Today, working with Pigasus, as this odd little papier mache creature evolves from paper, flour & water, thoughts and concerns about the "little i" have been swirling around. i practice letting go of perfection. i was so concerned that the pig pinanta wouldn't be perfect. As it takes shape and is recognizable, i realized that the potential for this pig always existed. My task was to align my creative energies with that potential. With patience, presence, perseverance and trust, it's flying piggyness is coming to fruition. When "little i" feels proud of the project, "greater i am" gently nudges me and reminds me that "i" am only a conduit or vessel for source. (as we all are)
.... still these words are just a pigger pointing at the moon.