Friday, September 12, 2008

Getting Our Feet Ready for Walking


My email inbox is often an amusing source of guidance. For instance, Paul and I are quite concerned about the need to move even though Santa Cruz has not been the best place for our healing practice. Most of our clients either travel to see us or work with us by phone and we want to be in a situation where our work will be more accessible. Yesterday I got this message from a spiritually-oriented marketing firm using spiritual messages as a way to gain attention for the variety of products they hope to sell:

` Whoever comes is the right people.
` Whatever happens is the only thing that could have.
` When it starts, is the right time.
` When it's over, it's over.

If you are neither learning nor contributing, you have a responsibility, to yourself and to others, to use your two feet and move to some place more to your liking.

Well, alright then. If they say it, it must be true! :-)

Our primary concern is where to go and how to get there. We're waiting to hear about an opportunity to work at a retreat center devoted to transformational growth and consciousness. We'd be able to live on the site, greet guests and be available to help make events and workshops run well. And we'd have the time we need to continue our practice and do our own work. Hopefully we'll know whether we're in the running for that in a few days.

Today's rabbit was contributed by Cherrypips in Hull, East Yorkshire, UK. I used to have family living in Hull, MA. I chose this one just because I liked it but after I posted it here I read part of the description used to sell this bunny brooch named Celandine:

Celandine loves flowers, spring meadows are her very favourite place. She loves the smell of new fresh grass and watching butterflies as they sweep around from daisies to buttercups.

She is cute and cuddly and looking to relocate!

Well, that sounds like me!

Cherrypips sells wonderful felt brooches and accessories. Very cheerful, colorful stuff. Check it out by clicking here.

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