Thursday, January 16, 2014

Feed Your Head

We are a world of sensual thinkers. Thanks to computer technology we're focusing with our hands, eyes and ears. We're tuning into the power of touching gently.  It's changing the way we communicate and feeding our heads. We feed our heads intuitively by thinking with our senses and feeling with our minds. We're share energy through our senses and our heads respond with new ideas. Creative thinking and smarter decisions for the greater good are our path as we enter the new Humanitarian Age.

NYC feeds my head. Free spirits are celebrated here. It’s a friendly place. The freedom is a comfortable, invisible, exciting sensation. There is a lot of action and it's easy to feel the momentum. Sensing traction with momentum is sensual thinking.

It's typical for random people to talk to each other. What we all have in common is what we sense before we talk to each other. What we sense is our reality check.  "Did you see that?" "I heard about.." "Look at the traffic." "Have you been waiting long?" "This weather is...". We share opinions about what we are mutually experiencing with our senses. And it's easy and satisfying / inclusive, but not personal. 

Bumping against each other on subways or in lines, there is often shared energy of unpretentious respect. We're all part of the same picture. The connection is not intrusive, but no one is invisible here. There's a comfort of being. Sometimes it feels like curiosity or patience; sometimes it feels like dignity. We feel it with our minds.

On a crowded train, I feed my head by looking at what others are looking at or doing, usually playing games on phones or a tablet, watching a movie, sleeping, reading poetry or a magazine. Generally people engage their senses. It's an energy buzz we share.  What we sense is how we stay in step with change.

Here is sensual thinking that was scrawled on the inside wall a subway car. You can see it and you can feel it :
  "May the Great Mystery make sunrise in your heart." Sioux Indian Wisdom

Think with your senses. Feel with your mind.
Feed your head and Connect with the energy buzz for the Greater Good. 

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