Beauty has become important to me, particularly in everyday moments. For example, I prefer to drink from a goblet. My current one has a quite feminine shape, curvy waist and all. Water, iced tea, juice or wine, I just like the way it looks and feels to me.
My intentional selection of a particular vessel by which to imbibe is symbolic since sometimes I look at the structure of my life as a cup.
My body and the cumulative soul experience contained therein is my vessel and the form that accepts enacts and contains the force of my life experience.
I live a rich and varied life and suspect you do as well. I find it exciting to create my world so it supports that reality. One of the best ways I know to live an extraordinary life is by emptying my cup when it achieves fullness.
When my cup becomes full with a section of life experience, there is nothing more relieving than to empty it. Sometimes I feel full to overflowing with the things I learn and discover.
For example, I was having lunch the other day with a friend and he began talking about the book he is writing. As he started speaking about his project, he began listing all of the experts that came before for him and all of the other business self-help books available now.
He had come to the point where he wasn’t even sure he wanted to pursue his vision of writing this book because there was so much good information already out there.
At the end of his story, he came around to where he reaffirmed his conviction to manifest his vision, but he did so a bit less strongly than he had at the start.
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