5 thoughts on “Day 39 – Reflections

  1. I will miss your daily podcasts as your experiences have touched me and greatly inspired me. I listen to them while I follow my blind 2 year old cat through the woods. He escaped on the night of the full moon. I went out into the woods (with a torch!) yet wasn’t afraid while I looked for him. The next day a shaman from Switzerland (who is an amazing energetic tracker) guided me to his exact spot. Though lost for 16 hours, hungry and tired, I think he had a wonderful time. Though I am not skilled in tracking, the experience helped me look at my fears, control issues, difficulty in surrendering, and gratefulness to my guide team and fellow humans who cared about a lost animal. I have been a flight attendant for 35 years. I am probably going to lose my career in the fall. After these 40 days with you I am actually looking forward to a forced change. I can live anywhere! I can do anything. And I want to do it simply and in nature. Thank you Boyd for these gifts of transformation on my journey. Aho!

  2. “Nature. Always nature.” I so loved following your journey. and am sad that we are nearing the end. The thought came to me today, that I want to spend time daily sitting in an oak tree here in California, and paint. Using nudges of nature for the next step in my intuitive painting. A big thank you. You gave me much to ponder.

  3. It’s 11:45 pm EST 5/10/2020
    All I’ve been able to think about all day is how this was your last day.
    It’s been a WILD ride.
    I’m sad to see it end.
    It’s made the last six weeks go by like a breeze on a hot day.
    I will forever be grateful for it and for you, Boyd.
    Thank you.

  4. As you sit in the tree today sharing your gratitude for everything, I would like to share mine for you, your stories and you listening to that voice, that energy that pulled you into the tree. Your recordings have been a part of my early morning ritual that I hold to be sacred and now I’m accepting it is coming to an end and reflecting on the things that have been reveled to me. You allowed this to happen, I thank you. I keep seeing the look on my family’s face when I tell them I am going to Africa to visit a friend so I can listen to his stories. In loving awareness, I thank you.

  5. Loved listening to you each day. My love for Africa is forever in my blood and I will continue to fly the flag for Africa!
    Thank you for sharing you daily experiences. Wishing you all the best going forward!

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