I love my recording. I listen to it almost constantly. The music makes my heart flip, just like it flips when I catch a view of the Olympic Mountains.
And around here, in the Pacific Northwest, any view includes water – my favorite is the southern end of the Hood Canal in the Union area. Yes, this is definitely part of my DMP.
Back to the recording. I love the music so much, I wanted to make sure it would play continuously through all my readings. After I completed my recording, it turned out to be 62 minutes long! I read everything three times, pausing inbetween, and using expressive tones. Have I said I love my recording?
I was excited to have something both productive and positive to listen to as I trained for a running event at the end of this year. My training schedule required I break up the distance into 5 minute increments. Well, how was I to do that? I don’t have a fitness apparatus, apart from my phone.
The solution came in a SIT. The piece of music I recorded is 5 minutes and 6 seconds long. Perfect! I use the music as a timing tool.
Without even orchestrating it, I am engaging multiple types of learning, making numerous combinations, and accomplishing things on my POA card. I am taking action – DOing IT NOW!!!
And, while I am getting in my run, I see shapes everywhere – green triangles in the tops of the evergreens; red circles in tail lights; yellow squares in traffic signs; and blue rectangles in house numbers.
I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious, and happy.