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Any symbol can be used by the slightest cognitively oriented, to create more access to the interior that projects an exterior, the inner subjective world that projects an outer subjective reality (though mostly presumed to be objective). Symbols and experiences give us access to longings and yearnings, to challenges and excitements.
It doesn’t have to be sets of symbols, though… Continue reading
I did something on a whim this morning. Didn’t follow the routine, good as it generally is — journal, meditate / breath, blog, exercise, shower, breakfast snack, start Pandora station Classical for Study, work.
I went for a walk. Down Lakeview Road (once upon a time before development the lake was a bit more viewable). Past the horse pastures in… Continue reading
Today was one of those days.
I wrote a much longer post about art, community, vulnerability, redoing, renewing, purpose, interrupting habits, and aligning with stars. It was heart-wrenching material for me.
About reclaiming life.
Alas, not autosaved in the way I thought it would be.
And then some frantic searching with sickened belly.
So, it’s just the… Continue reading
It was my friend Roq that first introduced me to the work of Stephen Jenkinson and his Orphan Wisdom body of work. Jenkinson is a teacher, author, storyteller, spiritual activist, and farmer. He is founder of the Orphan Wisdom School, a teaching house and learning house for the skills of deep living and making human culture.
In a recent… Continue reading