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									THE MONEY GAME: YOUR MONEY AND YOUR LIFE
WHAT IS THE MONEY GAME?
The Money Game is a one-day experiential workshop in which you get in touch with the
way you see and feel the nature of money in your life. Key features are:
        -o- Choosing a sum of money to risk that is on the edge of your comfort zone
        -o- Gaining insight into how you part with, receive and negotiate about money
        -o- Challenging your fixed patterns around money
        -o- Seeing the role and function of money in your life
        -o- Discovering money as a vehicle for energy and intention
        -o- Finding out more about directing money effectively
        -o- Serving the good of all
        The game runs in three phases, each involving a series of discrete transactions, the
first two phases in silence. 1: You give money to others in a series of discrete
transactions. 2: You take money from others. 3: You negotiate agreed payments to or
from others. There is time throughout the game to consider and assess your experiences
of and thoughts about the process.

WHY PARTICIPATE?
         -o- Money is mostly invisible.
         –o- Trusted, it is a powerful and positive tool.
         –o- Distrusted, it becomes worthless.
         –o- We can use it for whatever ends we wish, good, evil or indifferent.
          There is a connection between our desires, aversions and values on the one
hand and how they play out in our lives and the wider world. One of the most important
channels for this connection is money. So, we had better continue to develop our
relationship with it. The Money Game is a useful tool in this quest and can enable you to
take away a new relationship with money and bring your life closer to the way you want
it to be.

FACILITATOR - GILES CHITTY BA(Hons) MBA FRSA
     -o- Delivers the Money Game
     -o- Pioneered and has worked in socially responsible investment for 30 years.
     -o- Is a partner in Holden & Partners LLP- Independent Financial Advisers
     -o- Was a Trustee of The Findhorn Foundation 1979 – 1994

COST & PRACTICAL ARRANGEMENTS
     Venue: Grove House
     Time:     10.00 – 4.00 on Friday May 7th, 2010
     Cost:      £50 payable in advance. We have two places available at a nominal fee
     – please apply to Giles on details below.
     Food:      Bring something to share for lunch. Tea and biscuits provided.
     Bookings: Pay via Paypal on http://www.grovehouse.info/buy, or contact Giles
     (01722 330871, giles.chitty@gmail.com) to pay by bank transfer or cheque.

								
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