Found scribbled on a post-Shiva-Nata post-it note.
From a few months back, but I found it today.
Which was exactly the right day to find it.
Anyway, here it is:
There are two ways to find the clues.
1) Be present and you will find the clues.
2) Be someone who sees patterns, and you will find the clues.
Over the past several months, the clues have been falling into my lap with an immediacy that surprises even me.
But really it’s not that surprising.
It comes from being present. And from being the person who sees the patterns.
And since Shiva Nata is the insanely fast shortcut to both of those states/abilities…
Clues. Pointing arrows. And surprisingly often also the information I need in the exact moment that I need it.
So I’m doing a lot of reflecting.
Sitting with pieces and shards of information. Playing with it. Rearranging it. Flipping it. Turning it upside down and inside out. Mapping out the connections.
Turning off my brain and then turning it back on again.
Because that’s the shivanautical approach.
Be curious and play. Be curious and play. Be curious and play.
How the commenting blanket fort here works.
Each of us is in charge of our own experience. Yay!
So we take loving responsibility for how we interact with concepts, with our process and with each other. We pay attention to what we need and to how we can give it to ourselves.
p.s. I haven’t yet posted here about ohmygod SHIVANAUTICON! Mostly because I was hoping to have more information for you other than the dates and the much-wished-for cotton candy machine. But you can sign up here for details and there will be some excited noises soon.