Imagine, you put your heart here for a time.
Then you walk here across the grass and leave your mind. Perhaps it will meet a bear later.
Then you walk further into the grass, where a glacier left some good soil a while back, and leave your tongue to taste the wind.
It’s a game that takes a slight suspension of disbelief. I hope you’ll bear with me for a bit. I can’t reveal where we’re going, because if I do we won’t get there, but we’re on our way. Here we go, under the firs, where it hasn’t rained for 500 years and the ant lions have set up shop. Here you can leave your hunger.
And you walk on without it, across the blue green algae that made the sky blue, and covers the soil like a skin.
Yes, here you leave your skin, and walk on without it, open now to the wind.It’s like that that you come to the water. Look, your skin is following you. Hello, skin.
But we have a place to go to and move on. Ah, look, your heart has gone underground and has appeared out of deep time, through our subconscious. Hello, heart.
Skinless (please remember, these are subjective states not concrete ones, but they’re no less able to impact the world) and knowing your heart has grown and is full of trout, you move on. Ah, there’s a thought.
Look at it folded in the ancient folds of that brain, soaking up the sun the rock has absorbed and the lichens have been feeding on. Leave your bones here and move on as the wind.
Here you are fire. Fly to the sun. This is not the stuff of fairytales. This is what you do every day. This is the point of you. This is why you are here. Now, walk on with nothing at all, and to no destination, perhaps to what the soil was like before it was grazed or tilled…
… and what you were called before language bound you. Do not judge. If you judge, you will lose the world. Stay in it. See?
Look at the fire rising from your heart! Look at your body standing up from it and holding it at the same time. Now, find your way back. Start here.
This is how I live now. This is just one hour in one day.
Tomorrow we go further yet.