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An Ode to Readers Studio 10

20 Apr

Hi All,

As I cannot attend RS11 this year, I thought I would rediscover a vital Readers Studio 10 remembrance of Donnaleigh’s Breakfast Roundtable presentation.  Donnaleigh made such a wonderful presentation including a spread that inspired me to naturally drop my standard issue note-taking style —  note that if I am not inspired this is RARE!,  and work in my more intense and native, visual language as I do in architectural meetings to pack so much in. 

Enjoy her post!  I can simply say that my drawing that she so graciously included is but a  facet of the wonderfully effective presentation and spread she put together, and for those of you new to RS11 provides a taste of what you can expect . . . though of course each year there is more and better.  And, she did this in the morning, predicated on not much coffee or tea.  😀  Check out her post as my gift to you from my RS10 experience to my absence at RS11.  Click on “her post.”   Enjoy! 

This image now comes to mind as a nugget expressive of the power of bridging Donnaleigh presented:

The Original Mystereum Tarot Fool

Enjoy this post for all it is worth, and that is a great deal! 

Jupiter’s Blessings,

Jordan

http://www.jordanhoggard.com/

http://zazzle.com/mystereum

 
4 Comments

Posted by on April 20, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

4 responses to “An Ode to Readers Studio 10

  1. cazadoradesignos

    April 20, 2011 at 4:22 am

    Thanks, Jordan!

    Sharing your story, the spread and your drawing is a gift. The Fool arquetype really resonates with the bridge. From now on I will never see a bridge as before…

     
    • mystereum

      April 28, 2011 at 1:07 pm

      So glad your enjoyed it, and I appreciate your comments a great deal!

       
  2. Beth

    April 20, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    Jordan!!! How did I not realize that you are NOT going to be there next week? Oh no!! It just won’t be the same.. I am truly sorry to learn this.. You will be hugely missed! Sending tons of extra magical energy your way! – Beth

     
    • mystereum

      April 28, 2011 at 1:07 pm

      :-(, Beth. Thanks for the sentiment. I will miss your smiling energy!!

       

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