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Creative Life Series Seminar 3: Prosperity/Abundant Living

Creative Life Series Seminar 3: Prosperity/Abundant Living

Creative Life Series Seminar 3: Prosperity/Abundant Living

Jim Morningstar, PhD
Jim Morningstar, PhD
on behalf of Transformations Inc.

$47.00 $ 47.00 $ 47.00

$47.00 $ 47.00 $ 47.00

$ 47.00 $ 47.00 $ 47.00
$ 47.00 $ 47.00 $ 47.00
Normal Price: $47.00 $47.00

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Launch date: 17 Nov 2016
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Last updated: 07 Sep 2018

Reference: 167085

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Early life influences toward prosperity will be put in context of
current behaviors. How one's attitudes effect habits of earning,
spending, saving and investing and how this impacts one's overall
sense of safety and happiness will be explored. Many practical
exercises and practices will be given to identify and alter
ineffective patterns.
The text, Spiritual Psychology, Milwaukee, WI: Transformations Incorporated, Revised Third Edition, 1998, by Jim Morningstar, Ph.D., is an adjunct to completion of exercises and further reading.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
Objective 1:
Specify family attitudes toward prosperity and their present
influence
Objective 2:
Learn tools for altering behaviors around earning, spending and
saving
Objective 3:
Distinguish between wealth and accumulation,
Objective 4:
Create specific affirmation for attitude change toward prosperity.
Jim Morningstar, PhD

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Jim Morningstar, PhD
on behalf of Transformations Inc.

Jim Morningstar, PhD is the Director of Transformations Incorporated, Jim has held licensure as a clinical psychologist since 1973, receiving distinguished honors as an ABPP practitioner five year later. He was an outpatient clinic director in the 1970s, a member of the American Psychological Association since 1975 and was an an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health Sciences at the Medical College of Wisconsin.He is a clinical supervisor, seminar leader and has pioneered in the integration of psychotherapy with such mind/body techniques as breathwork and bio-spiritual energetics. He founded the School of Integrative Psychology in1980 and the Transformations Breathworker Training Program in 1990 and has authored four books in the field of spiritual psychology: Family Awakening (1984), Spiritual Psychology (rev. 1998),Breathing in Light and Love (1994; revised eBook 2014) and The Complete Breath: A Professional Guide to Health and Wellbeing (2012).

Jim is the originator of Therapeutic Breathwork (tm), director of one of the longest standing breathwork training centers in the world, and co-director and founder of the Global Professional Breathwork Alliance, setting ethical and training standards for the field of dyadic breathworkhttp://breathworkalliance.com/.

Jim’s 33 years of courses in integrative psychology have been recorded and put online for Lifelong Learning, Continuing Education for Professionals, and Certificate Programs in Personal Integration Studies and Therapeutic Breathwork Studies. Through his training programs, 4 levels of breathworker certification can be obtained as a professional breathworker. Jim travels and teaches internationally.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC)
  • 4.00 Units -
    Reference: 81642
  • National Board for Certified Counselors
  • 4.00 Units

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