It’s been a while. There has been and continues to be a lot of change, both within as without.
In August, I took an advanced Access Consciousness® class called the Symphony of Possibilities. That class rocked my world, changed a lot within me and continues to do so. Sometimes I compare it to a major earthquake with plenty of aftershocks. I have begun to trade sessions with ‘class mates’ and friends who have taken it. Each session results in new awarenesses. I am now beginning to give sessions to people. You can find information on the page Private Sessions.
I have been busy setting everything up for people to register and then to start the New Year with an online community called ‘Creating Your Life’. What would I like to create here and for whom? That has been the question for me and it has been morphing from one into the next for a while. For the time being is seems to be stable and I am curious how it will continue. If you would like to find out more, you can subscribe to my newsletter or go to the page I have on this site. There is also a separate website for the community where I will post. The intention for that site is to become a resource for people who would like to consciously crate their lives. There is so much more to creating one’s life than we imagine. Come join and find out.
A few days ago, I took a Bars class with the founder of Access Consciousness, Gary Douglas (it was live streamed from Australia) . I got together with 5 other brave souls and not only did we all learn so much, we also had a blast. Here is a photo we took towards the end of the class (past midnight)
What is your relationship to change? Is it something you avoid, something you are ok with or something you desire? How is this relationship impacting your life? Does it keep your life stable and is that something you desire? Or does it give you a sense of life being an adventure? Now neither one is right or wrong; they both are just choices. For me change is something I desire more and actually choose. As a result my life is now an adventure and, I have to say, becoming much more interesting and fun. What is all possible? How many ‘colors’ can be in my life?