I have learned that I don't really need much. This came from the many times I have travelled and left so many things behind.
Some things are nice to have, but not truly necessary. Above all the things that have meant the most in my life are the people (relationships) i have come into contact with, family, friends and complete strangers. It is the interactions, the stories, i remember how people make me feel.
If I had to choose between a box of my most dear possessions and experiences:
I CHOOSE EXPERIENCES.
Relationships + Experiences are the most valuable in this life experience.
So I have needs and I have preferences in how I like to live. I was musing on NEED + things I LOVE as prompted by Shalagh Hogan + Susannah Conway respectively and I wrote about the things I am drawn to (either naturally or through my life experience).
Here are my musings + wonderings intertwinded with my latest 100 Day Project:
BURIED LAYERS (uncovered, composed + connected )
I WONDER if mapping exposes all the layers held together within...
I wonder if what I NEED most in this experimental cartography is to uncover the LOVE that is the base layer to all experiences in this realm.
i wonder if this is found in an outliook + connection:
an overall optimistic perspective that sees the networks that weave subtle magic + meaning into the layers of each day.
i wonder if this is found in a belief in the power of relationships + connections that keep us building the stories of our lives
what I LOVE is the possibilities held within these creative investigations... i have a need to explore these things
connecting, mapping + shifting the layers to unfold BURIED treasure for #100daysofiwonderinthelandscape
After musing on NEED this quote arrived:
Needlessness is Godliness
Neale, author of Conversations with God, goes on to say he asks himself how little does it take to be totally happy, totally joyous, totally fufilled, and totally one with everything. Timely words indeed.
Resources : See video 2 in this Mindvalley Academy post