When I pause to reflect on what the Lotus center is to me or has done for me, it can’t be said in one word or even in a statement.
Perhaps an analogy conveys the idea best:
When I first heard about the Lotus Center, my intention was simply to exit off the highway of life, get what I needed and then hop right back on. What unfolded however was quite different and has taken a few years to unfold.
Ultimately, I did exit the highway. But via the Lotus center I was enlightened to a new highway; a better route. I loved my new route and I never really got back on the highway I originally got off. It’s so far in my rear view mirror, I can’t even see it. I forget what it’s like to be on it and go at that pace. I don’t want to remember, either.
The new highway I’m on is so refreshing to drive. The roads are clearer & smoother. I can drive with the windows down and breathe fresh air. I can pull over anytime I want or exit whenever I choose. There’s barely anyone on this highway & I like it that way. It feels like mine.
We are all on this journey of life and we all choose our own paths. I’m forever grateful I chose to slow down, to get off the superhighway I was lulled into being on and see where this path called Lotus would take me... ultimately it was a return to self and for that I am forever grateful. 🙏🏼
Continue your offerings, Jen! Keep putting tools in our tool belts. I am truly at peace and so happy to be part of it all!