Day 27, Sunday, May 17, 2015
Today was the first day of the Innate Health Tikun Conference, and what a day it was for me! First thing when I got there, while I was standing in the registration line (or queue as they call it here), before even stepping into the main room, this guy came up to me and told me his mother, who is 84, had said to find me and tell me that I had saved her life, as a result of reading Somebody Should Have Told Us!. I was so touched. Tears almost came to my eyes.
Then throughout the day at least 5 other people said to me my books had really affected them, too. That’s is so humbling to me. My books change some lives! It’s such an honor. I am so grateful.
I did my talk on the root of change and 3P research. I had prepared so much I felt surprisingly comfortable and it really went over well. I was surprised, because of the topic, at how many people came up to me and told me how much they got out of it.
But the most important part of the day for me was how healing it was for me to be there. Yesterday I had been really feeling in despair again, forgetting everything I knew, and just being in that room with those beautiful people and listening to all the great speakers reminded me of what I really know inside that has been so easy to forget during this entire journey of losing the love of my life. Suddenly I only felt supreme gratefulness giving me the very best 10 years of my life. How could I ever not be completely grateful for that?! Thank God for the understanding of the Three Principles. I know, I remember now, that I don’t need this relationship to survive, because of my innate health. At least that’s what I feel right now.