Fear is full of possibility

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  • Blindfold yourself and explore your home, if you have access to a garden, even better. Notice what else you can sense when your sight is unavailable.
  • Put your mind on hold and write or speak without knowing what you are going to say. This is even more fun with a friend, start with 5 minutes each, ask a question you can’t possibly know the answer to. Let the words come from your body instead of your mind.
  • Set an intention to sit for a period of time — 30 seconds or 1 minute. Then start a timer but don’t check it until your fear tells you the time is up. No counting allowed!



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Kiri Bear

Kiri Bear

Artist, poet, facilitator, wild one - read my thoughts www.humansarenature.com, work with me www.kiribear.com, playful collaboration http://amble.studio