Passion, striped shirts, and vanilla lattes
I am so blessed to have been able to attend Wendy’s Passion Test workshop last weekend. While I wasn’t in the best of shape (no need to stay out until 6 in the morning – I am not 20 anymore… and I am closer to 40 than 30), WOW, did I get a lot out of it. First and foremost, I love being more in touch with my top 5 passions, and creating the opportunity to move, choose, create, decide in support of those TOP 5! I’m telling you NOW, sign up for her next one… it will fill up quick! My #1 passion – to be influenced by my connection to Source, not by what other people think. WHOA NELLY! Second, it SOOOOOO cool to see how the work is showing up. For example, I had a great conversation with my boyfriend about masculine and feminine and what it means to each to surrender, somewhere in the midst of this, he got a phone call, and I observed that he might be a while (sounded business related). In that moment, I could have sat still, and waited patiently, or I could surrender to the moment, and choose in alignment with my passion. I LOVE organizing space and creating synergy or systems of organization in closets, cupboards and the like. Crazy you say? Well, perhaps a bit OCD. Thats what you say – I say its a gift, and comes from source. Following my desire and my passion I made my way to his closet and started working my magic… pants here, t-shirts there, winter stuff on bottom, summer stuff up top… long sleeve, short sleeve, and even color coordinated. I am just guessing, but there might have been somewhere in the ball park of 27 striped shirts! He came in after getting off the phone and I greeted him with, “No more striped shirts!” He laughed out loud, “I like stripes!” Upon seeing what I had created in that little room in the back of his bedroom, he was truly grateful, and impressed. WOW! That looks amazing! And I know where everything is!
Letting go of being so influenced by what people think (including my own inner self judgments), allowing spirit to move through me, whether organizing a closet or sipping on a vanilla latte at Aurora… what a joy!