Megan and I attended an Abraham-Hicks workshop today (April 1) at the Marriott on Delray Beach, Christmas gifts that we had given each other. These events are always fun and enlightening. Part of what makes them that way is the synchros that occur as a result of the collective energy of hundreds of people who have similar beliefs.
Megan and I got there an hour and a half before the workshop even started so that we could get good seats. Third row- with Esther Hicks and the famous hot seat in full view. The lamp pole proved to be something of an impediment, but we shuffled our seats around until it was no longer a hindrance.
We checked in, claimed our seats, bought a bite to eat in the coffee shop, then walked across the street to the beach to watch the sun rise. Perfect light, perfect beach, perfect company!
The workshop runs from 9-1, with a refreshment (bathroom) break about every hour or so. The hotel’s first floor – lobby, ballrooms, shops, restaurants and cafes – really isn’t equipped to accommodate four or five hundred people all descending at once on the restrooms closest to the massive room where this workshop was being held. So Megan and I scoped out the place to find other restrooms that might have more stalls. We got separated at one point, so I wandered back to our seats.
She hurried in a few minutes later. “Mom, you aren’t going to believe what happened. In the stall, I set my cell phone on top of the toilet paper holder and look what I found.”
With these words on the back:
And that was our start to a really terrific day.