What you Think of Me is None of my Business

Updated: Sep 18, 2019

Presenter: Elizabeth Alanis

MINKA brooklyn, 1120 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225

Sundays in 2019: 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

October 6th and 13th in Earth Room, 20th and 27th in Workshop Foyer

EXCHANGE: $30-$50 sliding scale per workshop. $ 100.00 for 4 workshops

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Elizabeth Alanis is conducting a series of workshops based on the wisdom of Premier Inspirational and Spiritual Teacher, Terry Cole-Whittaker and her book “What You Think of Me is None of My Business“.


WEEK ONE

THE NATURE OF POWER

During this session, we will explore the nature of power as the energy used to create everything that is in our lives. We will explore the dynamics of our co-creation both consciously and unconsciously. We will bring into consciousness the belief systems behind the unwanted situations in our lives. Gaining clarity in this process will help us make different choices that will bring us what we desire.


WEEK TWO

BREAKING THE CYCLE OF GUILT

In this circle we will explore guilt as a primary way of control. We will explore the nature of our relationships, and the struggle in them when they are based in a sense of obligation and guilt. We will continue expanding our power to create the relationships and life we want by increasing our ability to take complete responsibility for ourselves and the life we desire.


WEEK THREE

OTHERS ARE NOT YOUR SOURCE

During this circle we will focus our exploration on expanding our understanding of all our needs, and our beliefs about the source that will provide for them. Our exploration will pay particular attention to our thoughts, feelings and the actions we take in our attempts to have these needs met. Only by understanding these elements will we be able to transform our beliefs and our lives.


WEEK FOUR

SCARCITY VS. ABUNDANCE

In this circle we will dive deeply into understanding how the pernicious belief in scarcity robs us of our peace, joy and the power to create the life we yearn for by distracting us with competition, jealousy, destruction of the other, and defending what we have. We will explore the roots of how we assimilated/developed these beliefs, having then the freedom to choose our own beliefs that will lead us to having the life we desire.


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