The Something Monologues

TSM143 : The Shocking Reality of How Things Are & The Seasons of Life

Sometimes we try and turn away from the shocking reality of how things are. But how things are is how they are. Isness is a powerful ally !

In this walk and talk I explore how nature's seasons and the cycles of nature, parallel the seasons of our life and how we all face the same seasons of life, as part of the seasons of the human clock - from the cradle to the grave.

I offer a tour of the seasons here on this land and suggest how facing the shocking reality of all that nature brings, helps us to face the shocking reality of how things are in our own life. I suggest that the seasons of nature and of human life are necessary to create awareness and to help us grow. Life is both predictable and unpredictable and if we have courage, we can stay open to anything that life might throw at us.

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TSM30 : Cycles, expressing the needs of the soul & vitality, the ages of the life cycle, boundaries, neatness & messiness & aspects of self

Another rambling monologue interspersed with observations of mating kangaroos. In this monologue I waffle on about natures cycles, how we need to express the needs of the soul and how this creates vitality, the different ages of the life cycle from the Cree Indian perspective, reflect on neatness and messiness and the meaning and importance of physical and emotional boundaries.

Forgive me if I have mixed some of the description of this TSM with another TSM. I'm still sorting through all the TSMs that were recorded after my transfer software crashed. 
Enjoy, Bright.
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