When I set these up I had no idea what an adventure it would become for me. I've had feedback from participants that it's been helpful to them to create shifts in their lives also. But like anything we attempt to teach or offer, we often, well always if we're honest, are the ones who gain the most.
With any new venture it's hard not to set goals and fixed things we want to happen but what I've found over the last two years is that no matter the goal, no matter if we reach it (in our estimation), the riches that we gain far outweight the courage needed to begin.
My experience has included almost being paralysed with fear to take a step forward, receiving unexpected and beautiful synchronicities and gifts far beyond anything I could have imagined.before I started.
It's led me to inspiring mentors, new friendships and the learning that inevitably contains ups and downs as a part of stretching far beyond my comfort zone.
As I approach this year's event I've already experienced dealing with the unexpected, being supported beautifully, a sense of delight in delving to a subject that is vital for any of us leading a spiritual path but especially for those of us writing or wanting to.
Self-enquiry becomes a lifelong practice, passion I might say. Not because we're navel gazing but because we're applying ourselves to honour the whole person we are, light and shadow and through our enquiry stretching ourselves to live the fullest most abundant (in all senses) life we can.
The path will take us to unexpected places which is both scary and joyful. Sometimes we need a resting place and support.
I offer you an invitation to this year's event where you can find both for a while. And who knows what shifts you might enjoy as a result of listening to our speakers.
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