Naming the Good We See

2 thoughts on “Naming the Good We See”

  1. Richard E MacKay says:

    I love how they context affirmations in a expansive way, including the body and including my broader social and environmental experience.

  2. Isaiah Storywarrior says:

    How do we find freedom in the words we choose to talk about Reality?

    Each word we choose holds a certain relationship toward Reality; a certain posture; a certain orientation.

    What is the posture or orientation capable of delivering us to freedom?

    A perfect verse is the only salvation of [one’s deepest essence].
    —Nikos Kazantzakis
    [CMT – Contemporary Mythos Translation]

    We are each perpetually affirming something, even if we choose to affirm “the weather is lousy,” “he is a jerk,” or “I am a failure.” We cannot escape the gift/curse of freedom to choose; freedom to affirm. Consciously or unconsciously we are perpetually choosing our most fundamental relationship(s).

    As words hold our relationships, so too do words hold the key for re-forming our relationships. The more we-practice-affirming that-which-is-really-Real, the more we grow in a life of depth. Interior Mythos Journeys is the practice of consciously forging and holding the relationships sustaining a life of depth in the words and stories we repetitively affirm.

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