Developing Our Wings

 

“We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.”
― Kurt Vonnegut

 

OK. We’ve left our comfort zone. What do we do now? Well, to start off with, look around. What does what we’re doing look like? We’ve never done it before, never been to this place so we have no map. Let’s make one as we go along so that we can either find our way back or to describe to others what we see. It’s amazing how much more real something becomes when we describe it to others.

Since what we are mapping is a new experience, a new headspace and we experience these things through our senses that is what our map is made from. What am I looking at? What sound am I hearing? What am I feeling? What thoughts does it engender in me? Making maps, experiencing new things is fun. If it doesn’t feel like fun it is usually because you are too busy trying to locate yourself on an old map and forgetting the wonder you had as a child when you were experiencing something for the first time.

Blessings, G

 

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Near Noon at the Sepia BeachNear Noon at the Sepia Beach by G A Rosenberg

 

 

ObserverObserver by G A Rosenberg

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