No that's the wrong description. It's been a sacred exploration; each of us effectively following our own path but within the container of sacred space held for us initially by Janet Conner.
I say initially because it soon became crystal clear how each of us were holding the others in this sacred space. The level of sharing and mutual support has been profound and I speak as one who has organised sacred space events online.
The formal part of the exploration is almost at an end; we have one more session in February but the daily integration of the work we've done is now beginning.
One of the things that concerned me when I chose speakers for my online events was how practical were the things they were offering my listeners. Because it's easy for any of us to get a high from an event or course and then feel that drop in energy as soon as it's over.
That's why I always asked questions of my speakers about integration and practical ways of using what they offered when we're in the heat of the moment with families, work colleagues or drivers on the road.
And that's why this group has felt different. The integration is a part of it from day one and now that part of it will become the focus - daily integration not only in our minds but in our bodies.
It's back to my posts about music and baking with soul.
Soul and therefore with love.