When I was eight years old we took a fabulous summer long road trip across the U.S. Mom, Dad and the four of us kids loaded into the station wagon with the pop-up camper in tow behind us. Seat belts weren’t a requirement back then so we all just floated, rustled and played all over the back of that car.
We would drive for a while, sometimes for a long while and then stop at a selected campsite. Dad and Mom charted all the places to see and explore. Once we arrived, we’d set up camp, level and block the camper, find firewood and then set out to explore anything and everything that campground had to offer. We would sometimes stay for a day, tow or longer, with specific special destinations woven into our journey. The trip took us all the way to Disneyland in California and back home. We visited 33 states that summer. It was awesome, and I will always cherish those memories.
The process of self-healing is not unlike that. We decide we want to go somewhere. We map out a route and begin. It is full of adventure and things unknown. New sights to see, people to meet, places to go and experiences to have. We may get sidetracked or take a little detour. And then the journey rich with experiences and connections leads us back home.
So are you ready to take a road trip, a journey to self-healing? Please join me for classes and come back home.