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Just wanted to share with you …

So lately I have been stressing over my Masters in Wine Business thesis that I must begin around mid-July.

I have always been the ‘nose-in-the-books’ kinda gal (well, now with modern technology, one nostril is ‘in-the-books’ and the other ”in-the-computer’). I have always put a lot of pressure on myself to do well in school (which I have). So you can only imagine the pressure I am putting on myself when it is comes to this masters thesis. But recently I have received some great news concerning my thesis and things seem to be falling into place. So it was rather coincidental that in my daily inspirational email I get from Lyn Conway at A Fresh Perspective, I received this:

“The moment of relief is when you drop the oars and let the stream turn you. There is a moment of relief there every single time. So if you are reaching for the relief factor, what you will begin to notice is you’re dropping the oars, you’re turning in the stream, you’re beginning to allow yourself to be carried to where you want to be. There are delicious aspects of life, everywhere in the stream . . . And then you would say, ‘But I really wanted it to not take so long from when I want something, and I float into the experience of it.’ And to that we say, ‘then drop the oars.’ Because the only time you need oars is when you’re paddling against the current.” ~ Abraham-Hicks, Law of Attraction

Set your intention, drop the oars, go with the flow and enjoy the scenery along the way!

Just what I needed to hear! Maybe one of you needs to hear it too, so that is why I pass it along!

Vinously Speaking & Vinously Yours,
The Ceci Sipper

P.S. Sorry to get all emo on you with this email, ( I did try to jazz it up =P) but I needed to read those words of inspiration! Didn’t you?

P.S.S. I will return to the dork factor that is ‘The Ceci Sipper’ in the next post. I am working on the last posting on ProWein for the day I spent in the New World wine section. Be ready!

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