Sue and I travelled to Munich last week for our final workshop after 34 visits. There was a great crowd as usual with well over 200 people. Many, many old friends and a surprising number of new participants. The lecture was a joy and I spoke of many of my higher consciousness experiences I had encountered over my years of self exploration. It was a little bit of a stretch for me, as I have a resistance to speaking openly of them due to my experiences as a child and even later as a teacher, but I wanted to convey different aspects of vision and mastery levels in my own perspective as well as speak of my relationship or lack of relationship with God.
The seminar was an equal joy and I told a story of mine about a time that I “accidentally” acquired and owned a German tug, built in the 1960s, designed by a man whose creativity and love had gone into it. It was his last project but it represented and even contained all his knowledge, sense of beauty and function. She was fast, seaworthy, highly manoeuvrable and a real pleasure to operate. Originally, she was named after him, but over the years the name changed a number of times.
After she was refurbished, we took up station in the Windward Islands and waited for the work to come rolling in, but nothing much happened. We had some small jobs, just enough to survive but basically at the time we were very unsuccessful in our new career as salvage operators, so I felt I had no choice but to put her up for sale. We sailed for a nearby British island and went ashore to complete the paperwork. In a moment of inspiration I instructed the crew to revert to the original name and I made the changes on the paperwork. As I returned to the vessel the emergency radio sprang into life with a distress call, our first well paid job, from that day on the tug was never without work.
It felt like, in realigning with the spirit of that man and what he had created, it now flowed through us and success was easy. It appeared as we honoured and aligned ourselves our situation changed! To take it further it seemed a great lesson in the importance of connecting with our ancestors, to allow their gifts and energy to flow to us, in order to repair any breaks in our minds showing up as grievances or independence and to fully receive our inheritance. Also, if this was the manifestation of me aligning myself to an unmet German tug designer, then how much more joy and success would come my way if I shared myself to God and went through life with that continuous connection to the Source.
At the end of 5 days there was still some aspects of letting go but the overwhelming energy was that of completion, the end of a chapter, a new level of awareness, a warm feeling of accomplishment and gratitude. We certainly celebrated our completion and watched as the baton was passed to the next team to carry forward.
I would like to thank all the people who have supported me over the last 17 years in Munich and I wish you all every success in your new chapter.