I like traveling, but it's good to be home again. The seminar exceeded my expectations on many levels. Now I am ready to get back to Master Classes and regular appointments with AMAG. One of these days I will have to get busy writing. There never seems to be enough time to go around. Which brings me to the topic of this post. Most of the time I'm able to go about each day's duties without too much concern for timing, except when I'm getting ready for a workshop, retreat, consultation, dinner party, family visit, etc. Then I notice a feeling of pressure behind my eyes that often results in a headache and seems to be connected to feeling pressured about time. I feel as though there's never enough of this commodity. I don't want to be late or early, get in a rush and forget important parts of whatever event is about to happen.
Fortunately, the term "divine timing" floats through my mind, reminding me that there is another level to the schedule I'm running on. I know there is a different kind of clock that is measuring the moments of my life. At the divine level, time seems to stretch out and relax, which allows me to do the same. Reaching that level of "divine timing" is always easier than I think it's going to be. All I have to do is stretch out and relax. My cat, Oreo, already knows this. I'm still learning.