|a)||how these Conversations For Transformation share transformation itself, and|
|b)||what's required to be an enterprise which makes transformation available in the world.|
Can transformation be shared in writing? Can transformation be shared within a related context of writing and reading? "Possibly ... maybe ..." I say, which may sound strange coming from a writer of essays on a website titled Conversations For Transformation Yet in all likelihood, "possibly ... maybe ..." may be close to the truth. Follow this analogy as an expression of this process. This is just an analogy. It isn't "the truth":
I'm letting go of a helium filled red balloon. I'm having it float - gloriously, wonderfully. I'm having it travel like magic over to you, to exactly wherever you are. You take it. Now it's yours. Now it's all gloriously, wonderfully yours.
I'm the source of the experience of transformation. Conversations For Transformation is the context for the experience of transformation. The experience of transformation is the red balloon. The experience of transformation ie the red balloon wants to be shared. It loves to be shared.
Coming from the experience of transformation, I write words pointing to the experience of transformation. My words completely cover the red balloon. I adhere the words to the surface of the red balloon leaving no space uncovered. Then I remove the red balloon, leaving the words in the shape, form, and sense of the red balloon. I publish the words to the internet as Conversations For Transformation You read the words, getting the complete shape, form, and sense of the red balloon they cover. You get the red balloon from the words. You get the experience of transformation.
The red balloon is yours.
Appropriate to this intention, I tighten up my life, I examine where integrity is missing. Where integrity is missing, I put it back in. My life with integrity replenished is now a reliably defined wooden frame. The spaces in my life, the spaces in the wooden frame, are where transformation shows up. To build a structure which will allow transformation to show up, to build a structure appropriate to sourcing transformation, I pour concrete into the spaces of my life bordered by the wooden frame. My life has now become a concrete form. My life now supports a structure appropriate to sourcing transformation. When the concrete sets, I remove the concrete form ie I remove the wooden frame ie I remove my life as I used to know it. My life as I used to know it, is now gone. My life as I used to know it, is over. What's there instead is a new structure appropriate to sourcing transformation.
The new structure appropriate to sourcing transformation is based on my life as I used to know it, and has now wholly filled and replaced my life as I used to know it. Concrete being what it is, this new structure I am, this new enterprise I am which is appropriate to sourcing transformation, is a forever commitment.
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