I’ve been quite introspective over the last month or so, even more than usual (see my previous post, Hail to the Hermit).
Those who aren’t introvert–contemplative types (most people, seemingly), can’t grok the need for periods of deep introspection, quiet, and listening-sensing.
But for the mystic, the ‘shaman’ (by whatever title or name), the artist, the writer, the contemplative … the transformation catalyst … these non-structured (or less-structured) periods of introspection, quiet, listening, sensing are essential to the wisdom, the insight, the healing, the art that depends on them.
As always of late, I sense into and watch what arises, and then track the patterns for themes, ideas, synchronicities, and guidance.
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