exploring housing costs and concerns.
- Understanding retirement realities.
- How does the current political climate impact us
- Plus the material you want to bring to the table.
£5 per person (covers costs only.)
Bring food to share for lunch (or cafes nearby if you choose). Tea and coffee provided.
More Info: email@example.com or 0777 600 1823
Arian Bloodwood – got into accounting through community finance and local money initiatives in the 80s. From a background in the timber industry, he had an award-winning factory, then did some small scale property development and management before studying gender and politics at university. Since establishing his accounting service in London 4 years ago he has become immersed in queer conscious sex community and is inspired to use the personal awareness techniques and consent culture which is the community's norms to revamp and enrich our collective relationship with money. www.bloodwoodaccounting.com
Andy Paice - has been pursuing his purpose and passion working as a London based Mindfulness Trainer, Coach and Facilitator in business, corporate and community environments, delivering mindfulness workshops, courses and one-to-one sessions. He is an experienced facilitator, working with emergence processes to help groups connect with the "3rd entity" which is their group spirit. More recently he has been significantly influenced by Eisenstein's writings on Gift Economy and other explorations of money, economics and community. www.andypaice.net/