This coming Saturday, September 29th, I’ll teach a Make and Take Class on the U-Doo Doll®. It’s a new phase that came into being after having multiple requests to teach a class. Actually, the U-D00 Doll been through a couple of incarnations since its introduction this past February. It has gone from a twenty-four inch sparkly, beaded wonder, to just over twelve inches long, and cute as a bug! We’ll be making these together while I share Creative Manifestation principals and success stories. You’ll get to choose your own Angel Card, and decorate with the ribbons, beads, buttons, doodads, and glittery-things that I’ve supplied. The premise is still the same: Create.
“Picture yourself as a Raaaaadiant Light. A Glass-Absorbin’ Color.” In the movie, Very Annie Mary, young Annie Mary, lost her ability to sing professionally. The dramatic loss of her mother, coupled with a father who found criticism easier to deliver than praise, left Annie Mary in a state where she chronically doubted herself. However, when it came to other people in her town, she had plenty of helpful vocal teaching skills. One such lesson was: “Picture yourself as a Radiant Light. A glass-absorbing color.” By the end of the movie, her love for a friend paved the way to healing her voice, and herself. Movie Trailer Can you imagine that? Are you able.
Dwelling amid the Inexplicable, indeed being: That Which is Inexplicable, is a life task and current delight for me. Growing up in a family of geniuses was tough for a right-brained kid who would rather day dream than remain grounded in her studies. However I do hold an appreciation for physics, and the other day I was wandering through old magazines searching for colors, shapes, and ideas for the U-doo Doll Journal cover. I got caught up in this blurb about the: Inexplicable Universe by Kyle Kramer. “There a concept in physics called the fine-tuning problem. Imagine the universe has adjustable knobs. I, and we, can only exist if the.
Another minor miracle in the U-doo Doll’s creation saga was meeting a new friend at a local library gathering. A bi-monthly gathering I attended rather infrequently. Last summer though, this group was instrumental for me with its discussion of the book, The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. Julia Cameron We studied The Artist’s Way during the summer and, as best I could, I followed the daily writing practices with unblocking exercises outlined in each chapter. I began to open up again, and remembering that I just might have something useful to offer this world. That something, I hope, is the U-doo Doll! After editing and re-edting the U-Doo Doll instruction book, I.