Last night I dreamt I woke up in my tent and water was dripping down in a steady stream onto the middle of my blanket. I looked up to find a hole torn in the top of my tent and it was raining. When I looked for the cause of the tear, I noticed a dark shape stuck in on the top of the tent, so I kicked it off (from inside the tent). I looked out the tent flap to see a vultures/eagle like bird dead on the ground. I knew it’s talons had caused the tears in the canvas.
I woke up anxious – maybe because of the weather or because of my rushed morning – but I also felt tired. My morning meditation and a few disciplines helped. When setting up for the event I began to realize what thoughts were running through my head. I began to focus on the theme of “Peace” and all the people who would gather to celebrate it. So as the day went on I felt better. As a greeter, I was given the opportunity to speak to people right when they arrived. Every person was happy and excited to be there. When I got the chance to mix and mingle, I experienced our guest enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and I realized how great I felt because I was part of this. I was calm, still, and peaceful much of the day – sometimes even to the point of feeling a sort of light-headed “high.” I felt connected to everybody I spoke to and tried to keep in mind my connectedness with everybody else present. My thought when I placed my tile in the mandala was “we are one in the spirit.” At one point I sat by J*male at the fire, right before Allan walked up. He asked how were were doing, to which I replied “peaceful.” Jesse laughed and agreed. So I sat by he fire and just allowed myself to “be,” I was overcome by gratitude and peace – I felt content and fulfilled. I thought of yesterday when A*male., G*female, Yv*female, R*male and I walked through the orchard and repeated the peace prayer at every tree. This helped me reconnect with the open heart feeling I had while in the orchard.
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