April 16th – 17th, 2010 – Jan Bauer gave an insightful lecture Friday night on the mysteries of money in our lives. Her experience of living in Montreal, Quebec lent an interesting contrast to American perceptions of money; how it is perceived, used and psychologically processed. Lively discussion was fueled by attendees, curious in both individual and collective aspects of the ideas she presented so clearly. Saturday, in an intense day-long workshop, she challenged the participants with a series of intriguing exercises. Each of these exercises brought forth shadow qualities, highlighted ego ideals, and encouraged us to entertain the possibility of finding positive value in what we have detested – a meaningful S-T-R-E-T-C-H for all of us!
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