Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Super Learning Opportunity in Wichita...

Leta’s “LOVE YOUR LIFE!” Class
An in-depth book study of The Journey Home, The Story of Michael Thomas and the Seven Angels
This book is a Kryon (www.kryon.com) parable rich in loving and uplifting spiritual wisdom.  We'll look at its meaning and application in daily life.  The class will be an extremely "Feel Great!" experience.
Kryon is a channeled entity similar to Abraham that comes through Esther Hicks (Money and The Law of Attraction, etc.).

The class is 8 weeks long, Thursday evenings from 7-9:30 pm. September 1/8/15/22, NO OCTOBER CLASSES, November 3/10/17, December 1
The cost is $150.  A deposit of $25 reserves your place in the class.  The balance is due by the end of the class--you do not have to pay it all up front!  The class will be held at Leta’s home in Wichita. Class size is limited to 12--get your reservation in early.  You need to purchase your own copy of the book--it is available on the Kryon website or Amazon.  There are NO prerequisites for this class, all are welcome!

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Foolishness is a good thing...

This quote comes from my mother-in-law's church bulletin, author unknown:
"May God bless you with enough foolishness to believe that you can make a difference in this world, so that you can do what others claim cannot be done."

Every single one of us DOES make a difference in the world.  We would not bother coming here if that were not the case.  So yes, let's have the foolishness to put ourselves to good use!  Do you have the confidence, courage, and persistence to try new things, or do you live in fear of failure or of what others may think of you? 

There's an element of joy and fun in "foolishness"--it truly is an adventure to push yourself beyond what you think are your limits.  Those personal limits don't actually exist--we can always do at least a bit more than we think we can.

I can think of lots of things that others claimed could not be done: people flying, a man on the moon, cures for various diseases, portable phones, and so on.  What great idea is lying within you? Do us all a favor and let your foolishness shine!

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Persistence and Patience

If one hangs out in time and space long enough, they'll inevitably learn it's through the twin gateways of persistence and patience that masters become masters, of all things.  Mike Dooley, Notes from the Universe

Persistence and patience—two things that require practice.  Speaking of practice, truly I believe that is the story of life here on earth.  Practice, practice, practice.  As babes, we practice walking until we “get it.” We practice reading and writing until we “get it.” Relationships are a life-long practice.  I could go on and on.   

One practice I especially love is yoga.  Not only is it good for me physically, but it also helps me tremendously with the aforementioned persistence and patience.  Persistent dedication to yoga has enabled me to develop great love for and patience with my body, and these spread into every area of my life.  The breathing practice that is an essential element of yoga gives me a vibrantly healthy, well-oxygenated body.  The balance practice in yoga brings balance into all aspects of living.  Yoga is definitely a path to mastery—why not give it a try?
Practicing joy,

Friday, August 5, 2011

A goofy quote

I heard this last night on Baseball Tonight, and I missed who said it--all I can say is that it's not original to me. 

"If you can fake sincerity, you've got it made."  This made me laugh out loud.  It makes my brain go, "Huh!?!?!"  I'm thinking it probably takes as much energy to FAKE sincerity as it does to just be sincere.  It's a goofy thought, but fun to roll around in your head.
Have a great weekend!
Cheers and joy (sincerely!),