That is a concerning feeling, indeed. Your soul knows you, though. Listen for Her voice. She will guide you true.
I think this is an exciting place to be. This reminds me of Jackson Pollock. Not knowing oneself and being okay with that is actually a gift. An artistic freedom. A beautiful thing.
I felt suddenly caught in a whirlwind. Wonderful write. With so few words, you have captured it perfectly. And we will never know....we have the ah ha, moment...only to find there are more layers of the onion. We can never know ourselves completely. We are masters at hiding from ourselves. But that is a good thing! Always the chance to be surprised. Something new, even when we are with ourselves alone.
Whoa! There are a lot of great calculations...for learning : )You made me think ...something I try to avoid : )ZQ
One of the reason we have to have these part of ourselves we don't really know... maybe there are doors we should keep locked.
"It was then I felt The Stranger hit me right between the eyes" --Billy Joel
Whew - these are very deep thoughts!
Method also centers the madness, as we center the unknown self. Mighty soulful words. I think for me there is bewilderment or faith where method has hate.
... and perhaps all the answers hide in the madness ...
A troubling thought..i hope the sense of self returns
Personifying method and madness as angry siblings is a fun thought.
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