Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Counting Down the Final Hours

 Loving ourselves and life from where we are 

I’m counting down to contentment — to the starting date of my new sacred journey course,Creating a Life of Contentment,"  which begins Sept. 15. For one entire year we will travel together as intimate companions: to relax, let go and rest into Love; to discover the bliss of our own life. I hope you will join me! You can learn all about it here. 

What's Cooking and Where Do We Go From Here?

This blog journey into Contentment has nearly come to an end. Though I don't think it's really ending, but I'll say more about that in a moment.

Class begins tomorrow (or today, depending on when you read this) and for 12 full months I'll be traveling deeper into Contentment with (at this count) nearly 40 remarkable women. I am delighted and thrilled—and heartfully committed!— to being in a sacred circle of serenity for one year with them.

Dear reader, if you are still on the fence about taking this one-of-a-kind course, I have a short audio message for you. Perhaps it will seal your fate as a Soon-To-Be-Contented Chick!

Listen here. (4 minutes)

And if you are still not sure, or want to learn more, please visit here and read the juicy details.

Class begins on Thursday, Sept. 15 but I am accepting late registrations through Sept. 30.

Alright, so here is the rub for me.

I have so enjoyed writing about Contentment that I don't really want to stop. There's more to say apparently.

(I never did pretend to understand how the Muse works. All I know is we just have to listen to her.)

Honestly, I am feeling a little bit like Julie Powell who started blogging about and cooking through Julia Child's cookbook. At the end of a year, 524 recipes later, she had a book. Then a movie based on the book—every writer's dream, of course.

I am wondering what it would feel like to write about Contentment for an entire year? Do you think I might be beyond contented by the time I'm done? Or at the very least, have a book?

I certainly have not been whipping up mouth-watering Beef Bourguignon like Julie and Julia but I do feel like I've been rousing an extra large helping of happiness these days. I know that I feel marvelous right now, more contented than I've ever been, and I do think blogging about it each day has helped. (I reflected on this in my Sept. 8 post.)
So we'll see where the blogging takes me - us - any of you who choose to keep following along.

I mean really, what's healthier? Savory morning pastries like Julie/Julia concocted or tranquility?

Not sure? Ok, maybe you've got me on that one. I might take the pastries over the peace myself, depending on the day. 

∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ 

"To love what you do and feel that it matters ~ how could anything be more fun?"
~ Katherine Graham

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