Watch this short, inspiring video about a guy named Kent who creates sculptures by balancing rocks. After viewing, I have something fun planned for you…
Ok, here’s the fun part: What if you are the sculptor and your life, complete with a body, thoughts, desires, dreams, choices and circumstances are the rocks?
My sister so wisely added: “The great thing is that we can build with the rocks of our choosing and disgard the rest. Rocks of judgement, criticism and condemnation don’t have to be part of our sculpture. Instead, we can choose rocks of creation, good energy, appreciation and possibility! We get to choose the rocks and create the sculpture.”
Today’s “leaping” exercise: Let’s watch the video again. This time, imagine yourself as Kent, the sculptor. Listen to his words. Listen to his wisdom and process. Feel his intention, energy and joy. Pretend that he is you creating your life!
How was it? Now, view it again, only this time be the sculptor of a specific dream you have. Watch and feel yourself create that dream through Kent’s actions! Really let yourself imagine, feel and create!
We have imagined today, thanks to Kent and his inspiring sculptures. But, the thing is, you really are the sculptor of your life. You have all the tools you need. You have everything to allow and create the life of your dreams. The question is…will you go for it? Will you allow the master sculptor to come out and play? (If you are reading this, I think you already are on your way!)
I started just doing small ones
It slowly evolved
It’s very soothing because you are in a slowed down state of mind
Ignore the background chatter – you focus that out
Your balance is unique – others may watch and comment, but your balance is your own
Find the balance point
Find your center
You look at it and say, “I think this will work”. When you actually try it and “Feel it” – then you’ll know
Slowly, more slowly adjusting, feel for it, then start to let go
Then, give it the lightest tap
If it stays, it will probably stay. If it tips, it may fall soon and needs to be adjusted more
If you’re not paying attention, the rocks can slip
Please enjoy their temporary sculptural quality
I’m beginning to remember now….
I want to try things…..
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