My dear friend Julie for years has diligently explored a world of what I call ‘invisible technologies’ – things that we don’t mention, because fundamentally we don’t value, so we don’t see them. Daniel Quinn, author of Ishmael, expressed this best when he said (paraphrasing) “You can hide a secret best, in plain sight”.
An intact traditional and native culture comes heavy and pregnant with these kinds of secrets-in-plain-sight, constantly renewing its people with the ho-hum, everyday magic that a nourishing culture provides, and that remains so untouchable and mysterious to modern peoples enmeshed in the anxiety of materialism and a failing worldview.
Recently she wrote an article on ‘intention’ that I really like, and I encourage you to check it out.
Introducing the Intention
I would like to introduce to you another option that gets met our need to continuously expand into better and better feeling places and into new experiences of our lives and our potential. It is a method that does not include any trying at all, as a matter of fact, the more you try, the less it works. Welcome to the power of setting Intention.
Finish the article at her website.