Thursday, January 18, 2007

Seeing More

If you consciously start to pay attention to who and what is around you, you start noticing things that you haven't noticed in a long, long time. Carlos Castenadas says that when we are babies, we see everything. We see shadows and they are as real to us as the leaves that cast them. As we grow up, we learn to differentiate what is "important" or "real" from these other things. We learn to ignore the shadows, and more and more things become shadows to us. In the end, we can drive down a highway and only see the road in front of us and not the mountains that we are passing through or the sky above us. But if you pay attention, you can start to see everything again.

And the best part is that as you look around with your all-seeing eyes, every once in a while, you will look into the eyes of another person who is also seeing everything.

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