Room for a few more people this coming Saturday 1:30-5:30 at my cottage in Seattle, doing The Work from start to finish on a stressful situation in your life….current or past.
Mental health therapists can earn 4 CEUs.
$70 for materials, yummy snacks, tea, sweet people (always) and deleting stressful beliefs!
Read more about it and register HERE.
Yesterday an interesting experience happened with one of my teleclass programs (Eating Peace).
Lots of the participants are listening via the web or even on the phone, following along but staying muted in listen-only mode, their choice.
This means only 2 people are actually live on the call doing inquiry.
I had a few concerned thoughts.
Is everyone getting what they need?
Is this OK?
Are the people listening following along well enough?
I’ve got beginners and very experienced all mixed up together.
This is a familiar little worried energy. Like a mama hen clucking around wanting to make sure all is well.
People have this kind of feeling come flowing through at parties, social gatherings, family dinners, meetings, conferences, performances.
Anywhere people are gathered together for a purpose.
But it can be really stressful for both the person holding the belief that everyone needs to be enjoying themselves, or getting something….AND the people who should be having a meaningful time.
Who would you be without the belief that I need to make sure everyone’s getting their needs met? That I know how things should be in order to go smoothly?
I’d be in the present moment, on the call, facilitating The Work, trusting everyone on the call to be exactly where they are, getting what they need, working with what they’re working with.
Not assuming I know what’s going on, or what needs to happen.
Simply being at service.
What a relief.
Isn’t it strange, the urge to fuss and fidget and go over there into other peoples’ business making sure everyone’s OK?
What would it be like to give up that job?
Turning the thought around….
….Everyone is getting exactly what they need. Everyone is doing what they need to do in this moment. All is very well. Relax.
“We’re finally hearing the voice in our heads. This voice has been telling us that this moment isn’t enough, that life isn’t enough. We let that voice tell its lies. We simply rest in presence whenever we notice it.” ~ Scott Kiloby