Lola Georg facilitates workshops on the Spirituality of Money.
To develop a common spiritual language around monetary issues.
To understand how our monetary choices are spiritual choices that reflect our values.
To recognize the impact on the relationships of our monetary choices.
Money as Promise – Origins of money, family of origin messages about money, trust and the trustworthiness of currency, value of money, what has value, what does not have value, what do we have faith in, what do we not have faith in
Money as Relationship – Money as transaction, which means that there is a relationship – either between people, between a person and an institution, or between institutions. Money as a blessed transactions and representing right relationship between the parties
Money as Commonwealth – Taxes and tithing are was of providing for the common good, care for those less fortunate, sharing what we hold in common, biblical references to jubilee
Money as Obligation – Debt, power structures around debt, debt forgiveness, biblical references to forgiveness and forgiveness of debt as a spiritual practice
Money as Investment – Moving our money into action by how we invest or divest in people and institutions, how do we put our values into action through our monetary transactions, do our current investments reflect our values?
Money as Accountability – Review, reflection on how our monetary choices reflect our values, what is our sacred responsibility, and the right order of our relationships, budgets, financial statements, and audits as documents for spiritual reflection on how our money is used in the world