Robinson, Winter | Remembering: A Gentle Reminder of Who You Are
In Remembering: A Gentle Reminder of Who You Are, Winter Robinson recounts her thoughts about the nature of reality that occurred on a nine-day Buddhist retreat.
We don't learn anything, we just remember. When we were children, we knew a lot of things and the practice of magic was an everyday occurence. We could turn the simplest object into the most fantastic, mind-boggling toy that you ever saw. I remember turning two tin cans into my own personal telephone so I could call my best friend. It didn't work, of course. It didn't need to. I think we were born into this world with all of the knowledge and magic the Universe has to offer. Some of us, for whatever reason, are remembering. And so, here is a reminder of what you already know. It is not to be learned, but remembered.
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