I'm still swimming in a torment of emotions. I've been chanting an hour or two everyday and it just seems to be washing more to the surface.

I have another month and a couple weeks left on my work contract in Japan and I haven't yet found I job I want to take. But I really don't want to leave Japan now that I finally found the producer who is making my music better than I could even imagined it would be. But I have 2 choices: find another English Teaching job, which I've been looking for for a couple months or find a recording contract, which I've been looking for for all my adult life (a book deal would be nice too). Maybe I'll find something else to make money in Japan that doesn't include teaching English, which would be nice too.

But now my producer is having some major sansho shima on my 3rd song of my new CD, "Open Your Eyes," which so far sounds even better than the first two songs he produced for me.

His computer keeps crashing and he keeps rebooting it and also reinstalling everything only to have it crash again. Wish I knew computers and could help him.

But I feel I just need some serious daimoku (so I've been chanting feverishly), because the devil of the sixth heaven is trying to stop this most powerful song of mine, which I believe will "OPEN EYES" from coming out into the world.

Please send me some daimoku that his system starts working properly again (or someone can fix it) so he can finally finish mixing it.

Also I'm really chanting that the video director who came to Japan from LA to film my first music video finally gets back to LA and he still has all the footage to put an amazing video together of my song "Chasing Butterflies" with was filmed over about a week in Niigata, Japan.

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Comment by Bob Mann on June 16, 2010 at 6:20am
Daimoku is on the way, Timothy! Best always and hang tuff....
Comment by kumi on June 15, 2010 at 4:32pm
Congratulations! You are changing your karma! Rock the Era! Did you hear about Nathan Gauer's experience about his realization of his struggles with trying to do everything & feeling overwhelmed? It was an amazing story to hear a couple of months ago. I only met him one for less than one hour. Maybe somone can share with you his experience since you know quite a few members from CA.
Comment by Dan on June 15, 2010 at 3:39pm
D's coming your way, Timothy
Comment by Kari Carlile on June 15, 2010 at 1:37pm
Sending Daimoku your way!

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