June 16, 2010

{This Is Your Moment}

Dear Bride-to-Be:
As many years as the “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence for your shoe” bridal rhyme has been touching women’s lives, there are that many interpretations of its meaning, each offering suggestions for a fulfilling and happy life.

For my book, The Bride's Ritual Guide: Look Inside to Find Yourself -- and as a gift to the modern bride -- I’ve interwoven intuitive twists and insights for a more personal interpretation of this charming “something old” rhyme. (Do you have your copy of The Bride's Ritual Guide book yet?) Taking the rhyme’s simplicity, I wrapped it with the intimacy of a woman’s language as a way to move you deep into the heart of your bridal rite-of-passage.

Yes, this is your bridal rite-of-passage...not just a time in your life to plan your wedding! It is your moment to look inside to find yourself...and meet the real you...be surprised and delighted...make a few adjustments, tenderly...and love what you find. Yes, other moments of self-discovery are always available to you...but here's an opportunity like no other. Don't miss this moment...the magic of this rite-of-passage...the magic of you.

Love. Listen. Let go.
....with love from Cornelia

[Photograph: Julie Mikos]

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