The Practice of Wide-Eyed Wonder — 2 Comments

  1. Thank you for this writing on The Practice of Wide Eyed Wonder; cultivating true open mindedness…practicing being receptive without naming, truly coming from a place of ‘don’t know’ and receiving as a blank slate is a challenging and opening practice I have been working with. I have embraced the life of a householder and family once again and this brings the practice into a challenging way as I live and let live; as I release any thought of control or form of living. This may not be exactly what you are referring to but how I relate to it in my present life. Good journeys my friend!

    • Thank you Gwen. It’s definitely similar in the allowance of that which is, not fighting or making sense of but just being with. Happy householding and good journeys to you as well.

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