Germany - Land of Ideas has honoured us with their "Beyond Crisis" award for our Spoon Rooms. The certificate bears the beautiful subtitle "When others only saw crisis, you showed innovative spirit and developed solutions for the future. We are very happy about this...
During this Zoom conference, Nadjeschda Taranczewski interviewed Rivka about the effects and representation of money in the body. Rivka guided us through a series of exercises that help us connect with our money reality on a physical level and create a new attention to money – both on the level of the body and the mind.
During the lively conversation with Peter we covered questions such as:
What is ‘moneywork’?
What is the ‘normal regime’ and what the ‘natural regime’?
What keeps us stuck in the normal regime and why don’t we do what we really want to do in life?
What are the three types of projections onto money?
How do we reclaim that which we have projected?
Even if it often appears otherwise in everyday life, money is only one thing: a medium – physical or virtual – on to which we project, as if onto a neutral screen, our fantasies, desires, and insecurities. You may think this is a bold statement, given that you know for a fact you need money to pay your rent or mortgage, to buy food, to pay for your holiday. So, what do we mean when we say that…
In her interview with Hans Balmaekers from Get on Purpose, Nadjeschda speaks to questions such as:
– What is purpose?
– How is purpose connected to our values and how might we become aware of our values?
– What does purpose mean in a collective context and why organisation can not have shared values and purpose?
– Who defines the purpose of an organisation and how this relates to the principle of Source?
The outbreak of Covid-19 has clearly turned all our lives upside down. Most of us have come to terms with the new situation, but the quarantine requirements are not pleasant for anyone. We hear from many people that they feel lost somewhere in the tension between...
The Fall is, for many people, a time to look back, to contemplate and to say goodbye. I choose this post to share about a very personal goodbye. In October, my mother died of her bone-marrow cancer. Due to the…
Today’s topic looks at the importance of identifying the starting point of an idea or a project. Who was the original creator, the inventor, the initiator (which I shall refer to as the Source)? How are upsets in teams connected to this concept of source? Why do some projects simply not work and why do we often react miffed and protective when it comes to sharing our ideas? And how does it influence…