Friday, July 4, 2008

Settling In

It sometimes takes a little while to get used to a new space. I am experiencing this at work these days. I have moved my practice to a location at the Aquamarine Healing Center. The space is absolutely beautiful. My practice room is much smaller than what I am used to, having come from a space that was 24X26, but the smaller space creates an intensity in the energy that the larger space could not. It is also nice to see smiling faces greeting me when I arrive at work. My co-workers are the absolute best one could hope for.

Now that the move of the office is complete, I find myself in a state of slowing down and allowing all the changes of the past six months to sink in. I am glad that this part of all the changes is happening in the summer, because I like to slow down a bit in the summer anyway. I have my morning coffee on the balcony and look out over our beautiful city, and I now have a leisurely walk to work. It all feels good.

All these changes, although positive, do stir up some fears about personal capability and security. As I walk through these fears, I find myself getting stronger every day. Chogyam Trungpa said,"Through courage we do not reduce our fear, we go beyond it." Although I would really like the reduction aspect of it, I think I can live with the going beyond it aspect.

Blessed Be


1 comment:

Gail said...

Resistance is futile - you SHALL be assimilated. Seven-of-Nine

Yay! Though I walk through valley of the shadow of fear, I won't let it get the best of me, 'cause I'm even scarier than fear itself!