Friday, May 7, 2010

Razor's Edge for 5/7/10

It has been a week since the end of NaPoWriMo. And I miss it. I've had brief discussions with the other two writers I was doing this "with." We all three miss it. But the month ended and so did the daily poetry.

Today, in a text message exchange, one writer and I wondered at this sudden absence of poetry writing. And why the month of April, that someone dubbed NaPoWriMo, made a difference.

My conclusion? It's because, as with NaNoWriMo, there is this giant pool of interpreters who have agreed to participate in this big "shared field of writing energy." For whatever reason, when we put our collective heads together in our separate writing spaces, the energy and time and creativity is there. We may be writing alone or in small groups - but the energy field we create encompasses the whole earth.

What if?

What if we could access that every day? Or most days. Not just in special months?

What. If?

Today's Razor's Edge:

The video is about four minutes long. As you look at it and listen to the crystal singing bowl, think about how our energies connect. Or spiritual selves if that image fits you better. Because we do all share the same planet and, ultimately, the same breath through the air we breathe. Our sun is same no matter where it rises or goes down from where we live.

Like a swimming pool: where does my water end and yours begin? It doesn't, we all have access. Creativity - like a swimming pool, warmed by the sun and cooled by the wind.

VIDEO with music:





WORDS:
I walked to the edge and saw...
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