A Holistic Workshop for your Work – Businesses – Abundance.
“Creating the Work You Love” explores the question, “What do you do and why?” It is a two day experiential workshop that shows you how to open the doors of inspiration, transform desires into action, find the motivation and discipline to develop your authentic vocation. It teaches you how to create a work that works for you, a work that feeds your body (money) along with your soul (meaning).
More than any skill or product, the way in which we align our work with our deepest life intuitions will be the genuine contribution we make to the emerging world community.
Rick Jarow, Creating the Work You Love
You are guided throughout the workshop with a meditative format that applies internal exercises based on the chakra system to issues that are central to successfully establishing your work in the world and for building a self-sustaining career that resonates with your deepest levels of integrity, passion and purpose.
You start moving from your present to a larger sense of calling, you free yourself from a money-scarcity rut. You will now begin to do what you love and get paid for it, honoring of your current life’s calling!
This step by step process begins with an examination of abundance and scarcity and moves through an exploration of your family history around work. You will discern your true priorities, open your creative visions, and begin to align them with your whole being.
Rick works with you to transform your ideals into a plan of action, to develop an ongoing practice of “visioning,” and to generate the motivation, discipline, and accountability necessary to develop your vocational potential.
You start developing a heart-centered prosperity.
Creating the Work You Love offers:
- a guide to transitioning through major life and career changes
- a radical, holistic approach to Your Life’s Work
- the possibility of uncovering the “embodied” vocation encoded in your energy centers
- effective methods for focusing and goal-setting
- techniques of risk assessment for building a business or personal practice
- ways to develop a career that reflects your heart’s compassion and your soul’s courage
Who should attend:
• students at the threshold of taking life decisions around work
• individuals transitioning into purposeful living
• executives seeking meaning in their work
• all those who wish to play at work
• all those who wish to be happy with their work
In this new emerging world community what is your work calling?
All that feel the calling are welcome.
About Rick Jarow:
Rick Jarow, Ph.D., has a 25+ years of experiential study and practice of the world’s spiritual traditions, including yogic disciplines, meditational arts, cross-culture mythology and astrology. A prolific writer, he is the author of The Alchemy of Abundance, Creating the Work You Love, The Advanced Manifestation Program, Tales for the Dying, Your Life’s Work: The Ultimate Anti-Career Guide, In Search of the Sacred, and The Yoga of Work as well as numerous articles and audio programs. He has been teaching workshops and intensive seminars on the art and science of authentic vocation and abundance for over 15 years. He is currently an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, USA.
Workshop: “Creating the Work You Love”
Languages: English with interpretation in Greek
When: 7-8 July 2018, open presentation on the 6th of July (19-21.30)
Where: Chironas Events Venue, Athens, Lavrion Avenue
Duration: Saturday 10:00-18.30, Sunday 10.00 – 17.00 (with an hour for lunch)
Participation fees:210€ until the 2nd of June, 260€ after that. The prices include VAT 24%.
Participation fees for unemployed upon documentation proof: 20% off.
Registration deposit: 70€
The prices include vegan catering for both days.
For online registration and payment, visit the Greek event page, here.
For more information about the workshop, do not hesitate to contact Chironas Events Venue via the contact form.
For more information about Rick Jarow, for a list of his books and seminars, please visit his site, here.