Big Toe In the Water

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The moments preceding incarnation are for most of us, an agony of helpless entrapment. We hover helplessly above the earth, seeing, feeling what is about to happen, as we drift or speed inexorably, to be sucked into the dark unique vortex of ‘opportunity’ we see before us. At some point we begin to fall into the impact zone, that is the ‘beginning’ of our ‘life drama’. This is ‘shocking’ to us as we are squeezed, howling into our display bottle, the life sphere, the happening that is ‘us’. This ‘shock’ is the tiny, terrible thread by which our destiny hangs and is the ‘shock’ that we are locked into, virtually interminably; from here all ‘shocks’ develop. From an endless array of ‘shocking’ emergencies, to the ‘shocks’ of knocks and spills, the ‘shock’ of birth trauma and so on.
At last, perhaps, we allow ourselves to be unravelled to the core, to where the last tiny impulse of fascination explodes into the blissful timelessness of perfect release: ‘shock proof’ at last.

The moments preceding incarnation are for most of us, an agony of helpless entrapment. We hover helplessly above the earth, seeing, feeling what is about to happen, as we drift or speed inexorably, to be sucked into the dark unique vortex of ‘opportunity’ we see before us. At some point we begin to fall into the impact zone, that is the ‘beginning’ of our ‘life drama’. This is ‘shocking’ to us as we are squeezed, howling into our display bottle, the life sphere, the happening that is ‘us’. This ‘shock’ is the tiny, terrible thread by which our destiny hangs and is the ‘shock’ that we are locked into, virtually interminably; from here all ‘shocks’ develop. From an endless array of ‘shocking’ emergencies, to the ‘shocks’ of knocks and spills, the ‘shock’ of birth trauma and so on.
At last, perhaps, we allow ourselves to be unravelled to the core, to where the last tiny impulse of fascination explodes into the blissful timelessness of perfect release: ‘shock proof’ at last.

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