Ending things that need to be ended.
Closing all the doors that need closing.
Here are the questions I’m asking myself today:
- What doors can I close right now?
- What would make my life easier right now?
- What will make this more lighthearted and playful?
- What here needs order?
- And what here could do with a little intentional chaos?
What doors can I close right now?
Well this is a tricky one and the jury is still out on this one.
What would make my life easier and/or better right now?
A grilled avocado and cheese sandwich.
What will make this more lighthearted and playful?
Going for a walk to clear my head before I need it.
What here needs order?
The sequence of doors that need closing.
And what here could do with a little intentional chaos?
Everything, probably. When I intentionally step into chaos in order to regroup, I intentionally choose the flailing and the confusion to force the brain to generate creative solutions.
And then I systematically build new patterns.
What else will give me that sensation of intentional chaos?
What can I turn upside down?....or downside up?
You know what?
I’m going to mess up the pile and spread it all over the floor.
And then pretend that there is a sequence to it. And look for clues.
And then eat a grilled avocado and cheese sandwich!
Big love to you all on this seriously Sunday-esque Sunday!
"Sometimes we stare so long at a door that is closing that we see too late the one that is open"
~~ Alexander Graham Bell
This is Diego, my neighbour's cat, who visits every day. He is wondering why the cat door is closed! - January 2009