Exploration

it really is about the journeyExploration comes in many forms. There is the art of exploring places, people, intellectual studies, and of course products. I feel to best appreciate the “art” of exploring one must first find an intellectual foothold to better understand the complexity of discovery.

Within the confines of “self” there are the many expanding horizons that result in more questions. There’s what we know, what we don’t know, and what we don’t even know to ask.

Jose Silva in his Mind Control classes teaches ways to discover human potential. This takes the form of healing, ESP, and formulating a plan for the future that is crafted by our own design. Each meditative step is a projection of what could be.

Before Mr. Silva began developing Mind Control he was a healer. Each method he experimented with produced varying results. Using your mental screen as you do in problem solving you can become a successful psychic healer. Simply by meditation and visualization you will produce an effective plan to enhance life’s possibilities which will tip the balance into the realm of accomplishment.

After discovering our limitless potential for expanding  horizons, other people will unveil themselves beyond their defensive cloak. This will create dialogue not possible before. With any unearthing of truth there is a sense of well being that is self contained and also projected beyond the conversation.

This realization isn’t only contained in ourselves. Openness to a lack of restriction means that travel can go way beyond the usual tourist paths.¬† Straying into places just beyond our field of vision can lead to the act or power of imagination.

This imagination results in our delving into history. History of the places we visit add a layer of understanding and interest that connects humanity from long ago to the present experience. The pictures we take of those places and people we meet bridge our “living in the moment” to the past.

Memories are a fixed internal dialague that re-enact that beautful timeless thought to a description that only gets better with time. Like a fine wine the memory ages and the representation or account of a person, object, or event becomes synonymous with a feeling we will never forget.

Scripting our journey to combine that which we can control with that which we can’t is part of the mystery. The first time doing or seeing anything is usually the best. Part of our DNA is the wonder of that which we discover under the vast topic of “exploration”.

Within the scope of this topic is food and wine. Fresh ingredients only available in a certain locale produced by a world class chef unleashes a variety of sensory thoughts. The display, texture, and taste of the meal if properly executed form a bond to the environment as a whole. The place, the skill set, the appreciation of what it takes to accomplish that rare culinary event goes beyond the scope of discovery and into the book of memories.

Equally transcendent is a wine that captivates. Difficult to produce with many layers of production and skill, the template for exceptional becomes rarefied air. Distant from the life and concern of the ordinary this experience is one to applaud and acknowledge. Getting lost for a moment in time and reflecting on the scent, color, viscosity, age, and subtlety of flavor is a tribute to the love and experience it takes to produce such a living, evolving, entity.

As you can see exploration is an acknowledgment of wisdom found. The sagacity of profound discovery becomes a chapter that adds another aspect to our ever expanding repetoire of life.