When you look at this log peeking out of the water, what do you see?
On a recent trip to the creek, my daughter was walking across a partially submerged log and discovered this cool formation sticking up from the water.
“Mom, what do you see?” she asked pointing to this unusual tree.
After giving it a moment’s thought, I said, “A turtle head sticking out of the water.”
She replied, “Me too!”
My youngest son said it was as lizard. My oldest son said it kind of looked like a horse with a really short snout. My husband said we all had way more imagination than him. 🙂
While this log provided a fun family discussion on our creek exploration, it also created opportunities for a number of Intentergy lessons.
What do you see? Share this photo with family or friends and strike up a conversation that is based purely on nature and imagination. These can be terrific conversations.
Appreciate the opportunities nature provides us. If you can stand the heat or when it cools down, get outside. Walk. Journal. Photograph. Play. Nature is free and a wonderful gift to share with your loved ones.
Take a break from the obvious. Allow yourself to see something new in your surroundings. Whether it is finding fun shapes in the clouds or discovering beautiful new shades of color in the leaves, you are guaranteed to find inspiration and escape in allowing your outlook to change.
Learn from the different view points of others. When we talk about how we see things differently, we learn about one another and how to communicate effectively. Understanding different view points also develops healthier relationships and fosters kinder and more loving interactions.
Put some imagination and communication into your intents today. Positive energy is sure to flow and you may see things as you have never seen them before.
By: Melanie A. Peters
P.S. I really do want to know what you see in that picture.