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OUTPUT, INPUT

AND

THE SPACE BETWEEN

 

it’s worth monitoring the ratio

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OUTPUT

[ more listed below ]

Here we’re observing any energetic exertions. 

It requires energy to think a thought,

to go some place, 

to day dream. 

The idea is not to judge your observations of where you are

‘spending your energy’

simply to notice the quota

(the percentage)

of your time in the frequency

of output. 

 

Other examples of OUTPUT:

  • Projecting self in future/past timelines in an *effort* to figure something out

  • Rushing through activities to get to the next/clearing the to-do list

  • The mindset of ‘I’ll be happen when..’

  • Movement for the sake of ‘doing'

  • Talking for the sake of talking

 

INPUT

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[ basically any waves coming at you ]

Outer Inner Space

Other examples include:

  • Youtube videos

  • This article

  • Opinions of others

  • Film

  • The written word

 

  • The spoken word

  • Energy travelling on the waves

  • Advertisements

  • Bulletins, Feeds,

  • Anything which is injested through your eyes, ears, nose, mouth or any other open energy gates.

 

Again, it’s about observing the percentage of ‘how much’ of

your experience is input.

curiosity to the ratio.

 

How much space between one source of input, and the next.

How many all at once?

No judgement, just interest.

 

THE

S P A C E

BETWEEN

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The space between. 

 

Thought exists,

slower, and it’s not forcing you anywhere.

Simply recognised as output.

Your phone might beep,

but there’s no *need* to check

who is sending you energy —

 you’re in your space

for the moment,

creating space

and bending time.

In these moments
tranmissions can occur.

 

 

Or nothing can occur. 

Void is creation. 

These moments of recalibration

might seem slight,

or like nothing is happening,

but as you play with the variances

established patterns chart to shift.

 

 

 

Your whole perception

 begins to shift.

 

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