Want to Co-Create Good, Healthy Relationships in the New Year?
Sundays January 5 through February 23, 2014
11 AM to 1 PM
Come and learn how to transform competitive relationships of separation (MeWay) to collaborative relationships of connectivity (The WeWay) in order to truly learn to love your neighbor, your spouse, your family, yourself and yes, even your boss!
The textbook for this consciousness study is “Co-Creating Good, Healthy Relationships: Living “The WeWay” With Everyone, Every Day” by Wendy Foxworth, who lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We are fortunate to have Wendy serve as Director of the Center for Consciousness Education and debut her new book with us. Wendy has spent twenty-five years as a spiritual teacher and relationship coach studying the evolution of human behavior.
Wendy says, “The only reason relationships don’t last is because of unmet expectations. If you can co-create relationships based on shared values and are committed to fulfilling 100% of partner expectations, you can create a rewarding and enjoyable relationship that will last even through the toughest of times.”
During the study you will hear about Wendy’s painful experience as a successful Christian minister in a large and growing congregation and how she discovered the possibilities of living life in the WeWay that profoundly reshaped the direction her life. Losing her home, spouse, job, friends, family, and reputation, she found new life and purpose as a spiritual consciousness–studies teacher and Relation-Shift Coach by embracing her journey and living now, in the WeWay.
Invest two hours every Sunday from 11 AM to 1 PM for eight weeks to learn how to leave behind past demanding, controlling and blaming ways of relating (MeWay models of interaction) and increase your capacity to interact in positive, creative, loving, and respectful ways (WeWay model of interaction) in all relationships. We guarantee you that this investment of your time will cost much less that the thousands of dollars people spend annually to manage the “us versus them” power struggles of MeWay relationships.
Come learn how to co-create relationships that work uniquely for you.