Exploring the mind, energy and the next 50 years with EO Munich
November 20, 2013 • Speaking
We did our first event with EO Munich on 16 Oct 2012, and the event was a great success. So much so that the chapter decided to explore Part 2 of the Art of Balancing Life a little over a year later.
The event took place on Tuesday, November 19th. We had 47 people attend the half day event; about 33 members and 14 spouses. We began with a quick recap of Part 1: understanding how the mind works and viewing balanced living from the perspective of managing energy. In Part 2 we dove deeper into understanding the various states of mind, how to cultivate creativity and one’s intuitive faculties, as well as understanding the subconscious mind in order to remove negative thought patterns and replace them with positive ones.
This event included two sessions. The morning portion ended at 2:30 pm, and the 2 hour afternoon intensive session was limited to only 15 people. In this session we explored each individual’s life goals, his or her life’s purpose, and developed a personalized 50 year plan. Though the 50 year plan was particular to each person, we incorporated spouses and children into the big picture, lending to a holistic and stabilized visualization for each participant.
I truly enjoyed this event and working with the wonderful EO Munich chapter. The audience was comprised of chapter members and their spouses who were all eager to enhance and enrich their lives. I look forward to 2014 and another great event in Munich.
We were able to record some video testimonials and we’ll share this with you over the next couple of days.
Here are some photos from the event:
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