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Emerging from Myself

As the writing challenge brings up the Hanged Man taking a break, I too am taking a break.

Some of the words that match the New Vision card (OSHO’s version of Hanged Man, sort of):

The figure on this card is being born anew, emerging from his earthbound roots and growing wings to fly into the unbounded. Now you are presented with an opportunity to see life in all its dimensions…

I am integrating realizations and shifts, dropping everything from my metaphorical pockets, and putting down burdens. I am emerging.

Inspired by Lyn Thruman‘s October Writing Challenge: Writing the Wisdom of the Soul. I am expanding, evolving, shaking in my shoes, and preparing to experience pleasure in writing.

Prompt for October 17: The Hanged Man isn’t an unhappy chap – he’s taking a break from the world and looking at things from a different angle.  He’s giving himself time and space, changing his view, and exercising patience.  He also makes sacrifices and let’s things go. 

Write about the stuff in your metaphorical pockets that’s weighing you down.  If you were suspended from the world tree like the Hanged Man, would you miss the weight or would you find liberation in having empty pockets?





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