Rob Brezsny reports
In 2004, San Rafael hosted a World Conference of Soul-Making
resulting in three schools for best practices,
to which I will add one more.
theorized that humans are born without souls
and can create them only through arduous,
disciplined rebellion against all belief systems.
agreed that soul isn’t innate,
but insisted that soul-making is by no means difficult
…gathering good stories is effective
and not at all hard.
said every person is born with a soul
in seed form,
and need only discover the ‘blueprint’ of that seed
in order to attract the experiences
necessary to draw out its potential.”
agree with all of the above,
born with a potential integrating seed,
we struggle with dissonance of painful ruminations
and celebrate their great climatic Creation Story culminations
to uncover resonantly notnot
reiteratively positive soul-revelations.
Once again, adding a culminating four-fractal fold
to three interdependent spatial dimensions
closes a four-season structured development story
openly inviting our regeneratively expectant revisit
for yet more soul food
made of premillennial manna.