Some teachers come to us in terribly offensive classrooms.
They wake up our Lizards, they remind us of things we had wanted to forget, they trigger us so much that our physiology changes. Upon hearing them, we feel a little sick, a little sticky.
We can blame them, of course. That's easy.
Or ... maybe, we can thank them. For showing up with their words, and reminding us of how much we have grown, how much more solid our boundaries have become. For showing us the places where we may want to tighten them a little bit more, still.
I am going to believe that maybe these are teachers whom I hired, a long time ago, and forgot.
I am going to sit with the yucky and I am going to thank it, as it reminds me of what is no longer a fit.
And then, I am going to have a really good, really clean day.
"I think I love you. You bring good things into my life, or remind me of things I love and know, but have let go of."
"Thank you so much for who you are and what you share with the world. Your mere being transforms lives as it has transformed mine. This particular post did to my heart what water does to parched soil."
"Thank you for your gentle words that are packed full of wisdom. I have been struggling with the concept of what words can do to another person when they are negative words. Your words are the flip side of our word power, and shows how delightfully powerful kind words can be. Thank you."
"Once again Laura Lavigne takes you on an adventure of the heart. She has a way of pulling you right in the car with her. Asking you to consider changing a fear to taking thoughtful action. Whether she's teaching a class, leading a retreat or heading for a happiness sprinkling, Laura will invite you to shed old ways of thinking and be completely authentic. Join in!"
"Essentially pure love.
I enjoy how Laura is kind to herself and to us other humans who dance in and out of each other's lives. "
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You can count on Laura for warmth, humor, charm, and a lift to your day and your heart. She inspires me to be braver than I am, and to love the world out loud. She's a gem, and a generous one at that!"
Happiness & Creativity Retreat in Italy
I write because this is the way I am able to taste life more deeply.