I love autumn, it is a season of transformation for me. Something about the crisp air, falling leaves, and darkening evenings sets me on the road to adventure. The sweaters come out and the walking shoes come on, and I’m ready to go enjoy myself outside. This October I’m nursing my kitties who were just fixed and helping with the renovations at the new location for Eye of Horus. Today is the last day of my Stay-cation and I find I didn’t get as much soul time as I had wanted to. In fact, with all the changes going on, it’s hard for me to focus on anything at the moment. I feel the need to break it all down, so I know what’s going to be happening in the next month or so.
Transformation #1 – Twin Cities Pagan Healers Meetup Group
It was just one of those things, the idea hit me and I realized it was time for the Pagans to have their own meet-up group, so on August 17th I founded the new group.
My Third Thursday Reiki Shares are posted through this group, and we will also have other fun and informative events posted as well.
Transformation #2 – Private Reiki Sessions Through Eye of Horus beginning Sunday October 24th
I love my Reiki Room at my home for teaching Reiki and Hosting Reiki Shares, but when it comes to providing services by the hour, it’s a bit out of the way for most people. Now that Eye of Horus is moving to a bigger better space, there is a new room all ready to provide private Reiki sessions. I will be offering 30 minute or 60 minute sessions there. The room is lovely, and I did the painting myself!
Transformation #3 – Weekly Faery Readings at Eye of Horus
I do my Faery Oracle readings now on every Wednesday night, rather than every other. It gives me a good metaphysical break in the middle of the work week. Those will continue in the new space as well, and I’m pretty excited about it all!
On a more personal note, we got a new roof to our house, but the city still hasn’t paved our road yet. So it’s dirt roads for the Reiki Share for a while yet. I also had hoped to get another Reiki I class together, but with all that is happening, it’s just a bit much for me right now. Even with a week off, I feel a bit intimidated by all the responsibilities I’ve taken on in addition to working a full-time job.
Once I get settled into my new schedule, and the Meetup Group gets a little bit more established, then I think things will calm down to something a bit more like a routine and my life will just run itself! Now if I can just get the cats to do the dishes for me, everything will be perfect.