Eileen Workman experienced a profound spiritual awakening in 2007 while working as a financial adviser for Smith Barney. This caused her to leave the financial world and delve into "sacred economics"....She's written Sacred Economics: The Currency of Life as a means for inviting us to question our longstanding assumptions about the nature of capitalism and Raindroops of Love for a Thirsty World is Ms. Workman's second nonfiction offering summoning the wisdom of the Life Force that flows within us all....We'll discuss having a healthy sense of self-love to propel us beyond suffering and into the fullest, most beautiful expression of ourselves. She'll give us specific exercises to ground these ideas into one's life. We'll ask her if this is a repudiation of God and relition, and discuss Eileen's pereception of life as more than what modern science proposes, as well as how we restore the Divine Feminine in alignment with the Divine Masculine.
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