The Journey


Today we’re going on an expedition.  Remember to prepare yourself well - a glass of wine (or something stronger) might be a good idea. Whatever else you do, try to give yourself enough time to get into the whole journey…don’t just set off for two minutes or so. Give your treck between five and ten minutes (hence the red wine)

…when you return jot down a few words, making sure your impressions are spontaneous and genuine (and no looking at anyone’s work and cheating before you’ve done your own)

Ok…When you’re ready, click on the photograph.

(Make sure your sound is up)

Later, you might like to visit the lady below. She discovered the journey first

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don’t lose your way


  1. Comment by David on September 30, 2008 6:24 pm

    He thinks its cool, I think its thawing.

  2. Comment by soulMerlin on September 30, 2008 6:42 pm

    And I become instantly fractured David - but the pressure has lessened.

  3. Comment by Liara Covert on October 1, 2008 8:35 am

    No human being ever loses his way. Perception is a marvelous invention. Higher Forces empower and perplex humans with the gift of free will. Everything we perceive is an assumption of the truth, and yet, what do any of us really know of truth? The answer always lies in the Spirit we feel within ourselves at a given moment. It is a matter of attuning to the energy in ways that stretch us, prompt us to truly live before our time in this world is over.

  4. Comment by Lilly on October 6, 2008 3:50 am

    It was freezing Henry even though the sun was shining and the skies are blue. I feel cold and my head is whizzing and not from any red wine. I was waiting for a crash (oh I know I am a pessimist). How cool is 3D, in this case literally. How I would love that trek to be over stretches of water and beaches. More my kind of trek I think! And I think we as humans do lose our way or if that trek went any longer it may have been my dinner. you are a creative soul though aren’t you? Your posts are always clever and thoughtful. Would you like to fly?

  5. Comment by Susie on October 7, 2008 12:25 pm

    You could smell the chill - seriously…

    Im with Lilly on the beaches and the ocean. One of my true dreams would have been explore the American Frontier.. Indian Country up in the Dakota’s before it was touched by the White Man - when the green hills rolled with sounds and spirits that were dancing.

    Thanks for sharing this Henry!

  6. Comment by Beth on October 8, 2008 3:08 am

    Very relaxing for me after a stressful day. Thank you!

  7. Comment by Anji on October 13, 2008 7:13 am

    A good way to start the day - to start the week too. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Comment by Robin Easton on October 14, 2008 7:11 pm

    Well, that was a ride on the wild side!! I was very airsick until I worked out that I actually could control my flight. LOL A bit like having flying dreams all my life….it took me a few years (when I younger) to work out that I could actually control my flight. LOL Then flying became Nirvana as flew over great parts of the Earth in a night. Exhilarating!!!

    I think we are always right were we need to be and are never lost. The real key is realizing that it’s about learning to use everything as fodder for growth…and to choose how we want to respond to any given event on our journey. It is a bit like my flying dreams and realizing that I have more choice or control than I initially realized. Hugs to dear henry, Robin xx

  9. Comment by Robin Easton on October 14, 2008 7:13 pm

    PS I had a long and unusual conversation with your robot dog friend, Asteroid, last night. LOL LOL

    Alas he refused to tell me your intimate secrets is very faithful to you. “He” also told me that “he” was a “she”. I told her that she had a deep voice for a “she”. LOL :) :)

  10. Comment by Liara Covert on November 5, 2008 10:41 pm

    This image triggered for me recollections of the human being who ran barefoot in 15 below zero for miles. He wore shorts and no shirt. This reminds me human beings greatly underestimate their potential in all seasons, and not only in winter climates. The ability I describe was chronicled on a special documentary program about ’superhumans.’ This included people who claimed they could see color of music in the air and perceive other fascinating things not experienced by everyone as ‘normal.’ Yet, I would suggest that such behaviour is actually possible for everyone. It is a mind over matter exercise to explore your potential. Each soul has a very person perspective on what they would choose to explore and develop within themselves.

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