" A good traveller has no fixed plans,
and is not intent on arriving "
I love the intro keep it up
This was wonderful and very synchronistic as I had just experienced this on Sunday night (and “delicious emptiness” describes it perfectly)….found myself in a star fish position floating face up in the pool of the 5 streams (a salmon nibbling at my toes) I was in complete bliss, as thoughts, and buggaboos from the day and the outside world were unable to lodge in my head at all, so there was nothing to ponder or worry/ about ..I was able to just acknowledge them and let them pass on thru…
it was great….thank you for giving me the words to describe it!!!
Wow, talk about an entrance!!! Very action packed!!!
I love the idea of a good and bad emptiness. I thought a good one would have a certain degree of equilibrium or balance and this would vary depending on the context. Sometimes you could take more and others less. When that balance is not there I imagine it can become a bad type of emptiness.
Also there is so much knowledge in the world that I imagine it would not be possible to know it all. Conceptual knowledge and thinking skills should enable enable us to find what knowledge we require at various time
This is very thought provoking! A dear friend of mine with dementia described the ‘fog’ she found herself in – a fearful emptiness perhaps?
I would be very interested in the link to the presentation on ‘Preparing for thoughtful transition’.
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