Optimizing Our Ability To Work Together
While we may know that our partner is not opposing us, there are times when we feel in opposition to them. The more we connect through ‘Defenses’ the more co-dependent patterns limit our creative expression. Learning to use a Common Neutral Ground and minimizing Defensive self-identification can help us transition into a greater creative self-awareness. The more we discuss our differences and honor our similarities, the more likely we will be able to come to a Co-Creative result. What we need to remember is that there are many ways to express ourselves that will not minimize nor demean our partner’s options. The more we know about their creativity (particularly if we have the same primary creative expression), the easier it will be to align with them.
Improving our conflict-resolution skills is a key aspect of this course. There is not a simple prescription for how to be with a partner that will work. There is a way of being with each other that is built on a mutual appreciation, respect and esteem. We call this Common Neutral Ground, where we hold an independent space for the relationship itself. This allows us to separate our personal issues from the relationship space. When we use this as our baseline learning for working through difficult challenges, it gives us greater confidence and capacity to work on larger creative projects. The goal is to become more magnetic and synergistic so we can respond to opportunities and have a larger impact on the world. Co-Creative couples can be three to seven times more expressive because they have a better foundation and reflective balance that uplifts others around them.
This class builds upon the 15 Compatibility Factors by providing a comprehensive analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the relationship. It brings a large range of assessment tools and discussions so we can honor our intuitive nature and make our relationship a masterpiece of creative expression. The four parental assessments help us to identify (provide immediate answers regarding) conflicts that arise from family expectations and parental imprinting. Overall, it provides the basis for identifying our greatest mutual expressions and the capacity to recognize how we can best work as a team. These assessment tools provide a way to customize the general practices we will be learning in the course. The goal of this course is to understand how we can build a creatively empowered and fully expressed conscious partnership.
To register as a single person ($297), please contact Sandy Jaquith at: (303) 832-3707.
Free Intro Night: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Class Schedule: 12 Tuesdays, August 28 to November 13, 2018
Location: 2945 Center Green Court, Ste. E, Boulder, CO 80301
Class Times (Classroom or Webinar Format): 6pm-9pm MT
Price: The full Twelve Class Series is $497
Our Couples Discovery Assessment package is currently in development and it is recommended that all couples attend the Couples Creative Assessment process on September 15, 2018. Independent coaching sessions will be used as a backup process if couples are not able to attend this Couples Assessment process.
1. Radiant, Self Unifying Love
2. Skillful Relationship Building
3. Clearly Defining Our Relationship
4. Common Neutral Ground
5. Healing Attachments/Objectification
6. Healing Positions/Subjectification
7. Healing Projections/Idealization
8. Neutralizing Co-Dependence
9. Complete Communications
10. Resetting Pacing Expectations
11. Maximizing Co-Creativity
12. Relationship Fulfillment