Sacred Commerce - Business As A Path of Awakening
Saturday, 3 November 2012 at 10:00 AM - Sunday, 4 November 2012 at 6:00 PM (EDT)
Saturday, November 3rd & Sunday November 4th
10:00am - 6:00pm
Innovation Guelph- 111 Farquhar St Guelph- 3rd Floor
Is Sacred Commerce For You?
Whether you are passionate about sustainability, health & well being or community service, this workshop provides you with the tools to embark on the path to Being more productive, fulfilled, and profitable in your relationships, business and life.
Come learn about a new equation for being in Life:
You will learn:
Tools to communicate in a deeper capacity with family, friends, colleges, and community members who either share similar values or may have a different value system.
Find your self-actualization. Learn to live creatively and fully utilize your potentials. Unleash your talents and skills.
Confidence to be able to bring your ‘true’ self to your workplace, family gatherings, and community events.
Fulfilled & Productive People, Just & Thriving Planet, Abundant Profits
Sacred Commerce 2 Day Registration- A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your seat.
This 2 Day Sacred Commerce Workshop is offered by donation. Throughout the weekend you will have the opportunity to determine the value of the work and consider the benefit it will bring to others in your life and the community. You will be given the opportunity to expand your donation at the end of the second day of the workshop. Each seat in this two-day workshop is valued at a minimum of $200, but you are able to pay what you feel its worth.
THIS WEEKEND WORKSHOP IS INTENDED TO BE AN EXPERIENTIAL HANDS ON TRAINING OF AWAKENING THAT YOU CAN TAKE WITH YOU AND IMPLEMENT INTO ALL AREAS OF YOUR BUSINESS AND LIFE.
Sacred Commerce Facilitators
Sacred Commerce Leadership graduates and trained facilitators, Erin Ross and Yebuny Johnson, will be your guides on this weekend journey of transformation. With humour, passion and authenticity Erin and Yebuny will guide participants to (re)create a company that appreciates in value, as the work force collectively practices keeping its attention on Source and supply.
“Before Dharma, I would hit my awakening “snooze” button whenever I went into work. Most places I worked made no space for awakening; and certainly didn’t encourage it. Dharma has taught me that commerce with compassion not only helps me understand and meet the needs of my valued merchant community, but it also allows me to practice my commitment to service, to consciousness, and to love. At night, I lay my head on the pillow knowing that my work has allowed me to practice what I believe; love for my community, love for mother earth, love for my colleagues and love for myself.”
-Alexia Marcous (Co-founder of Dharma Merchant Services, a Sacred Commerce business)
"This has been an amazing, heart-opening experience that has brought me closer to the human spirit. A profound experience of connection Thank you for contributing to this workshop. A delight."
"Café Gratitude swept me off my feet. My training in the art of Sacred Commerce provided the opportunity to transform myself into who I had always wanted to be. Now I get to interact with the world in a way that I feel proud of. Through my participation in this business, I love who I am and the work that I do…. I have gained a sense of self and purpose in the world. I have the life of my dreams. I live a life of meaningful service. I make a difference. I am beautiful. I get to say who I am: I am the creator of my experience."
-Megan Marie Brien (former Café Gratitude employee)
When & Where
Minga Skill Building Hub
Minga Skill Building Hub offers hands-on workshops and skill builders taught by people living in our own back yards. These skills range from anything from cheese and sausage making to coffee roasting to building solar panels and wind turbines. Think homesteading. Our workshops are for anyone who wants to connect with their neighbours in a meaningful and deeper capacity, take back our ability to be self-sufficient by learning how to do things for ourselves, and for those who have thought “I’ve always wanted to learn how to do that”.