My day began way too early when I awoke at 6:00 a.m. The morning routine went according to plan; feed the pets, have a cup of decaf, check email, take the dog for a walk.
From there the day was sort of strange, yet normal in some respects. I took a trip to the Spiritual Healing Institute, which is an educational center in someone's home. She offers a four-year study program. The curriculum guides students through an honest look at the history of religion, the spirit, spiritual growth, and getting to know yourself. The teacher is also a Reiki instructor and a hypnotist. Her home sits right next to a church graveyard. While I am interviewing her I hear the church bells chime through the open window. A cool breeze blows the lace curtains across the wallpaper mural, and water is heating in a coffee pot for tea. Our conversation was unique and went on for two hours.
My stomach grumbled when I left so I went to the coffee house where my son works and had a decaf vanilla fudge latte with a veggie wrap. As soon as I finished I went to the book store to pick up a few magazines and looked for a book that they did not have.
I decided to go home, but changed my mind when I reached a traffic light near downtown. I took a left, instead of a right, and went to my favorite book store to chat with one of my coaching colleagues. Coincidently, a holistic health practioner decided to visit this store at the same time. We had a wonderful conversation. I'll be attending a class she's holding tomorrow on healing and energy work, as I am curious. Stay tuned to hear more about that.
Before I knew it the clock struck 6:00 and my stomach cried for more food, so I met my hubby at our favorite Mexican restaurant for a bite to eat. Now it's time to relax and perhaps watch a movie or some television--haven't done that in a few weeks.
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