(If you choose to accept it!)
Happy Monday, New Day!
Every once in a while, we have an opportunity to be brave, take a chance, and make a leap forward in our lives. 2-3 times per year, to be exact, if we’re talking about going to the Transformational Gate!
What’s up with “The Gate”?
If you’re been in care for a while, and have been to the Level 1 and/or Level 2 workshops, you may have heard me talk about the “Gate.” The Gate is the crazy, intense Network Care healing extravaganza (my own words here) that happens 2-3 times per year in Denver and on the East Coast.
The Gate is for ANYONE in Network Care, as well as friends and family. You will spend an entire weekend receiving Network Care sessions 3 times per day, doing amazing SRI exercises, and being part of the larger Network Care healing community.
“Why would I go to the Gate?”
If you’re reading this and thinking “Sounds great! Sign me up!” Just scroll down for the registration information.
BUT if you find yourself thinking, “Why would I go to the Gate? That sounds way too weird/expensive/time consuming”– don’t worry. I can speak to your concerns directly from my own experience! 😉
As you may have heard be explain in other newsletters or at my workshops, I was probably not the world’s most likely person to start in Network Care. I had no previous concept of a mind-body “connection,” little awareness of my body (besides the pain in was causing me), no money, and little interest in any form of healing that wasn’t focused first and foremost on getting rid of my pain as fast as possible.
Despite my limiting point of reference, I quickly came to feel the benefits of having a clear nervous system after I started care, as my physical pain decreased. But despite the transformational implications of my healing, I was mainly happy to be able to feel less pain while continuing my extreme lifestyle of working hard and “playing” hard!
I don’t recall being aware of the Gate until after I was in chiropractic school. Even if I had been, chances are I wouldn’t have been signing up.
Nor was I the fastest study when I came to connecting changes in my body to the changes I was experiencing in my life. Even after Network Care had changed my life to the point that I left a PhD program to attend chiropractic school to become a practitioner, the concept of the Gate was way too “weird/expensive/time consuming” for me. I remember my jaw dropping when, second year in chiropractic school, an acquaintance told me she had been to the Gate multiple times. Why would anyone need all this healing? I wondered.
Fast forward 8 years. . .
What eventually changed for me was that I realized that while I was willing to spend lots of time and money on learning in the traditional sense (at school, seminars, conferences, and the like), I hadn’t been putting a high value on what gets learned in the body through receiving and through experiencing.
I wondered who I could be for myself, for the people I would serve as a chiropractor, for the people in my life and for my community, if I was the kind of person who valued herself and her healing so highly that I could overcome my concerns and get myself to the Gate. Ever since I made that commitment, beginning with my first Gate in 2011, I have seen a drastic improvement in my quality of life, relationships, health, creativity, and abundance.
So what are you waiting for??
Your challenge, if you are ready to accept it:
HealingFest 2016 – Donny Epstein’s 166th Transformational Gate & The 12 Stages of Extraordinary Experiencing
Friday, February 12, 2016 – Sunday, February 14, 2016
Check-In 6pm on Friday / Program concludes on Sunday 9pm
10600 Westminster Boulevard
Westminster, CO 80020
New Day has been so amazingly blessed to have a number of our practice members attend recent Gates! It amazes and impresses me that there are so many people in our community who are so much quicker to see the benefits of this program than I initially was (hahaha!).
I am so grateful to have been able to share this experience with members of our New Day community, as we connect to the larger Network Care Community.
I would so love to experience this event with you, and I hope that you will consider coming.
Thank you for all that you do to make your families, workplaces, and communities better, just by being who you are! I look forward to seeing you at your sessions this week.
Love and blessings,