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Thursday, October 20, 2005

Gina and Wally

At Barnes and Noble, Racine, I had a nice group of about 12 people attend the "Brain Jogging" discussion. Most of them had read about it in the Racine Journal Times.

Gina and Wally were my special guests. They are both in their 80s. It turned out that they are long time students of the Silva Method. Their conviction in the method has renewed my interest in using the method. For the last ten days I have not done my Silva morning meditation. I plan to start after I return from India on Oct. 31st.

It's starting to sink in finally, I am headed to Hyderabad to visit Amma in memory of Nanna's 5th anniversary. I feel a deep sense of satisfaction about doing it.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Moments from last week

About 40 teachers and counselors stood up and sang along "Feeling Groovy" by S&G during my "Brain Jogging" presentation for Racine Unified School District! I enjoyed meeting Lisa and Debbie from Jerstad, Lisa and Martha in the front row, Katie helped with the handouts, Samantha and Kim were a pair. Jan Hanson was in the front row with Delaine Moe. Linda asked about the concentration exercise. Sheila from Barnes and Noble was there! (the one whose name I could not remember). We have become friends, she told me that the concentration exercise helped her emotional disturbed students.

At Covenant's Reimann Center, I connected with 17 attendees. I would particularly like to remember Tamara, Dawn, Doug the teachers in the second row. However, would also like to remember, Ruth, John, and Marlene in the first row, Sherry in the second row. Wendy, Katie, and Jill in the third row. Mary and Jan in the fourth row. Diane and Jill in the fifth row, and
Chris and Ruth in the last row and finally Kris the coordinator. Wendy had on the Harley clothing. First row Ruth recognized the "As Good as it Gets" movie from the cues Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt. Tamara, Dawn, and Doug are teachers are very engaged in my presentation.

The check-out lady at Piggly Wiggly and I connected with "Down Town" on the air. "..don't hang around and let your problems surround you..."

Monday, October 10, 2005

Can you bare your heart to someone?

I am having a tough time baring my heart to anyone. But I have identified one or two people that I trust to talk to about my problems.

Do you have a tough time expressing your problems? Well, you are not alone. Welcome to the club!

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Trinity Troopers

48 in attendance.

Gloria had attended my presentation and Racine Public Library. It had been more than six months and I recognized her face bu did not remember her name.

Martha had attended my presentation at UW-Parkside about eighteen months ago. I did not remember her at all.

Sue said that her doctor told her not to eat dark green vegetables because it is not good for her heart condition.

Dorothy said that she has learned how to use her left hand now that her right hand had some surgery. She was excited she was able to learn how to use it!