A little less heavy
I don't know if it was the latest full moon (did anyone else see the moon bow?) or if it was the residual physical and energetic toll from my surgery but holy crap I have been all of the emotions...Well, the heavy, not so fun ones. It's inevitable, being human is a really long roller coaster ride and it's not always fun but this is how we evolve, right?
Today I feel a little less weighed down by my burdens, I am in no way 100% sunshine but I feel a bit of warmth through the cracks, it is a bit of a relief from the pain of my reality lately, dramatic as that sounds. I just finished a group energy session with my friend and teacher Corrina Porterfield, she hosts an online zoom session on Thursday's at 7:30 PST called "Auric Energetics" https://www.corrinaporterfield.com which I highly recommend if you are open to this kind of thing. I will say that I have been helped immensely over the years by delving into energy healing and working with those who are proficient in it, I can also say that Corrina is a wonderful person and healer but I totally understand this kind of thing is not comfortable for everyone. We have to figure out what works for us as individuals, I despise those claims that some make that their way is the only way, it's just not true and if it was we would all probably die of boredom most likely, ha! I personally have experienced benefits from this kind of work and am certain that it has helped me navigate through the muck that I can sometimes get stuck in physically and emotionally.
On another subject I am actually going to participate in a "Last Thursday" event at a local wine bar called "Cellar Dog" on October 27th between 5:30 and 7:30pm! I haven't been able to do something like this in literally years. I will be offering my books for sale as well as a few other items I am going to try to make and put together. I wasn't sure I would ever be able to do something like this again...It's kind of weird, scary and cool that I am starting to venture out into the world again in this way, it's seriously like a dream.
Speaking of dreams, my husband Charles just got back home from a quick trip to Rome, Italy where the sequel of his and his friend James' movie played! How cool is it that these middle aged adult men are making movies that are being played in a film festival in Italy?! This is a prime example of how we should never quit trying to do new, fun things! These two are accidental film makers and I am glad they are! I wish more people could think outside of their boxes, they might surprise themselves.
Until next time ❤️
(Best friends from grade school, James and my husband Charles, NOW accidental film makers screening their film in Rome, Italy they pose gleefully in front of the Trevi Fountain. A reminder to keep playing no matter your age or adult profession. Life can keep being interesting if you want it to even when other aspects are tough.)