The Journey vs. Destination Paradox0 comments
I’m proposing that time is where the suffering is and that healing happens in the present moment. I offer time wrinkling as a way to heal now, which may seem to focus on the destination: healing. I realized the paradox of this to idea that: “Life is in the journey, not the destination.” However, I don’t see these concepts as mutually exclusive.
Wrinkling time might seem to give value to ‘arriving,’ but it is a place to get to only in the metaphor. Where time, and the story of suffering stops, and you can just be. In the absolute now, we don’t feel the need to be other than where we are. I’m suggesting Point B is a way of being in the present moment. I am suggesting that the journey becomes the destination. These seemingly opposite ideas are really one and the same.
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