Our Choice of Seminars

Our lives present us with our choice of seminars.

Often in colleges, universities, students are offered a choice of seminars. A seminar — from the Latin seminarium, meaning a breeding ground or a plant nursery — is a chance for students to meet with a professor who guides discussions and considerations of some particular subject or aspects of that subject.

During our lifetimes, we are presented with a wide array of seminars. Sometimes there isn’t a particular “professor” or guide of any kind; we just choose to do something on our own and to let the experience itself be our guide, and eventually, our outcome. Sometimes we stay in a particular seminar for a long time. In some lifetimes, we choose many different seminars and change often.

We are hearing more and more frequently from “spiritual guides” that we have made our own choices about which seminars will be presented to us during a lifetime, even before we came into the incarnation. Part of what is important to learn is that whatever “seminar” of experiences we are in at the moment or have just extricated ourselves from or are about to enter, that seminar is of our own choosing and is intended as a nursery and growing plot for our soul, our higher self, our own unique expression of the One Evolving Heart.

Regardless of the content of a seminar, we chose it for its potentials to expand us. Smile about it, and be grateful for it, and for all of them, and love ourselves for having made the choice and expand and move on to the next one, or several.

About wkhardy

A long-time teacher, woodworker and musician who is now writing some ideas that have incubated for forty years -- ideas about WHAT SCHOOLS REALLY SHOULD BE!!!! And now, November of 2015, I'm posting poems and song lyrics from my book -- Once There Came A Thought.
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