Money & The Nervous System
INSTANT ACCESS TO THIS 4 Week Course for Women to Increase Confidence and Capacity
Are you living month-to-month just getting by but without saving for the future?
Do you feel shame about your money situation?
Do you use words like “abundance” and “prosperity” to avoid saying “money”?
Do you prioritize the needs of your children or your family and often sacrifice your own?
Are you compensating for inequality in the world by accepting less or working more, making up for your privilege?
Money & The Nervous System is for You if:
If you're Reading this it's because:
Money & The Nervous System Free Class:
This class is about your personal relationship to money
why I Created this Class:
Money has not always been easy for me. I don’t have a degree in business or finance. I never set out to be, nor glorified being, an entrepreneur. Eleven years ago, when I became a single mom, I realized I would have to take yoga teaching from a calling to a career or I would need to find another “real” job.
All my ideas about doing what I loved, being happy without money, and just doing the work and not being attached to the outcome changed then. I could no longer just be in the present moment. I had to consider the future. I had to be rational in a way that felt counter to my spiritual beliefs. It also felt deeply uncomfortable for me to want more living in countries with such deep equality. I felt like I was making up for world inequalities, poverty, the evils of capitalism by remaining small and using and acquiring very little.
Little by little I have come out of the money fog, able to bring in, sustain and manage bigger and bigger amounts of money. As a result I have also been able to structure my life and time in a way that I am serving people how I want to be.
I still work a lot.
I am able to donate sessions and it’s not taking away from what I can offer my daughter or cutting in to my own time for exercise or taking care of my body. I am able to unofficially mentor people and feel good about not charging, because I have other, varied revenue streams that I feel great about.
I can set my session prices intuitively and for what is right for me, my clients and my family. I have more choice and am involved in higher level, more impactful strategic conversations. I can fund projects and studies that I believe in.
It feels really good to have the external world in the form of money reflect my internal heart of service and effort that I am putting out into the world. The truth is that I was working hard and cared a lot before. There was just a lot that I didn’t understand about money, and my relationship to money.
That’s what I want to share with you here. People say, “money doesn’t solve money problems.”
SOMETIMES MONEY DOES SOLVE MONEY PROBLEMS
Become a Jaguar with Your Financial Life.
This course is for:
Online Course Format:
Week by week description:
Week one: Containment: Embodying “Yes” and “No”
Week two: Over-giving the dynamic of giving and receiving
Week three: Increasing capacity to weather conflict
Week four: Orienting and centering
This Class is NOT About:
Giving up your daily latte
Making money in your sleep
Developing a portfolio
Mentorship or business strategy
This Class is About:
Developing a conscious, satisfying and realistic relationship to money
Emerging from avoidance, overwhelm and denial
Learning the importance of building your own wealth so you can become an even more impactful activist
Repatterning your survival wiring so that it’s not running the show
Examining your relationship to giving and receiving
Kimberly Ann Johnson
Kimberly Ann Johnson is the bestselling author of the early mothering classic The Fourth Trimester: Healing Your Body, Balancing Your Emotions and Restoring Your Vitality published in seven languages around the world. She recently released her latest book Call of The Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Own Power, And Use It For Good.
A sought after practitioner and lead authority in postpartum health, Johnson has been working hands-on in integrative women’s health and trauma recovery for more than a decade.
Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Vogue, New York Magazine’s The Cut, Harper’s Bazaar, Today.com and many more. She is the host of the Sex, Birth and Trauma podcast with over half a million unique downloads.
As women, MONEY is the driver of many of our relationship, career and health care choices both consciously and unconsciously.
Money is related to our survival needs and therefore our relationship to money can be intense to untangle, and intricately connected to our nervous system.
It may be complicated, but it’s possible.
We have to go deeper.
Willpower is not enough.
That deeper layer is this course.