On Time

I’m bordering on a cliché.  I’m finally in a book club.  I’ve wanted to be in one for years.  I even tried to start one with my college friends post-graduation—no one wanted to participate.  But here it is, finally a formal yet casual setting for me to talk about one of my greatest loves: the written word!  Our first meeting is this coming Friday… and I’m on chapter two of the book.  So there’s the cliché and the reason I will keep this short today: I will not be the one in book club who didn’t read the book.

Reading a book takes time.  I don’t read as much when the day job is in session because the story we tell ourselves is often about a lack of time.  That said, I’m at a tipping point now because, with full gratitude to my mindfulness and Spirit Junkie journeys, I feel like time is expanding.  I’ve reach this glorious place where I don’t feel that manic grasping for time to get stuff done.  I literally feel like I have all the time in the world.  In reality, we all do.

I’m someone who has always been able to “feel” time.  Just ask Bestie—junior year of college, she lived directly below me.  I lived in dorm room 620; she lived in 520.  I’d IM her things like “be down in 3 minutes” or “7 minutes” and she’d often marvel at the precision of my arrival.  Most people flippantly say “2 minutes” or “a few seconds” or what-have-you.  I was born with a fastidious internal clock.  Maybe I’m part-Italian and part-Rolex.

Let me say it again—we have all the time in the world.  When we pay attention, on purpose and with purpose, that time expands for us to do our life’s work, to bask in complete happiness and hopefully combine those two concepts.  Now, it feels like the perfect time to start chapter two.  Much love.

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Alexa and Josie 2

We kicked off September with a visit to sisters Alexa and Josie!  There’s something so special about repeat clients—to watch their growth and be part of their opening up and healing is so special to me.

I started the session with some lavender essential oil in my palms and Frankincense on my third eye chakra.  I worked with Josie first.  She hung back in her enclosure for most of our session.  She “showed” me the words family, strength and unity.  She “told” me that she loves the fall season, the upcoming holidays and the family that will be around.  Working on her crown chakra, she feels settled in and she’s calmer than our last session together.  When working on Josie’s heart chakra, I felt a cracking open—not in a bad way!  Strong blues and yellows swirled (I’m “getting” more and more colors; I should tune into that!) through this cracking open, almost like a release of past struggles, rising toward the future!

Alexa came out of her castle and I moved over to her pen.  She “showed” me the number 4.  We did a lot of work on her solar plexus chakra.  Alexa was much more open than our last session together but she’s still guarded.  She showed me a journey, more specially a road with one person walking on it.  She has a message for her mom, which I told mom to watch for in our post-session recap.  Alexa also gave me the number 333 or 9, depending on how you interpret the numbers.  Let’s talk about that for a moment…

Doreen Virtue’s Angel Numbers 101, a resource I use more frequently than I use a dictionary or even Wikipedia, shares that number sequences are the most common ways that angels communicate with us.  According to Virtue, 333 means, “You are completely surrounded, protected, love and guided by the benevolent ascended masters.”  Since I have the book out… 9 is about moving forward with your life’s purpose—the time to hesitate is through!  4 means that the angels are with you.

Such beautiful messages and beautiful work with two beautiful bunny girls.  Thank you Kim for allowing me time to work with them.  Much love.

Alexa and Josie
Photo Credit: Kim, Alexa and Josie’s mom