ONLINEThe Light and Shadow of Money

December 16, 2020 $20.00 - $40.00

Money plays a pivotal practical role in all of our lives. And yet our relationship with money is often about much more than the practicality. How we earn money, keep it, spend it, invest it, give it away, ask for it—all the ways we interact with money seem to speak loudly about who we are as people. In fact, all that extra noise sometimes makes it hard to hear our own best wisdom in financial choices.

In this session, we’ll take a look at the meanings we project onto money—both light and dark—taking some of the power out of them and freeing us to make money choices based on our deeper values. The session will include a mix of personal reflection and group discussion.

Open to all regardless of Jewish background or education. Queer and interfaith families explicitly welcome!

Yotam Schachter is a coach, facilitator and teacher specializing in emotional fitness and the art of change. In addition to his training in traditional coaching tools such as Adaptive Leadership and Internal Family Systems, Yotam’s work draws from his experiences as a massage therapist, rabbinical student, investment analyst and meditator. He helps clients to find beauty, wisdom and opportunity in their toughest challenges.

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Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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$20.00 per couple for one class
$40.00 per couple for series

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