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There are many things that those who attended the Oakwood Retreat will bring back with them. For me, one of the amazing things was the palpable way in which I could feel the Current of Love. I have attended many retreats and conferences in my life. Some have been spiritual retreats; some have been professional. In each case there is a connection of similarity that is automatic. Even when the Attunement Community gathers in Kansas City, the connection of similarity is warm and comforting. However, at Oakwood I met several old friends I had never met before. There was an immediacy of “knowing,” a deep and abiding connection where I at once felt as though I was a good friend and our conversations reflected that.
The intensity of that weekend opened hearts; it seemed to move us all to a broader plane. The container we recognize as Attunement no longer fit into the boxes of our definitions. The expansion I felt was reflected with each speaker, each presentation, each shared Attunement. As we honored our ancestors, we honored ourselves. As we looked to the past, I felt firmly grounded in the expansion into the future. As we said our good-byes, I knew that the connections we had shared were still a strong golden thread of Love that would continue creating and holding space for whatever is in the process of developing.
There does not seem to be any adequate word or language to fully encompass my experience of Oakwood and our time together. I know I have been moved. I know my world, my perception, my acceptance of the importance of Attunement and the connection of the pineal to the heart are now part of my central Being.
I am deeply grateful for the gift of Attunement and for the awakening of the great I Am within. I am Being having a human experience and I am Being having a planetary experience. And, I am so grateful for the opportunity to connect with so many amazing, wonderful, loving people who are with me on this grand adventure.
Click the picture above to look at some of the moments caught through our cameras. Thank you to Paul Price and Jim Barbour who added some of their favorite photos to the mix.