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Money and the Meaning of Life A Seminar with Gary Reiss PhD

June 14,15 10am-6pm, Manhattan

Certified Trainer in Process oriented Psychology Money is important to take care of our survival needs. Once this is addressed we are free to focus on the meaning of money in our lives. This seminar offers us an opportunity to focus on our relationship to money and understand how it is part of the central myth of our life. It will present various ways of expanding our view of how to make money and add "dreaming" and "non-doing" to traditional methods of planning and effort to make money. We will look at how psychological and spiritual traditions can open up the flow of money in ways that are meaningful so as make our lives richer not only in terms of dollars but also in fulfillment and well-being. We will learn tools to deal with money issues in our relationships and our world with more clarity and compassion. In this seminar we will focus on:

• Doing/non-doing and making money

• Money and our life myths

• Money and our path of heart

• Unblocking ourselves to have more and enjoy more abundance

• Money and our relationships

• Conscious use of money to change the world

* Process-oriented Psychology or Process Work as developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell

( is an awareness practice centered in the belief that the solution to a problem is contained within the disturbance itself. It is an innovative approach to individual and collective change that brings psychology, spirituality, and creative expression together in a single paradigm. It provides practical tools and interventions to reveal deeper meaning and patterns in challenging experiences.Dr. Gary Reiss LCSW, PhD., has a private therapy and consulting practice in Eugene and Portland, Oregon, and teaches Process –oriented Psychology worldwide. He is a senior teacher at the Process Work Institute, Portland, Oregon. Gary specializes in facilitating positive transformation] in a broad range of settings including families; organizations including non-profits and small and large businesses. He is involved in working and with hot world scenes including the Arab Israeli conflict, nuclear related issues in Japan, and many others. He is the author of nine books, including: Changing Ourselves, Changing the World; Leap into Living; Angry Men, Angry Women, Angry World; and Dreaming Money.

Workshop location: TRS suits 40 exchange place, 3rd floor, Room 1

Schedule: Introductory lecture: June 13th 6:30pm to 9:30pm June14st 10am to 6pm June 15nd 10am to 6pm

Cost: $270 until June 5, $300 after

Contact: Dina Ostrovsky 973 896 9320,

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