A Tangent of a Tangent Leads to an Outcome That has Little to do With the Original Intention
A tangent of a tangent leads to an outcome that has little to do with the original intention . . . interpretations morph the original intention and allow discoveries to emerge. The lack of such exploration is the byproduct of a school system through which we are not educated, but rewarded for being right at the expense of being risky, adventurous, somewhat chaotic and even happy. Schools of the future must teach that there has to be a degree of faith when you hit this part of your psyche . . . being inclusive of the tangent rather than demolishing it and moving on. Being able to observe the connectedness of all the impossibilities is an insight that borders on intuition. However, this is not a training of modern education and rarely explored in a society bent on results.
The arduous yet essential task leading to a tangent of a tangent is the morphing of intention to match the outcomes and then allowing outcomes to be steps to greater outcomes. This is the adventure of allowing image to transform at the heart level — the basic key to changing character through the characteristics.
There is a natural avoidance of this. It is thought (by the brain) to be only chaos. What the brain is not honoring is that in chaos there is always a connecting string; a string that might lead to an ultimate discovery. This connection does not respond, react, or even make sense to the original intention, but spontaneously erupts from the midst of nonsense. This is where the impossibilities are at their greatest possibility — if you have the discipline to remain clear and awake.
This is also a most powerful technique in which you can allow a relationship to form in the heart. Though it makes no sense to your logical mind, it is far superior to any of the logic that you have previously experienced.
This is a relationship of a magical heart . . . allow it to flourish . . . it will reward you beyond your logical imagination. This is the next evolution of human consciousness . . . this is the greatest possibility of life.