Faithful to the end. Recently I came across the story of Dion Leonard and a little dog called Gobi, and the remarkable story of how they came to meet.
Essentially Dion was doing a multi stage race through the Gobi dessert, and on the second day, a small stray dog joined him, and essentially Dion gave up the quest to win the race, to help this stray dog, and ended up with a much greater prize than coming first could ever do.
Finding Gobi – The Desert Dog
I came across this story, when I came across the book – Finding Gobi.
Finding Gobi – Dion Leonard
And of course, watching this story, and all that I’ve learnt about the Imagination and reality creation, I started going, this sounds a bit like physical reality, for it is always following after the Imagination, bit of a leap and a connection, but the same concept applies.
For that is one thing I’ve been looking for, how to describe the relationship between physical reality and the Imagination, for everyone keeps saying the same thing, Imagination first, Physical Reality second, and the physical reality is always trailing after the Imagination – Hhmmmm, sounds like a faithful puppy dog to me.
Now that the concept of Imagination first, physical reality second, one becomes much more aware of the importance of the inner work, and learning to use the tool of Imagination for reality creation becomes an increasingly more important work, rather than just leaving the Imagination on the sidelines for others to manipulate at their will.
Physical Reality is the faithful puppy that follows the Imagination around, and where the Imagination goes, physical reality follows