Little Miss Sunshine

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On the off chance you've been wondering why I haven't posted a blog entry in almost a week, it's because I've been super busy with getting the newsletter ready to go out Tuesday. I've read that email newsletters are passé. I've read that, instead of publishing a newsletter, savvy online marketers just recommend putting everything in their blog.

Here's the problem with that for me: I love creating the newsletter! I love almost everything about it. I love deciding what goes in it, I love writing new articles, I love choosing the photo, I love working with Tony, our webmaster, on it, and I love seeing it all toget
her, and I love that delicious moment it arrives in my inbox, because I know it's also arrived in yours.

For me, it feels like creating a special gift and sending it out is presenting it to you. Besides, knowing a new season has come and it's time to get a new newsletter out is a big motivator for me. It prompts me to write and to think about what I want to share as news and as insights. Yes--a newsletter is a valuable thing for me. And hopefully, for you! So don't expect it to go away anytime soon. According to Rick and Tony, this coming issue is the best yet, so look for it Tuesday.

If you aren't on my email list, just look to the right of this page and add your email address in the little yellow box. You'll get more than just the quarterly newsletter when you do--my newsletter subscribers also get the access information for the free teleseminars I offer monthly (approximately!).

Just a quick report on my session with Master Chunyi Lin (see the last blog post for more on this). It was fascinating--mostly because there was so little to it on my end! Probably if I had been in the room with him, I would have seen him doing something, but as it was, we said a few words of greeting, he asked me to drink some water and get comfortable while he did his thing. I was on the phone with him for 5 minutes during which there was silence, then he said, "Hang up the phone and go meditate for 30 minutes." So I did. Immediately when I started to meditate, I burst into tears for no apparent reason, and sobbed for 2-3 minutes. I did not resist this at all, and actively let go to it, as it felt to me like an important emotional release.

Other than that, and a bit of sinus clearing, I really could not tell much of a change had occurred, and I was disappointed that my knees were stiff when I got up. BUT, it's more than 48 hours later, and my knees are much better AND I haven't needed anything for pain. So I'm thinking my session with Master Lin is at least partly responsible for that. More than anything, I have felt an inner psychological/emotional shift. I feel very much more optimistic about my physical situation. And that's worth a LOT! I am very grateful.

Oooohhh--and one more thing. Since the weather was not conducive to aspen viewing yesterday, and Rick had taken the day off so we could go, we went to see the movie Little Miss Sunshine. In a word: GO!

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