In this class, we will gain facility with economic theory in order to engage and deconstruct it in service of spiritual grounding, personal liberation, and social change. Despite the illusion of disembodied objectivity presented by mainstream academics, economics is fundamentally interactive. To that end, we will complement discussions about contemporary economic thought with image theater, forum theater, and other rituals to demechanize our habitual relations with money. All participants will collaborate to create a supportive and safe environment for receiving and transforming individual stories of scarcity, greed, exploitation, indebtedness, gratitude, abundance, forgiveness, renunciation, sacrifice, generosity, and other relevant experiences. The class is designed for people who have avoided economics classes and terminology out of aversion or fear and those who are familiar with the concepts and have found them inadequate or spiritually harmful. Others are welcome.