a reply to: Agartha
I'm in! Love activities like this! Thank you, Agartha
1) Imagine yourself walking down a path. Describe the path and its surroundings.
Its a small dirt path winding through the middle of a forest. Lots of trees, tall ones, small ones, a few good climbing trees here and there. Lots of
bushes, foliage and wildflowers, it's beautiful and peaceful. The forest is alive, birds are chirping and bugs singing in the distance.
2) Alongside the path there are some trees. What are they like?
They are beautiful old oak trees, covered in moss and perfect for climbing.
3) You suddenly encounter a bear. How do you feel about it? What is your interaction with the bear?
I remain perfectly calm but am extremely afraid, I do not move. The bear seems to take notice of me but is not all that interested. It hears a noise
off in the distance and moves in that direction, away from me. Once it's gone, I can breathe and continue along the path.
4) You come across a key. What does it look like? What do you do with it?
It's an old skeleton key, gold in color with beautiful detail on the top that has been plugged with dirt. After cleaning out the dirt, I put the key
in my pocket.
5) You see a structure up ahead (building, house, barn, anything you wish). Describe what you see. Do you explore the structure? How do you feel about
It's a small cottage, made of wood and stone, covered with gingerbread detail and vines climbing up the sides of the small home. There is smoke coming
from a stone chimney on the right side of the home. A small rock path winds its way to the front door. There are lots of bushes, plants and flowers in
the yard that are treated with care. A big beautiful oak resides in the front yard, covered in moss. I feel safe there and would love to go inside of
the home and read in front of the fire or underneath the old oak tree. The cottage appears to be someone's home, suppressing the urge to go inside, I
continue along the small dirt path.
6) You now encounter an obstacle on your path. What is it? What do you see on the other side of the obstacle? What do you decide to do next?
An old tree has fallen and is blocking the path that continues on through the forest. I walk around the tree and continue down the winding dirt path.
7) To one side of you there is a wall. Describe it.
It's more like an old wooden fence than a wall really. There are flowering vines climbing up the fence alive with color.
8) Do you want to see what’s on the other side of the wall? If you do, what do you see?
I do want to see what's on the other side! I push the vines to the side and peer through the fence. There is a meadow on the other side with
wildflowers everywhere and small stream moving along in the distance.