It’s ever so much more satisfying to get into a blissful place and attract a blissful person and live blissfully hereafter than to be in a negative place and attract a negative partner and then try to get happy from that negative place. -Abraham
This quote defines today’s podcast.
Prior to moving to NYC, I had a pretty happy existence. A home on SF Bay in Marin, great relationships with my son and family, solid friendships and a satisfying career, but hardly blissful. Within 30-days of first being introduced to David in NYC, I was back working in Manhattan when I was overcome by an unexplainable feeling. As if someone reached inside my head and turned on a light switch, every cell in my body told me I needed to be in NY.
It wasn’t rational nor consistent with how I operated. This indescribable, “knowing” was met with surprising and resounding support from my son and family. With their encouragement and a job promotion to boot, I found myself living in mid-town Manhattan a mere 45-days later.
At the same time, David was experiencing his own shift in Charlotte. Although surrounded by family and a few good friends, David’s life was, hardly blissful. Filled with dead-end relationships both personally and professionally, he struggled to find clear direction about how to move into the next phase of his life. Enter Kelly Rehborg.
Kelly was a friend and client and just so happened to be a Feng Shui and energy expert. You will hear today how Kelly flew into David’s life, helped him remove years of dead weight and bad energy, clearing the path to creating a peaceful, harmonious life and ultimately finding the love of his life.
David and I also reminisce with Kelly about our serendipitous meetings, our courtship between NYC and Charlotte and the unfolding of our old fashion love story with a very modern day twist.
I close on my favorite quote that speaks to the very core of our love for one another. Enjoy!
Even after all this time the sun never says to the Earth you owe me. Look what happens with a love like that. It lights up the whole sky. - Hafez