With limited exposure to the topic of “Order of Love”, I signed up this workshop mostly based on my personal appreciation and trust of Sherri as an old friend who has been a strong supporter and mentor for me at several toughest times in my life. At the end of day 1 my mind was enlightened and my heart open, yet it remained to be touched. On the 2nd day, I decided to skip the morning session and stay with YC, who was struggling to get back to the workshop. As likely the youngest member in this workshop, I was not surprised YC had difficulty in grasping the key messages from day 1. However, the afternoon session of day 2 not just touched my heart but also openned up YC’s. On our way home on the HSR train (2 hours), most of our conversations were about what we learned from the workshop. YC told me she was glad I had urged her to go back to the afternoon session. She also told me on the workshop feedback form she wrote she would consider coming to such workshop again and recommend it to some of her family members.
A few days later, Sherri told me the morning session of day 2 that YC and I skipped covered some topics that she thought would have been beneficial specifically to me, especially a meditation session she led the team to do. Sherri kindly offered to do that meditation with me over the phone and I gladly accepted. It was a brief 4 minute meditation at 10:45 PM on a weekday evening, with words delivered by Sherri and I just listening. Ten minutes after the phone meditation, YC received a text message from me on her cell phone. “YC, I just finished the phone meditation with Sherri. She took me to think through several important persons in my life… It was only 3 or 4 minutes. But just 1 minute into it, I was already in tears… My eyes are still wet as I am typing this message to you…”.
In the following week, I went through such meditation myself several times… It seems to start changing my life…