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“We went down into the silent garden.
Dawn is the time when nothing breathes,
the hour of silence.
Everything is transfixed, only the light moves.”
― Leonora Carrington
cause (someone) to become motionless with wonder or astonishment.
What do you hear when you listen to silence?
How would you describe "light moving" in your life work/business?
How comfortable are you with sitting in silence, quietly waiting for a light of possibility to bring you an answer? Write about it....
List 3 to 5 places/spaces where you can listen to silence that are relatively close to where you live.
List 3 to 5 places/spaces where you could conceivably enjoy watching the sunrise near your home.
Traditional Writing Prompts:
Everything is transfixed when.....
When light moves, I see......
Bonus: Answer any and all of these in relationship to your life work or business.
See how different and similar if you were writing on a different topic such as relationships or health or spirituality.
To take it deeper, try to change to one of these subjects (as long as it is something other than your usual first choice.)
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