Dear angels, God, Ascended Masters, Entities of Light, saints, Mother Gaia (Earth) . . . and any and all beings for the good of all concerned, thank you for another day and for being a part of it.
Trying to get back in the communication groove. In the next few days I plan to post IT ALL: upcoming workshops, blog (this post!), youtube dream video for Teri Karl, youtube metaphysical video for WeAreValuableMedia, Facebook Live on Creating a Bug Free Mind . . . gotta get caught up, y’all!
I sank into a depression for a while yesterday. I got dark, felt hollow, had a good cry — all that good stuff. Now that I’ve had some time to process it, I realize it sprouted from 2 things:
- The often inevitable crash downward after soaring to new heights of bliss.
- Returning to “reality” after a glimpse of my dream life.
At the lunch reception after my wedding this past weekend, I turned to Brian in a state of complete bliss and told him: “I could die right now.” (Not that I wanted to just yet – no worries!) I was just that happy. The wedding went so perfectly that it all felt — and surely was — divinely guided. My favorite birds were there at the ceremony with us (egrets), the weather was perfect (partly cloudy and 60’s), the scenery was amazing (ocean view), everyone arrived on time — actually everyone was early!, everyone’s outfits were amazingly coordinated, the presider did a fantastic job, I had 4 fantastic photographers (all immediate family members!), the food was great, the events were great, the company was great — it was all so amazing!
And then we came home. Everyone went back to work. And it was snowing when we arrived in Chicago. I’ve been reflecting a lot on what my dream living situation is, and I’ve talked with Brian about it as well. First of all, I would certainly love to spend most of my time in a climate of 50 degrees or higher. I have an uneasy peace with this Chicagoland climate. Second, I really don’t want to stay in one place. It is not the location that draws me (although I do feel quite at home in California). It is the adventure that does. Experiences like the Camino in Spain and this recent trip to California were perfect because every day was different. I love the newness. I love to taste.
So, I have no dream location to live in. I have a dream lifestyle. It’s a dream of adventure. of new sites and experiences. This is what “enjoying life” means to me — which just happens to be my new year’s resolution for this year! ❤ It’s something I’ve re-stepped into the last few years, and it’s something I will continue to embrace for the rest of my life.
Here’s to many more adventures for me, for you, and all the dreamers! Much love and many blessings. ❤