Growing up in Saskatchewan there was lots of space. Not just to move around but to reflect and contemplate existence.
Regina was not a big city (you could drive across it in 10 minutes by car) and there was a slow pace to life – even more so in the country where the wheat fields stretch out to horizon and the wind creates waves and sway like the ocean.
Some of the most memorable and happiest times of my life have been the space of just existing, being alive and feeling the vastness yet interconnection of everything. Where everything starts flowing together and you are aligned with the deeper energy of things and infuse yourself into that movement.
It’s like going to an amusement park. You have to choose to go on the ride and then buckle up.
If you pay attention, the universe is speaking to you, nodding and nudging, whispering, asking and begging to play and create with and through you but you have to listen carefully.
In your interaction with anything or anyone, even yourself you can create a movement.
You can feel the ‘more’. The interconnection and oneness.