Wow! What a workshop. Lale and Jale www (dot) sifacemberi(at)gmail.com have a beautiful facility in a beautiful building. They have many beautiful appointed rooms, each sunlit and lovely to be in. The energy there is beautiful.
Lale and Jale sound like they are Turkish twins, but they are two dear friends who used to work for IBM and founded a spiritual center three years ago. They offer many healing modalities and four-day retreats. These two ladies are fantastic go-getters. They are big thinkers who are going places, and I think they are going to take Heavenletters with them!
Lale and Jale mail out Engin's Turkish translations of Heavenletters to over 2,000 people on their mailing list. I didn't know this until we had the workshop today. Furthermore, they have a contact at a publishing house here and will connect Engin, who has translated the entire Heaven book into Turkish, with a major publishing house here. Inshallah, the Heaven book will be published in this beautiful land.
My dear friend Engin has been translating Heavenletters in Turkish for over three years now. She traveled from Ankara, quite a distance away, to come to the workshop. For three years, she has been dear to my heart, and now we meet in person for the first time.
Oldooz whose name means Star spent two full days driving from Iran to come to this workshop. Actually, her brother drove her. When Oldooz arrived, I made up a saying: "She who comes from the greatest distance is the one who gains the most." At least I think I made that up. It's pretty wise, too, don't you think?
Olduz never had a moment's hesitation about coming to this workshop. With her vitality and uplifting attitude, she is going to get it all. How can she miss?
Oldooz, in case you don't know, is now translating Heavenletters into Farsi. Including Oldooz, we have five subscribers from Iran. I think with Oldooz and her energy, we will soon have more. It is no accident that Oldooz has come to Heavenletters. It must be that God has chosen her. I will not get carried away, but Oldooz traveled to this workshop from Iran, and soon Santhan and I fly to Israel. Iran came to us, and now we go to Israel.
Tomorrow I will list all the participants and tell you more about the workshop. I also had a touching Godwriting about this class. I would include it now except I left my notebook at Lale and Jale's center.
Just suffice to say that this beautiful group of people has been pretty good about crying. Pretty good means they are getting good at it. Tears tell me that the workshop is doing all it's supposed to, for tears break down walls.
I discovered how vital it is for everyone to read their Godwriting out loud. It's good for all of us to hear, but also the person who reads his or her Godwriting out loud gets full value from it. When he or she reads it out loud, they feel the power of their Godwriting.
One lady had thought it wasn't Godwriting she had done. She was quite sure that the words she wrote were really her own thoughts. As she read out loud what she had written, it became clear to her that the messages she received were not her own but were from the Higher Power we call God. We who listened to her read out loud knew it was Godwriting from the beginning.
As each person read, I heard precious love and wisdom. Soon I will share some of the Turkish Godwriting here, or maybe I will ask these lovely people to post on the forum themselves.
Just as Heavenletters are for everyone, everyone's Godwriting is for everyone.
I will tell you more about this fantastic group tomorrow -- or as soon as I can.
Today is Sunday, the second and last day of the workshop. Tomorrow morning, Heaven Admin and I fly to Israel. It is going to be hard to say goodbye to this country of love.