Thursday, June 17, 2010

A Bag of Many Cats

So much has been going on in my life (or just about to go on) that I haven't known where to begin---so I have just reported my day to day weaving here. I happened to be glancing at the ArgoKnot blog: "Where will you weave this summer" and I couldn't resist replying. I had been planning to make a big announcement here on my blog first, but I have these other big things happening before my trip to Montana and the Garden of 1000 Buddhas. to weave the His Holiness the Dalai Lama's horoscope to donate to help raise money for the completion of the garden.

Notes to myself from working with life coach:
1. Know what you need
2. First things first (funny I put that second on the list)
3. Make a plan
4. Stay open and grateful
5. Acknowledge
6. Ask for help
7. Plant seeds
8. Honor yourself
9. Prayer and centering

Always focus on the thrill of the unknown, instead of the terror. If you can manage to keep 51% of your attention on the thrill, the 49% that may still be with the terror will be powerless to affect you in any way.

Shut up so that you can hear i.e. stay "out of your mind as much as possible". Then listen very carefully. Obey whatever messages you receive immediately, and without hesitation, no matter what.

I listened and heard the title of a book WOMEN, FOOD AND GOD by Geneen Roth . I read the book, and it has changed my life---what else can I say.

Another huge thing (and there will be more about this as well) is that I am working with Cotton Clouds who will be featuring Color Horoscope Weaving kits in the booth at Convergence in a month! Much more to follow on this!

Oh yes, and did I mention that I am moving? If I haven't said where, it is because I don't have any idea---yet.


Valerie said...

sending lots of warm thoughts for you and this new journey.

And much appreciation for the weaving that you share.

randi said...

Congratulations on the Color WEaving Kits at Convergence! :)

Barbara said...

I love the advice in this post! ... I will check back often
Wishing the very best, Barbara