Saturday, March 22, 2008

I love it when a plan comes together...

Back in the first week of January a friend of mine held a wonderful goal setting seminar that I took part in. In it we were prompted to write down 50 goals...most people were completely daunted by the task, not me though, I have been visualizing and embellishing my goals for years now. I had no problem coming up with 50. There were a number of people that I wanted to meet in those goals and three of them I will be seeing next weekend at the I Can Do It Conference in Toronto. Talk about psyched!
I started the work I do now in part because of a book I read about 20 years ago called Your Sacred Self by Dr.Wayne Dyer. It had the most intriguing ideas about the 'ego' that I had ever read and from the moment I started I was hooked. I have been incredibly inspired by the man and his work and to be attending his lecture next Friday night will be not only a goal realized but a dream come true.
I will also be spending all day Saturday with Caroline Myss and Sunday with Marianne Williamson, two incredible spiritual authors whose works have served to deepen my knowledge of the world, of my Source and of myself. I can only imagine the energy in these rooms...can't wait!
To top off the Toronto leg I will be entertained on Saturday night by an incredibly talented man named Stuart Knight and his show called I Decide, about taking on your life and creating miracles. This show is only put on once a year..maybe twice if your lucky...and look at that, it happened to be playing the exact night I will be there!
One of the highlights of getting away is the chance to reconnect with dear friends. Yes we chat on the phone but it is not the same as looking into the eyes of someone who knows your soul and giving them a huge hug. I am going to explore my creative side with my incredibly talented friend Jennifer by sitting at her pottery wheel and attempting to make something, this could be hilarious! I will post the results when I get back.
All in all I can't think of a better way to celebrate Spring than this amazing trip! Now, what are you going to do to celebrate it? Post it in the comments section, I will be checking in frequently while away.
Happy Easter, Happy Spring,
Alison

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