The evening before my birthday November 12, I needed to choose a wake up time. It suddenly seemed to me to be an interesting idea to start the day of my 79th birthday at the same time as I started life. I was pulled from my mother’s womb by Dr. Bailey during a C-Section at 9:37 a.m. So I set the alarm and awoke refreshed and joyous of celebrating the actual moment of birth.
I was also really delighted I hadn’t been born at 3:18 a.m. or 3:18 p.m. for a waking up alarm. However, if you were born at an inconvenient time for awakening—you can celebrate that point in time you entered the world.
You can throw a party at the exact time of birth, or pop a cork on a bottle of champagne, take a walk, say a prayer or meditate, thank your mother heart to heart and soul to soul if she is no longer in the body, thank her directly if she is still in the body.
I’ve decided that during the year, I will start many days at my birth time and develop of relationship with that time.