On Her Way to Oz

*clicks her heels three times*

Well it’s 4am, I leave for the airport at 9am, and I have YET to start packing!

In any case, it is now official; As of today, I am on the road! First stop, San Francisco, to make a little trouble with the old college mates

Then off to the LeapNow retreat center to meet my new co-leader and finalize orientation for our semester in India.

And I will also, now, “officially” be delayed in responding to all emails and inquiries. For the tornado has arrived, and Dorthy has been swept up!

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Oh! One last thing before I take off! I’ve been asked for this a few times before, so I’d just like to post it for the record.

In a head-to-head heat with “travelling”, the other thing I am MOST passionate about is…(sitting on my ass and)…READING.

So with a smile and sigh of my utter adoration, I present to you the accounts of my favorite love affairs!

The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho

Siddhartha – Herman Hesse

Every Book by Tom Robbins

Hitchikers Guide to the Gallaxy (The Whole Series) – Douglas Adams

The Prophet & “Ashes of the Ages & Eternal Fire”- Kahlil Gibran

Ishmael – Donald Walsch

The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfeild

Jonathon Livingston Seagull & The Bridge Across Forever – Richard Bach

Conversations with God (Book 1) – Neale D. Walsh

Journey of Souls – Case Studies of Life Between Life – Michael Newton

Any Book of Greek Myths

I LOVE all things Carl Jung.

The Dreaming Book — (I’ll get back on this one!)

Gone With the Wind – Margaret Mitchell

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values – Robert Persig

Self-Reliance: Inspiration For Daily Living – Ralph Waldo Emerson

I owe these book ALL my inspriration.

“My whole being was seeking for something still unknown.” – Carl Jung

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