Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Brain teaser

Optical Illusion.  Can we really be sure?

At first glance all I could see was the fish.  Wondering about the image embedded in the fish, I found the Knight of Cups.  Makes me think of the debate last year when we were all asked "what color is the dress?"  Or the optical illusion that floats around on FB asking what do you see - "the frog or the horse?" 
Lately my feelings have been all over the place and that is what this Knight calls into question.  What is going on?  Where will my feelings take me if left gallivanting across the countryside; which is more like the knight being in a reversed position. 
Focused or Frenzied emotions?  Maybe the Knight has rode in to help me figure them out and do a catch and release of the turbulence.







The LINESTRIDER'S Journey - Siolo Thompson

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  1. I don't think I would have seen the knight on the horse if you hadn't pointed them out! Makes me think of how my emotions can overshadow rational thought sometimes.

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    1. I also thought of the old idiom, "believe none of which you see and half of what you see."

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  2. I wouldn't have discovered it either. Maybe it is best to do nothing for while; trying to settle down a bit first, before you make any drastic decisions

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    1. I don't do drastic anymore. My legs don't work so well after trauma. So since I can't outrun 'em I temper myself. Makes life kind of boring.

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    1. Okay I went ahead and checked. Couldn't find a movie about ride a pale fish or anything with a fish and a pale rider. The only thing I found was something from Revelations about a pale rider on a horse---Death.

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  4. Maybe try sauntering a bit in the countryside? See how you feel? Or plan another trip to the coast? When I was having adrenaline rushes/anxiety attacks last I hid in the house but all advice is to get out and be active even in a gentle way :)

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    1. I was at the Oceans edge the first week of January for my birthday. I enjoyed myself and then had to return to the cold dampness of winter. I think it threw me out of kilter.

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