I cannot believe Christmas is less than a week away! Time is really flying by this season and I'm sure we are all trying our best to savor the moments as they come, as well as last minute gift shopping and wrapping!
This year, I was happy to be able to perform for a Unitarian Universalist service. I played Louise Trotter's "I Wonder as I Wander" and "All Through the Night". The latter piece featured clock chime harmonics and was a really lovely song to go with the theme of "Advent" for the service.
The second half of this year has been challenging. Having a preschooler means we've been sick every other week! I quickly restored our supply of elderberry and vitamin C in hopes that it will help for the rest of the cold season.
One of the best things about 2019 was a course I took on learning about the Divine Intelligence Process. It has really changed my life, and I would love to be trained in it to teach it to others some day soon! I did finish an Intuitive Coach Certification from the Reiki Awakening Academy.
Harp Strings and Wings is going to morph into something more. I'm just not sure exactly what that will be entirely? I do know that I'd like to offer intuitive coaching support and guidance to creative types, and to those that are suffering from chronic illness or trauma. I'd love to offer my compositions as sheet music, therapeutic MP3 downloads, and create an anxiety busting coloring book! Offering spiritual and intuitive insight for empaths or highly sensitive souls is also a passion of mine. My YouTube channel will continue to be a source of connecting with others and sharing my harp music.
Overall, I think I'll be able to move faster with these goals once my little one starts Kindergarten and frees up some of my day time. But for now, I'm taking it slow, letting my gifts unfold into a service that I can provide others. However that may look like...we will soon find out!