1. Dixie Walker 4 years ago

    This was eye-opening for me. I can’t even talk about it except to say I bought all my what if’s on myself.

  2. Robert 4 years ago

    Thank you Dakota!

    Interesting looking back. The common thread that started in childhood and continues! The “What if …” section was amazing. First I was somewhat negative, if my parents didn’t ….; then shift to me “If I had …”; then shifted to “What if these people didn’t come into my life or I didn’t do ….”.

    My journey continues to be amazing and people like Dakota have inspired me!

    Thank you, namaste!

  3. Ddempsterga 4 years ago

    One thing that is interesting to me about these exercises is that underneath it all, I believe everything that happens to us (or doesn’t) is for our good. Our life unfolds perfectly. I’m having a hard time reconciling this belief with the idea of asking “what if…”

    It may be because I have strong alignment with many of the core values that have been present most of my life, but I’m curious what other think.

  4. Karen MacFee 4 years ago

    Greetings beloved Soul Peeps!
    Wow! What a powerful exercise…
    The one common thread in all of it is a passion and intense desire to create and nurture a Spiritual community in this pocket of the world…supported by donation…a place to discover and foster the Spirit in the human experience
    Love and blessings to you all!

  5. Gillian 5 years ago

    so many. mostly to do with respecting and revering this planet and every living being. I would love an eco friendly B&B in the bush here with loads of animals, growing our own food, our own power. Teaching others how to respect the earth and that living beings other than human have purpose and presence in this planet too. That wildlife are not pests,, that they have to go somewhere when we steal and destroy their homes.

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