Happy Saturday, my friends!
Today is Day 6 of a 7 day unprecedented Team Pendlebury couples juice cleanse. But more on that later, future blog post. Stay tuned! 🙂
It is has been a while since I have blogged. I have entered my 3rd quarter of naturopathic medical school. It has been a great journey! During my second quarter, I began teaching my own cycle class and also worked a couple of other jobs.
To my pleasant surprise, my final grades improved despite my tighter schedule. I received a few As, rather than all Bs like my first quarter. Regardless, I firmly believe that B is for Balanced & Badass. 🙂
As I embark on a various personal and professional projects, I have found myself wanting to do so much personally, professionally, socially, yet I have felt as if there is so little time.
Time has felt scarce, precious, fleeting. I have caught myself thinking, I only have two hands and there are only 24 hours in the day.
Likewise, I have caught myself on various occasions, reliving an encounter or pondering on the future, ultimately losing the elusive nature of the present moment.
During my one week break between quarters, I had the opportunity to embark on fully compensated travel to NJ for a Consensus Conference for a research project near and dear to my heart, through Rutgers University. It was a beautiful and unforgettable experience. The conference provided a special opportunity to meet people who shared paralleling visions–together our voices were amplified in winds of change.
On the plane ride home, I watched a fascinating episode called “The Origin of Time,” episode 10 of the “Through The Wormhole” series. Despite my interests in medicine, the human body, disease, wellness, I have always been a curious watcher of the stars, the vast unknown, the multiverse.
My recent experiences: my own perspective of time and “The Origin of Time” episode has led to the beginning of a personal shift.
In Part 2 of this topic, I will share what might be a new perspective for you. But first, I would like to ask you:
What does time mean to you?