The Best Workshop I Ever Attended . . . Life
Or shall I say Life from a lounge chair at a clothing optional pool.
So, I took a big girl trip. Traveled 12.25 hours (according to Travelocity) to the big island of Hawaii with me, myself, and I. I have no vehicle of my own nor does my cell phone work. I do have internet access – intermittenly. Clearly, the Universe is saying, “be present.” With that in mind, I walk over to the clothing optional pool with a book, a notepad, and a pen.
Best Life Coaching Workshop
Then, on the lounge chair, Life was happening all around me and I carefully watched under the protection of big sunglasses. Despite my best efforts to “not look,” I looked. In fact, I was captivated. People of every age, size, color and gender were skyclad (nude). Wow! And so totally free, open and unaffected by it.
I watched as this incredibly beautiful woman, originally from the Bahamas, dropped all of her clothing to jump into the pool and swim lap after lap. She seemed almost dolphin-like. Then by no accident, she wrapped herself in a towel and approached me. I removed my sunglasses and entered into a conversation that would last 3 hours.
I left briefly during this time to run back to my room. She slipped into the sauna. She would then come out – – bare , dry herself off in front of me, all the while, continuing on with our conversation. Her body was adorned with multiple piercings. And somewhere in the conversation, I relaxed into myself to fully appreciate and become comfortable with her nudeness.
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It was only later, in the shower, that I realized what a wonderful “workshop” I had attended. Life. Or more specifically, Life from a lounge chair at a clothing optional pool. Her lesson to me on this day was one of true beauty. So, now I ask myself, what is keeping me from going au natural?
Ah, yes … sunburn! Right. Or, am I still just holding back a little bit?
Live. Love. Play. Prosper.
Sharing Life and Love through the eyes of a happy goddess.
CrastyAugust 18, 2009 at 4:02 am
In truth, immediately i didn’t understand the essence. But after re-reading all at once became clear.
ArsentoAugust 19, 2009 at 9:50 pm
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CrastyAugust 22, 2009 at 2:25 pm
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