I could not have asked for a better Monday morning re-entry into ordinary life than going for a short hike with Peter and Sheila.
They both wanted to know everything about the Hoffman Process and it was an absolute joy to talk about it and how it made me feel and how I see the changes in me.
Not to mention it was a joy to hike with two people I love. Sheila is one of the most beautiful, gentle, welcoming people I have ever known.
I do hope the photo expresses that sentiment fairly accurately.
Other than that, I think I had the longest nap ever because I have not slept well the last few nights. And then I picked raspberries (tons) and peas (also tons) and packed my closet. There is very little left to do. I want to give the house a bit of a sweep today – list what is left.
Organized – I do like to be organized because it gives my mind fewer things to think about.
And I’m taking the time to be quiet and to do my practices – it doesn’t have to be much – just enough to keep me closely in touch with my spirit – my authentic self.
And that makes me smile.