Blogaday prompt: Groundhog Week
If you could relive the past week what would you do differently?
Last week I had a wonderful time visiting with our son and his lovely girlfriend. I was so happy to be able to hug my son again and enjoy a laugh together. He made us a breakfast. We went to the Musical Instrument Museum here in Phoenix. It is exquisite. They have Pablo Casals’ cello and the piano on which John Lennon wrote “Imagine.” Elvis boots, guitars, and outfits are fun. Plus, there is a room where visitors can play an assortment of instruments and gadgets.
With headsets one wanders through spacious rooms with exhibits from all over the world.
Why do we respond to certain sounds? I love strings, horns, bass, gongs and bells, all of it. Some music doesn’t move me. After studying past lives through channeling and hypnotherapy, I felt a strong kinship with the sounds of what may have been the locations of my previous incarnations. No, I wasn’t famous. More on that later. In essence, I floated through history.
The second week switched into some moments of minor tension. I generally put myself into a funk over the topic. The take-away from the crunchy part of the week is I had some nice phone conversations. I held my own. I made a decision not to fret over any of it. Voila! If it doesn’t feed the Spirit and Soul essence then it’s not worth it.
My only regret is not exercising more. I may not have that body image (yet) I was chirping about a few posts ago, but I am working on trying to stay healthy. Another 15 minutes per day on the treadmill would have been nice. Onward! And….no worrying allowed.
Oh, and I saw an interview with Don Miguel Ruiz author of The Four Agreements. YES!
2 thoughts on “Groundhog Week”
Interesting and leisurely unfolding of your visit with your son.. I enjoy your musings. I can picture you making your way through the museum.
I hope if you are ever in the area that you can come and visit the museum!