You can call me conceited or whatever you’d like, but I’m just going to continue to believe that I’m your favorite LoveTrips™ conductor !^_^! As always, I love you all!
Mecoú, Greetings—As-salāmu ʿalaykum, Biwa, Peace—Namaste
2016 wrapped up into a beautifully tailor-made, just-for-me fashioned whirlwind of an end—nevertheless, I have no complaints, nothing but love for the going out of the old year and old seasons in exchange for the coming in of the new year and new seasons.
Subsequently, I walked into 2017 with one mission—finish everything I started in twenty-sixteen. No exceptions, only transmutations. No wooden nickels, only gold doubloons.
Well, in order to do this I had to do what my Hena, Mother, has always insisted and persisted I do like a madwoman. My stars have bid me do the same. The tarot cards I’m learning three times consecutively have demanded me do so, and of course my sacred numbers. Thus, for the latter months of last year, I penned like a madwoman—cursing myself the whole way for not doing anything more than picking up a pen and dwelling for hours, suspended in deep contemplation like a cat over his magnificent, humanly unfathomable feline name—I spent most of my time dwelling on how to translate my brain farts into English.
In hindsight and fore—I have done all but succeeded. Yes, I’ve managed the translation my thoughts into a decently legible collage of words with my upcoming book “Love is Law,” but each time I believe I have reached a stopping point in my studies, I blow a gasket on some new Loveological find, and I’m thrown right back into the madwoman phase. Needless to say, you all just might get a bit lovesick with all of my talk of love :-P.
Nevertheless, you—my loves I need as my beautifully talented and mysteriously human guinea pigs! I kid, sorta. Eventually, I will be producing my first Loveology course, but I basically want to test drive a few concepts, as well as figure out the best approaches for online learning and engagement before throwing the course up on a website without the least bit of care.
I encourage class participation!!!
That means all feedback is always welcomed—be it, praise, constructive criticism, suggestions, thoughts, testimonials, corrections, debates, and/or even your opinions.
Biwa & Andestagōnwa
Stay tuned in all week long starting tomorrow! Saturday, February 18th for some basic fundamentals and some paradigm shifters.