Yes, that’s right, I’m doing nothing at Eden Unplugged. I’m being no one. I’m going to let it all go, let my hair down (take my clothes off), and just be.
I’m going to eat the most amazing, delicious, mostly raw, organic cuisine prepared by the awesomeness of Kirsten Gum.
I’m going to step outside of my comfort one and relax into the arms of my community.
I’m going to laugh, dance, sing, hoop, and play.
I’m going to offer a workshop along side all of the other community members who will be showing up to offer their gifts, trainings, lovings, healings.
I’m going to get a massage and maybe even a colonic from the Goddess Puma.
I’m going to connect to nature, myself, source energy.
I’m going to support every member of my tribe and community to take the next step into their own evolution and the expansion of their Great Work.
I’m probably going to cry.
I’m crying now as I write this because I can feel how much I need Eden and yet how resistant to her I have been in so many ways and how I have unconsciously tried to sabotage the event as a result. (You don’t see that stuff here that much, though I’d like to show it more to you because I know it would help all of us, but when it’s happening I can’t write about it and when I can write about it, the moment has passed to really explain it clearly. This is the reason I am most excited about a television show because I can show you in real time what that looks like so you can see it in your own life and not let it overtake you.)
And yet so many of you have showed up and said yes anyway. Thank you.
It’s been an interesting process for me to keep saying yes to Eden. Through the transition of my relationship with Russell. Through my own uncertainty about what this event is really about. Through my fear of camping without the support of a man by my side.
To let what want’s to unfold unfold instead of trying to control it and see what is emerging.
I keep saying yes because I know I need Eden to happen so I can re-connect once again to what is really real and true for me. I need to once again peel back the layers that have built up and see what’s really under the me that can get buried over by the lure of ego, the possibility of fame and fortune, the constant on-ness of the intensely creative part of me.
At Eden, I let it all go so I can be reminded how little I really need to have everything I want.
At Eden, I let it all go so I can practice letting it all go, dropping my worries and fears about being who I really am in a safe setting so I can keep doing it when it doesn’t feel safe.
At Eden, I let it all go so I can connect deeply to my community, let you see who and how I really am, so you can keep saying yes to who you really are, keep showing up no matter what is going on and learn to tell the truth, communicate from your hearts, and live the awakened life.