We Love the Dog Days of Summer!
Yes, it has been hot! (HOT HOT HOT) actually. We do love to receive the beautiful hot weather we are having, especially after a wet July!
Vegas with Al's Parents
Al and I decided it was about time that his parents went on a trip. It has been eleven years since they went anywhere on a vacation. For some reason they haven't traveled much. So we invited them to join us in Las Vegas!
They were a little apprehensive at first, worrying about the travel, costs, etc. But after a bit of coaxing we were all on our way!
This group shot is of Al's Dad & Mom, Myself and Al and was taken at Lake Mead, one of the tourist spots we visited. It was very beautiful, but also... scorching HOT HOT HOT... and sadly, no shade!! And of course, they had a blast at nearly ALL the casinos (grin), we set them up with some seed money, and they managed to entertain themselves for hours at the one-armed bandits. We practically had to drag them away from the slots. They just didn't want to cash out! We had such a great time showing them things they have not seen, not to mention the fun of just getting to spend quality time with them! Here's his parents being serenaded in the Venetian Hotel. They rode the canals and really had a fabulous time!
While we were in Vegas, we did attend CEO Space! We had a few appointments with mentors who are advising us on what our next move with the business is, and to clarify what to focus on. We were especially happy to be able to get to see Thomas and others who we have become good friends with.
Power Vs: Force
I was reading a book called Power vs: Force by Dr David Hawkins. He is a world renowned psychiatrist, physician, researcher, and pioneer in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality. What he really made clear to me is about the practice of muscle testing. Apparently we can ask questions about any subjects (as long as it is not the future), for example is a food good for me, etc. and our body will tell us if it is positive or negative for us. I found the book well worth reading, as it took the mystery of muscle testing, and made it more understandable to me.
There is obviously a lot of food for thought here. Meanwhile, the technique of using energy testing is simple to apply and experiment with for a very practical application.
Try it. You may be astounded by the results!