Prompt, Brief, Practice
A prompt is a question point inwards, asking for language, and results in getting to know oneself better. For example: what bores you?
Briefs ask for collaboration (with another person or knowledge). It is anchored in a gravity (situation) and converges on a shared space. For example: what is the secret of a work-life balance?
Practice is a habit of listening for moments of meaning when we pause what we do and think about our intuition and the aggregate meaning hiding in plain sight.
I have been sending a weekly prompt to paying subscribers through Being in Space for the last six months. I will now rotate between briefs, prompts, and practices.
This week's practice is: