I had a nice time last night with my tribe. It’s been so long since I have brought my friends together on this night, I forgot a thing or two. Thankfully SB had my back and reminded me of the magical Kirk’s Folly Fairy Dust that I always sprinkle on my guests. When I see a random moon or star in a chair or on the front porch…it brings a smile to my face.
I picked this weekend for my first Reiki class for a couple of reasons. First, I took the solstice off so I had an extra day to prepare. Second, I thought the energy of the solstice would help things go well…which it did. Thirdly, as an added bonus…I was able to use leftover food from girl’s night as snacks today during the class.
Since this was my first class, all kinds of doubts and insecurities were running high. What if the attunement doesn’t work? What if people are unhappy with my teaching methods like I was from my first class? What if I can’t do it or do it wrong? These fears have been rolling around in my head the last couple of days. Thankfully I trudged on and everything went well.
I also attuned the Girl today and I was so proud of her…..the healing energy flows through her so easily. Her hands were the hottest of the group although when she feels the energy it’s cold which I thought was interesting.
The class ran smoothly for the most part. I do think that some post it tabs will help for the next class. I felt like I was searching the manual a little too much. I also still struggle with remembering Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen…so I cheated a bit…It worked so that’s all that matters. Someday I will remember it without help.
The sun has been out the past two days which is rare this year. I sat on the back porch the last two mornings drinking my coffee, watching the birds. This morning I brought the cat out. Mostly because he wouldn’t stop yelling at me. The grass is pretty thick because of all of the rain. I mowed the front on Friday and a couple of rows in the back before the mower said “not today”. I knew it would be rough to get it cut. One of the neighbors dropped by and offered to cut the side and back with his riding mower. I was both grateful and relieved at his offer. The thick grass shut his mower down more than once. There is a small patch in the back that still needs done but that is nothing compared to the time and struggle he has saved me.
All in all….the last two days have been pretty awesome….Zia