2. The Discontinuity

Journal Questions

Journal Reflections represent an interior dialogue with your deepest essential reality. While your responses are for you alone, the relational practice of objectifying a response in written form can be helpful in achieving clarity and determining what may or may not have value to share with others.

  1. The 3 elements that most captured my attention in this Station were?

  2. I experience my life to be ?falling apart? when?

  3. I could not believe what was happening in my life was actually happening, was actually ?real,? when?

  4. Times in my life when I have attempted to ?patch up? Reality and get things back to ?normal? include?

  5. Ways in which I have grown to live in ?a bigger reality? as a result of any of the above intrusions include?

  6. The personal life practices I will now begin or continue as a result of my encounter with this Station include?

*Please star your response to one or more of the questions above to write it in the “Comments” section at the end of the module. This contribution is your personal “seed” in nurturing a depth conversation with others.

Group Questions

  1. What images, sounds, concepts, or messages caught your attention in this Station? What stuck in your consciousness? What do you remember? (Recreate a group verbal montage of the Station without reflection on specific elements but simply bringing the material back to mind).

  2. What is a ?discontinuity??

  3. Where have you experienced an ?avalanche? or discontinuity happen in your life?

  4. When have you caught yourself trying to ?patch up reality? and eliminate the hole that has been left by an intrusion into the world you had perceived as ?normal??

  5. When have you experienced personal growth as a result of embracing an intrusion that destroyed your previous sense of ?normal??

  6. What potential personal practices did you discern from this Station?

  7. What additional questions are raised for you, by the encounter with this Station, that you would like the group to discuss or address now?

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