Moving into the Life You Want

Wet felt yardage

Years ago, a student of mine shared a story: many years earlier, as a young and newly-licensed psychologist with three young children, he had a sort of reckoning: he had a vision for creating a group practice but he only had three and a half patients. So what did he do? He opened a SECOND office, about a half hour away from his first one! In time, he helped to create the group practice of his dreams, and it thrived.

Today, as I continue to schlep a whole lotta fiber from my downstairs “working studio” into my upstairs “teaching studio,” this story perches on my shoulder and sings sweetly of moving in the direction of one’s longing. One of my favorite expressions is “It is no use to wait for your ship to come in unless you have sent one out.” I feel like I am loading the ship and soon it will sail!

Published in: on October 6, 2012 at 9:37 pm  Leave a Comment  

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