Saturday, March 3. At about 3:00 AM, my phone rang. I couldn’t believe it! I thought I shut it off. It was someone from the UK; I have no idea who it was. Up until that moment I was sleeping soundly, and now I was wide awake. So what else could I do was put on a Syd Banks audio. I listened for a while and eventually fell asleep. But I think it was up for about an hour. When 7:00 AM came around, I was groggy. But we had to get to the training by 8:30. Dean has been helping the staff of one portion of a hospital learn the Three Principles, so in exchange for allowing six staff members to attend for free, we were able to get a free room in the hospital. I re-set the room up in a circle; we had about 20 people. The morning went great; a really good feeling. Participants felt the simplicity and depth. In the afternoon the feeling dropped a little bit; it almost seemed like everyone had the after-lunch blues. Oddly, during lunch, as I was walking around outside, I knew we had to do a deep listening activity, but wisdom was telling me not to ask the question I had in mind. I’ve learned to listen to wisdom even when it doesn’t make sense. So I asked the new question, and I’m not exactly sure whether it worked. Puzzling. I think I was missing something. But by the end of the afternoon, even though everyone was getting very tired, the feeling seemed to pick up a little again. It’s a funny thing about the feeling of a group. It’s important to deeply listen to the entire group to know where to go with them at any given time. I would say it was a good day. And it was real nice working with Dean. A number of us went out to a vegan restaurant for dinner, which was also very nice, but by the time I got home I was completely and utterly exhausted.