One of the Highlights of My Week

Not only is Roxy’s mastery apparent in leading the conversations, but her voice is gentle, soothing and so non-threatening that it’s as if I am talking to an old friend. Then just when the conversation got a bit heavy she’d shift the energy with a giggle of delight. Rest assured, you have a skilled pilot flying the book club plane.

Before the book discussion began, I was thinking 10 weeks was a long time for a book club. Very shorly thereafter this conversation became one of the highlights of my week. By the end, I was sad to see our time together coming to a close. Thank you Roxy for contributing to the rich expansion of others.

At some point during the book club I noticed my need to continue seeking was going from a strong flame to an occasional flicker. As a voracious reader of personal growth this was totally new for me.

During my first reading of the book, I had to stop and push pause several times because I was so upset with Lola’s discussion about religions and their fear based relationship with God. This time I was able to hear from a new perspective and could listen without out strong emotions attached. What if I could have a relationship with the Divine that is gentle and loving? What if my perspective came from someones fear of the unknown instead of the broader truth? I am so intrigued about what my relationship with God can become! Standing in that space and looking for roadsigns, I recently stumbled upon Friendship with God by Neale Donald Walsch in a local bookstore. This is quite miraculous since about three years ago I threw one of his books in the trash considering it to be blasphemy! What I have learned is that standing in fear, I am limiting my experience of the bliss that’s possible.

Being someone who has always known themselves as being ‘strong’, I allowed myself to experience waves of emotions and weeping for no apparent reason. My small self wanted to figure out what was going on and where that was coming from. Reading Lola’s personal explanations and listening to Roxy’s sharing of herself I knew all was well. I can only imagine what old baggage I off-loaded in a easy non-threatening way. By having a weekly support team on the call, I was assured I could let go and let the Divine do the heavy lifting.

– Sara, North Palm Beach FL

Comment from the Divine Openings Book Club

One of the things I love most about Divine Openings is how we bridge the previously hidden gaps to god-ness. I too used to be so intellectual in my spirituality that the use of the word god or God was a turn off. But when we discover that actually we are all god, and that us here are working to remember this with the grace and assistance of our god partner(s) in the field beyond incarnation, WOW. A whole new level of excitement, manifestation, and spirituality appear!

Religion and spirituality have a way of making peace with divine openings, which itself is non-denominational and merely (!) a powerful download of grace to use as you wish.

graphic for divine openings with rox logoHere’s how you can experience divine openings:
You can order Lola’s book, Things Are Going Great in My Absence, and give yourself a divine opening.
If you live on Maui or are visiting, I have Lola’s book in stock. Email me for details.
Learn more about divine openings here on my blog.
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About Roxanne

I use a specialized form of coaching to help people be more of who they are and less of who they're not. I lived in Hawaii for 17 years and now reside in Santa Fe, NM. I work with clients around the world. I invite you to join my "Get Blissed" email list for updates.