Man, I dig a deep conversation.
But all conversations need to be a two-way street, and not one of those narrow ones where you’re constantly in the position of playing chicken with the other driver.
Our bodies never shut the fuck up. Nor do our minds. Even when we try, the chatter might become a murmur, but it’s there.
If you have an injury, each time you move in a way that provokes said wound with an objectionable action, your body yells at you. The tone of voice is clear. ‘Stop that stupid shit. Seriously.’
When something feels delightful, the conversation is more along the lines of, ‘You’re doing a great job. We’re so glad you live here.’
The most important part of any good talk is the back and forth of listening.
Lean, in, tune in, and don’t ignore the parts you don’t care for, especially if they’re true.
Go right here for a sequence that helps you listen, learn, and enjoy the art of a bit of peaceful quiet. It’s quite sweet sometimes.