We have to go back many years before “the flash” to understand how the Universe lined this all up for me, because this recipe’s been simmering for decades. Ingredients from here and there were added along the way at just the right times and in just the right amounts and were then seasoned to taste.
For example, when I was an elementary school teacher, I loved reading to my students as well as to my own two children. Singing, rhyming and word games were a natural part of my day whether in the classroom or with my kids – in the car, walking through a store, or at home. You get the idea.
I have also always been interested in metaphysics and began reading books on the subject after high school. Fast forward two-and-a-half decades to 2007 when I joined a local metaphysical group that studied the works of Alice A. Bailey, theosophy, and the like. It was through this group that I learned about Donna Eden.
In February of 2010 I read Donna’s book, Energy Medicine. I was hooked and signed up for a 5-day introductory course for her program which was held in San Diego that fall. By the next spring I was enrolled in Foundations classes in Phoenix which led to two more years of studies there to become an Eden Energy Medicine Clinical Practitioner. Yep, hooked!
Kids, teaching, rhyming, metaphysics, energy medicine, life… You catching on? The universe had me right where it wanted me – soaking up flavors! The idea for a book series about the energy of love had been simmering for a long time, and that flash brought it into reality.
I sent Donna a copy of “love-light” when it came out just about exactly one year ago because she is acknowledged in it as being one of my energy teachers. This was her response…
Thank you so much for the gift of your book. It is precious. And I hope that it spreads far and goes into the hands of children and adults everywhere, as it is a very healing book and an educational one, too.
My second book “night sky” is on its way to her now and should be in her hands very soon. Stay tuned.
But that’s not all there is, right? I mean “write!” There’s always more to the story…