Well, what a great day it turned out to be. A few hiccups in the catering department. Poor old Gareth, the manager of the pub, who was behind the bar had two people ask for a coffee. That’s ok he thought, only expecting about 20 people throughout the day, so I can cope with that. When he returned with the drinks he said about another 34 people had appeared requesting more. To add to his despair, someone asked ‘Can I have decaf please’
So, the day started with Ishara from the Law of Attraction group. Some meditation and a workshop which got everyone going nicely. Unfortunately due to a slightly late start the workshop ran over a tad but no worries, it was lunchtime. Oh. Due to the chef having the day off we were a bit stuffed when it came to people being fed. Luckily there is the Orsett Village shop over the road that did a good trade is bread, hoummous and olives ! At this point I would very much like to apologise again regarding the catering arrangements and also being asked to not consume said groceries on the pub premises.
After lunch Peter Kavanagh did his presentation on Soul Planning. Quite excellent as I had expected having had a reading myself earlier on in the year. Peter did a sterling job and provoked a lot of interest in this particular field. Many people were asking me for details after and I personally couldnt recommend him highly enough.
After a short break, Robert Pancha started his talk on Quantum Healing. What a magnificent job he did. Although I know Robert personally, I didnt realise how much he knew on this particular subject. I think he brought an area of interest, that many would steer clear of thinking it would be too complex, to the audience with simplicity and ease of understanding. I thoroughly enjoyed the session.
So, once Ishara wrapped the day up with a meditation session, it was time to go. How nice it was to see lots of people talking to others that they hadnt met before. It made John and myself realise that although we had encountered hiccups in the catering department, the day was a unprecedented success and should certainly become a regular event, albeit probably at a larger venue….
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