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”Now where are my notes?” said Arjun searching through the pile of books on the table.
”Are you ready Arjun?” said Vivan walking upto him.
”Yes, I am,” he replied, “I am carrying my notes with me. I hope that’s okay.”
”Arjun, just relax and be grateful for this moment. This may not be a perfect workshop but it will truly be a memorable one.”
The presentation hall was nicely decorated. The seating arrangement was well organised and the lighting was dim. The guests slowly began to walk in. Not too many of them were attending this workshop. Some curious and excited ones had arrived.
Soon all were seated and Vivan walked up to the stage.
”So finally they are conducting their first workshop,” whispered Diya looking at the stage from the balcony of the hall.
”Seems to be an intetesting subject,” said Nisha listening to Vivan’s voice.
”So the moon, ladies and gentlemen,” said Vivan, “is a beautiful source of being disciplined with manifesting. Following the different phases of the moon sets you in a rhythm with the universe.
We begin with the new moon which is an ideal time for letting your imagination be your guide and using it to set your intention on and visualise your dreams.”
”Now this is something new,” whispered Diya, “never heard of this before.”
”Me neither,” said Nisha.
”He does have a soothing voice,” said Diya, “it looks as if this subject calms him down.”
”Well,” said Nisha, “you love the earth and he loves the moon. Its beautiful.”
”Whats beautiful in this?”
”You both bond by it you see. The moon and earth are linked by gravitational forces. You bond with mother earth and he bonds with the moon. So maybe the energies of the earth and the moon bind you too.”
”Thats a stupid theory,” said Diya angrily, “his friend also shares his interests. So, am I going to bond well with him too? Stop cooking up stupid love theories.”
”What seems stupid now might make sense later. I cant say much but I do feel that you both bond pretty well.”
”And what makes you think so?”
”I was in no mood to attend this workshop. We were really tired from the travel and all the work. We needed rest. But you really wanted to come here.”
”I wanted to learn about all this stuff.”
”You can easily find many workshops online.”
”I simply appreciate the fact that he came to apologise on his friend’s behalf. There is nothing more to it.”
”And lastly,” said Arjun, “the waning phase is a time to let go, release and receive. Simply let go of all your blocks and old patterns.”
”Maybe,” said Nisha, “I need to let go of my bitterness against him. Why carry such unnecessary burdens?”