Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The Power of Simplicity

The power of simplicity is its ability to untangle complexity.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Where is the Present Moment?

I'm aware of a different relationship to Time emerging in my experience. That pre-thought knowledge has always been there; I just wasn't paying attention deeply enough. It's hard to describe, because the nature of Time is ephemeral.

Often, the hardest thing to do is to find a starting place to describe that which cannot ultimately be defined in words (at least not the words we currently use).

At one point, during the development of material for the Unleashing Originality workshop, Trudy, Linda and I recognized that to generate depth we had to put our attention on the goal itself. However we began was simply a place to start. We knew we would go somewhere, if we didn't concern ourselves with trying to get it "right," from the beginning. We trusted our commitment to go somewhere together and, interestingly, we did--every single time. This experience fuels my confidence these days: knowing everything is possible if we are willing to surrender to not knowing (paradoxical, but true).

All of which is not exactly on topic but is bringing me closer to being able to answer my question: "Where is the Present Moment?"