It is true that once a landscape goes undescribed and therefore unregarded, it becomes more vulnerable to unwise use or improper action.*
They don’t know what they don’t know until they find out they don’t know it.**
I enjoy borrowing thoughts from all sorts of places
to use in my dreamwhispering work.
At the same time, I am reading Dan Harris’ 10% Happier
following a student mentioning it to me;
At the moment, as I read, Harris is writing about
Meditation can take many forms, including,
It strikes me, in dreamwhispering.
We find the words to describe our talents
and our practices, and then can use
use three meditative, reflective exercises to connect with them
Humility to meditate upon the talents of both ourselves and others;
Gratitude to reflect upon the contents of our “loved it” list;^
Faithfulness to ponder the ways we make these live.^^
I’ll probably play with these some more, but
they provide a useful enough place to begin,
Whether we’re walking, sitting, or journaling.
*Robert Macfarlane’s Landmarks;
**Dave Trott’s One + One = Three;
^A “loved it” list contains all the things you have noticed bringing lots of energy;
^^I call these enriching environments, and we are able to make more of these happen.