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Eckhart Tolle Pasadena Workshops Message Board › Possible Activities

Possible Activities

Robert B.
Group Organizer
Pasadena, CA
Post #: 1
Grace presented us with a list of some great activities at our last meetup.

Here we can discuss, flesh out, and choose which ones to try and how.


A former member
Post #: 4
Here are some of things we talked about tonight as possible activities we might want to do to build our relationships with one another:

Interactive Art - taking a canvas and doing your thing .... passing it on to another person and they add to it, etc.
Shrine Workshop
Beading - I have tons of beads to share
Dream Catcher Creations - In came up with this on our way home tonight.
Vision Board and Vision Book (to carry with you on your journey)
Chakra Workshop
Master Mind Groups
Bountiful Buddy System - Partnerships for abundance
Mind Mapping Workshop

And another field trip . . . to Agape!!!

What would you like to do?
What do you have to add to the list?

Robert B.
Group Organizer
Pasadena, CA
Post #: 2
Grace, could you describe the Master Mind group activity? Is this something we could do in the conference room?
A former member
Post #: 6
A mastermind group (inspired by Neapolitan Hill) is simply an alliance of two or more individuals dedicating themselves to a specific goal.

The benefits of having a supportive mastermind group are plenty:

1.You have a group of people available to help you succeed.
2.You get the benefit of differing perspectives, input and feedback.
3.Your mastermind team can bring resources and connections to the table you might not have had on your own.
4.You receive accountability and inspiration from the group, thus enabling you to maintain focus in achieving your goals.

There are two basic types of mastermind groups: One which is focused on the success and vision of one individual, and one that is focused on helping everyone in the group.

To create a mastermind group that is dedicated to helping you achieve your personal goals, you can simply reach out to people in your network and explain to them that you are seeking their help as an advisor and part of your mastermind team. Consider this your own personal board of directors.

The above was taken from this site if you'd like to read more: http://www.feelgoodgi...­
And here's more: http://www.mastermind...­

I think we could do this in the conference room, perhaps after our regular meeting. Or we could break up into groups and work individually and then come together and collectively share our results.
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