It used to bother me (a lot) when my plans suddenly changed. But at some point, I began to see that changes to my plans (maybe) were not so bad… but I still had a pretty heavy moral judgement about the whole thing. If someone cancelled or forgot a plan, including myself, I looked at it like a defect of character. After all, responsible people don’t do that right?
In time, I began to see that changes could be OK, but I found it disorienting and somewhat unpleasant to have things (my life) neatly laid out, only to find it thrown up in the air, to land in a pattern that I hadn’t planned. And yet, I also noticed that people who were very rigid with time, seemed to be very rigid in other areas of life too, and I didn’t want to continue this pattern in myself.
As I began to drop my beliefs around time, I really saw that changes and cancellations (or even what appeared to be mistakes in timing), were never mistakes and were always Divine Openings. Once I got over my immediate disorientation, I could feel an excitement welling up and a curiosity that said, “This must be perfect, and I am looking forward to seeing how this time unfolds!”
Now I actually love unexpected openings of time. Debra Saum* had a wonderful quote on her blog yesterday:
“There must be always remaining in every life, some place for the singing of angels, some place for that which in itself is breathless and beautiful”…….. Howard Thurman
So, I have had an opening like this in my life and as I sat outside early this morning, the thought came to me, to open this time up for 20 minute sessions. I’d done this once before and I really enjoyed it.
From 12 – 5 today, and 10 – 4 tomorrow, (Eastern time), I am open for phone sessions, which will be filled on a first come basis. The cost is: 20 minutes $20, 30 minutes $30, 60 minutes $60. If this is something that speaks to you, email me and I will email you back with open times and details about PayPal. This time is open for anyone (whether we have worked together in the past or not). My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Opening today!