4 Saturdays in October, 2020 | 1 – 3:30pm
With Samvedam Randles
and Susan Belchamber
Do you have a troubled relationship with money?
You are not alone, most of us do... However, it’s not all your fault!
In this four-part series, we will explore how our personal stories intertwine with intergenerational and collective trauma to shape our experience with finances. By increasing awareness around our stories (largely embedded from our families and culture), we can loosen the grip of anxiety and discomfort we often feel about money and open the door to greater well-being.
Building a new mind/body/spirit coherence around money
Susan Belchamber brings a wealth of experience and knowledge from her extensive career in economics & psychotherapy. In her current work with the Pocket Project, an international collective of trauma therapists, she focuses on healing trauma around money, envisioning new economic possibilities, and supporting post-traumatic growth.
Samvedam Randles brings her many years of experience as a German psychologist and director of the Inner Arts Institute. She offers systemic constellation work, an embodied direct experience, to explore intergenerational and cultural imprints around money and how we might shed some of these imprints if they no longer serve us or align with our values. www.innerartsinstitute.com
Saturday, October 3, 2020 – Overview | Our personal relationship with money.
Saturday, October 10, 2020 – Unlocking our Intergenerational stories.
Saturday, October 17, 2020 – Working with archetypal imprints around money.
Saturday, October 24th – Our collective relationship with money: moving past a trauma-orientation into health & well-being.
Each session offers an attunement to the body, meditation, constellation work, and didactic learning. Further resources for exploration will be emailed after each session.
We will meet virtually via Zoom. Participants will receive a secure link via email prior to the start of the series.