Living to Make Sense of It All

Meditation Mount benchIt is my pleasure to have you visiting this page seeking a good read.  I promise you won’t be disappointed when there is something on it to read besides this “Under construction” notice.

Ok…I don’t want you to feel you have wasted your time. Here is a taste of some of what you will find here; I will offer you prompts for creating. You can use a prompt however you like, to journal, to mediate, to ponder or to write a short story or article about. I have found prompts to be of service to my creative self.

Your prompt for today is- What do you imagine you might be thinking if you were sitting on the bench in the picture?

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8 Responses to Living to Make Sense of It All

  1. Susan says:

    I would hope to be slowing down the “thinking”. What a wonderful place for just being, for listening, and just plain soaking it up.

  2. Roz says:

    I would be thinking, God is good. What beauty surrounds me. I’m at peace, and all is well.

  3. Gayle says:

    I have sat on just this bench before. ;-)
    What I recall thinking was that nature and the universe are in perfect alignment. Notice how the trees are in perfect rows making a pattern, there is a beautiful combination of green colors and texture to the landscape, how the mountain peaks are the same height, etc. Even the things we don’t necessarily have control of work without our “manipulating” them. Just beautiful.

  4. Karen says:

    The view from the bench reminds me of a view I snapped a photo of in Southwestern China in 1996 during spring festival time. The next thought was of the women and their beautifully embroidered and embellished clothing, but especially festival clothing. Then popped into my mind the mothers and grandmothers preparing & dressing their daughters/granddaughters down on the river’s sandy shores for the Spring Festival, a community-wide event that brings all the eligible young people together from across the hills and valleys and villages so that the mate-selecting rituals can take place. And then the next thought was how varied and colorful (and “eccentric” dare I say?) the human “mating” rituals are across the world. And the next thought was “what are my community’s “mating” rituals?

  5. Craig says:

    What a wonderful outlet for creative expression this website is! And I love your low-stress writing style; it’s very relaxing reading your stuff. Keep up the good work.

    By contract, my blog tends to be more serious. I think I need to take some deep breaths — though I DID post this some time ago:

    • Kimberly Wulfert says:

      You are so right Craig. Yoga practice is phenomenal for the mind/body. When you find a teacher you resonate with, it makes all the difference. There are many different styles of teaching, types of yoga and teachers differ greatly. some times people, confuse their experience of the practice of yoga with the yoga teacher. It’s like anything else in the healing arts. Find someone you resonate with first, then all will follow right until it’s time for you to move on again.

  6. Judy says:

    I’ve sat on that bench before too. Several years ago. It’s a magical place.

  7. vivi says:

    Just breath taking…

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