What a day! Church was AMAZING this morning with the integration of two churches under one roof to become an even more dynamic community of inclusive, loving, expressions of God. Wow. The service was packed with great music, and a wonderful message by my husband, David. (You can access his blog by clicking here.)
Here’s a portion of what we experienced this morning. Spirit was in da house! LaRhonda Steele and the NTCSL House Band BROUGHT IT! Gary Skye & The Walkers were wonderful during the meditation song, (I’ll have video soon) the choir was fantabulous, and the community was radiant. A fine Sunday!
One of my choir mates said, “Leela, you upset my apple cart.” She was straight faced, so I wondered what I’d done. Then she softened, “I went to your blog and checked out that Byron Katie work, and it’s got me rethinking a lot of things. Kind of scary.”
I smiled, “I know.”
We talked about relationships, personal responsibility, and how transformational it is to realize our own part in the unfolding of our Lives.
She was gracious and kind, letting me know she appreciated me sharing my own process in a public way. I am humbled to have been of service.
When I began this journey, it was for my own healing. I posted it online with the thought, “If just one person finds this useful, then it’s worth it to share.” Today, she made three folks now who’ve let me know The Work is helping them, and I’m so Grateful.
So, to further “upset the apple cart,” check out the following video.
Watching this video, I found myself remembering some times when I’ve blamed someone, or gotten angry at them, for telling me a truth about myself I wasn’t quite ready to face. What was your experience? Are there parts with which you resonate, “yes”? Moments you resist? I’d love to hear your thoughts.