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Power, Rank & Privilege: Playing With The Cards You Have

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This workshop (formerly called ‘Playing with your Power’) presents you with a very tangible and understandable way of looking at your power, privilege and rank.

Rank, power and privilege are everywhere. They govern what we can and can’t do, how we conduct ourselves in conflicts, how relationships evolve… and our happiness.

Privileges are sometimes given to us at birth, and sometimes we earn them. They give us the rank and power we experience in relation to others. Privileges are far more nuanced than simply being something that some have, and others don’t; there are many different types of privilege, and they interact in some fascinating ways. They sometimes feel positive, and sometimes negative. And the ones we think are going to bring us what we want in life often fail to do so.

This workshop presents you with a very tangible and understandable way of looking at privilege. It will make sense of or provide alternative perspective on a lot of the things in your world.

You will then be shown more about how to gain access to the privileges you don’t have, and how sharing the ones you do have is one of the most reliable paths to happiness currently known to us.

The material includes time spent considering what happens when those with power use it selfishly or without awareness. However, we’re going to have so much more fun than simply leaving the topic there. And no-one will be shamed for having certain privileges; we take a very different approach.

This workshop is likely to suit those interested in self-development and self-awareness. It will benefit people in relationships, or people with an interest in ethics and politics. It will be of interest to those who want to understand (and be more at peace with) how they fit into the great social scheme of things, and to people who want to do more things in the world, and for whom more power would be useful.

This workshop will be of interest to those that identify as having a lot of privileges, and those that don’t.

Facilitator: Roger Butler

Power, Rank & Privilege is presented by Roger Butler, who’s been the principal facilitator and driving force behind Curious Creatures for nine years. Their training is in sexuality, facilitation, and counselling, and they’re easily one of Australia’s most prolific sexuality facilitators. Find out more about Rog and the team on the Curious Creatures' website.

This is one of ~30 workshops offered by Curious Creatures (Australia’s biggest provider in the field). If you’re interested in this event you may want to check out ‘Turning Relationship Lead into Gold: working with conflict’.

Or the online version of ‘Turning Relationship Lead into Gold’.
See all in-person, online, and pre-recorded workshops at the website.

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For this workshop, tickets range in price from $90 to $140, per person.

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