And plenty of time left to go. Have noticed that virtually everything we own falls into two categories: rock specimens and fragile items. As long as I don’t put them together in the same box, I think we’ll be okay.
terryn1's Life List
1. live my life on my own terms, not trying to live up to the expectations of others
2. be an international woman of mystery
3. Donate 500 mosquito nets through Nothing But Nets
4. Give 4,000 cheers
How I did it: I ended up going to one of the longer retreats. While I can't say I've truly "mastered" the technique, I have incorporated it into my everyday life. Being able to just let things go quickly has allowed me to get off the emotional roller coaster, get out of physical pain, stop the constant babbling in my head, and feel clearer and more centered. Great way to learn how to "let go and let G-d" (or the Universe, or whatever). Read how I did it…
I released a lot of stress and came home to my hubby who had gotten a lot more done than I had anticipated. We have more than enough time now to get everything done. And everything is gonna be fine. Always is. Eventually. :)
Took the workshop. The cool thing about the workshops is that they force you to do a lot of practice in a very short time. Had a great time and came home feeling very, very good.
My practice of this technique has been very haphazard, to say the least, so it was nice to see additional gains from practicing and to realize that I had seen some gains previously, I just hadn’t been focusing on it.