Day 31, March 30.
Today would have been the best non-training day I’ve had on this trip had I not lost my camera. Okay, so this great day cost me $450—a little on the expensive side, but almost worth it—but the pictures I lost unfortunately can’t be replaced and now I don’t have my camera for the place I wanted it most: Italy.
Why did I lose it?
Not being careful enough. I brought it with me skiing, and when I went to get it out of my pocket to take a picture, it was gone. My coat pocket zipper was unzipped. We tried to retrace our steps but by that time it was long gone. We checked with the ski resort but nothing had been turned in. Anthony left them a way to get in touch with him if some kind soul turned it in, but I’m not holding my breath. It’s really too bad, but life and my trip go on.
What made this day so great was, first, because we went skiing again, and I discovered what Anthony taught me yesterday really paid off. So Anthony, Kay and I got there when the lifts opened, and we covered three mountains/ski areas that are all connected together, Nyon, Morzine, and Les Gets, and it was the best skiing I’ve ever done in the most beautiful mountains I’ve ever skied in. Plus, great company. We all had such a wonderful feeling.
Then to cap it off I got a healing from Sylvie, the attractive and wonderful energy healer par excellence, which felt like one of the best healings I’ve ever had. This woman really knows what she is doing.
I was going to trade her for a coaching session but apparently I was in too bad a shape, so she only did me. She said my energy was totally depleted from giving, giving, giving on this trip and running myself right into the ground. And I felt that to my weary bones. My friend, Kate, had told me that what I was trying to do was too much, but I pooh-poohed it. I guess I’m not as young as I used to be.
Unfortunately, the healing had to be cut short—Sylvie wasn’t finished—but we had to get Tammy to the train in Geneva. In retrospect, I think I got affected by Sylvie not being able to finish, because I have felt weird ever since. I don’t know whether I’m coming down with what Tammy had, or whether it was the unfinished healing, or what, but we said good-bye to the very lovely Kay, and Anthony drove us to Geneva where Tammy got on the train.
Anthony, who was such a great host, took me to the house of Willy and Megan, where I stayed the night. These were two clients of George and Linda Pransky’s from the early ‘90s who had kept up their contact ever since.
I took a hot tub with Willy, then we all had a good time reminiscing about the early days, and they were wonderful to me.
Megan, a psychologist, is about to become involved with an amazing project. She has connected up with a well-respected brain scientist who does brain scans, and they want to test out different psychotherapies to see if they affect what is going on in the brain, including the three principles.
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