Gifts from the Frontlines...
For those who show up...however they can for love
There's a learning curve. It's not like doing in person where you can look at their faces to see if the sound it hitting well, or adapt in the moment to the collective setting of intentions- that is, reading the room.
But it is still improvisation. My favorite singing bell does not come across over the virtual airwaves. Other singing bells still resonate. But the biggest difference between doing a sound meditation in person and virtually, is that it is more MY practice than yours.
More MY practice than yours...
Of course, I am curious how a sound is landing on those who log in to join me live, but the feedback is a a mere trickle compared to in person. And this is the new world.
Our gatherings will be different from now on. When a random hug has a 23% greater chance of killing someone, you would have to be clueless not to pause before doing so.
And our spiritual community in San Francisco were huggers...Probably not so now. Things change. Let's put our heads and hearts together, even from six feet, and come up with an even better new normal.
An Even Better New Normal...We can do it.