Last night, I couldn’t fall asleep.
I read and read and read some more. Nothin’. (note to self: next Sunday when you are feeling super sassy, don’t go overboard with so much coffee, end of lesson)
I got up and went into the library/tv room.
Netflix. Yes, we have had it for a couple of weeks, giving it a try. B and I have watched a few things together. I didn’t pay close attention on how to actually turn it on.
Are we the only family that has 4 remotes? We seldom turn on the television, so I need a cheat sheet to figure it all out.
After several attempts, I did it!!!
I wanted to see the documentary “I’m Not Your Guru” with Tony Robbins.
(spoiler alert….HIGHLY recommend)
First let me say, I love this guy. We love this guy. He has taught us/we have learned so much about finances/giving.
Other than about money and giving to charity, never have I seen or listened to any of his other seminars. We both have read the book about money, investing and giving to others.
This was new for me.
HUGE WARNING: In this documentary… his language is not for the faint of heart. It is salty and brass and in your face. He uses some mighty ugly words and drops the F bomb on several occasions. His words are harsh and I am thinking do what they are intended to do. Snap people out of their comfort zone and help them start anew.
This is a behind the scene view of how one of his yearly seminars is run. People pay $5,000.00 just to gain admission. That doesn’t include airfare or hotel etc.
If you asked any of them, just guessing here, they would positively say it was worth it.
The personal stories are rough and tumble, hard to hear. Some of these folks have had extremely tough times. (after video follows up on the folks that were interviewed and you find out how it all turned out)
The high energy level is unbelievable.
Here is the thing that I wanted to share. In among all the swear words, energy, people…lots of people, groups, sharing and what can only be described at control chaos…………..there was a pearl. (nah, not his beautiful, smart, lovely wife, Bonnie Pearl “Sage” Robbins)……..right in the middle of all that madness…..
……….. Tony Robbins said, “that’s grace……Grace is a connection to the Divine.”
While not being billed as a feel good seminar, it was really about Grace and Love and Goodness.
Here’s the thing, I need to be reminded to love myself and love others with fierce passion. I need to look for more goodness and seek it out.
I feel enlightened, I am enthralled with his thinking and his commitment to figuring it all out. It certainly was a good use of my time.
Grace is a connection to the Divine.
I love this thought. It is going to hold me all week and then some.
5 Star documentary, worth your time.