Expressing human experience. LO24246

From: Winfried Dressler (
Date: 03/24/00

Replying to LO24233 --

Dear At,

you've asked:

> How do I express my experience?

By the way I lived, live and will live.
The question now becomes: How am I going to live?

By my past, present and future creations.
The question now becomes: What am I going to create?

Putting both together lead me to:

By the way I create my life. This is to give form to content.

Regarding the boundaries of the system, I am quite sure, that I do not
only express my own experiences. So the 'I' and 'my' in question and
answer is questionable. And I am again and again expressing experiences
from whereever they come. One-to-many mapping. But who knows? May be I am
trying to fit all the experiences together in copies of always the same
expression? (Many-to-one) The truth also could be that I repeat without
recognising the same expression for the always same experience.
The feedback includes experiencing and expressing and many-to-one will
yield more many-to-one as well as one-to-many will yield many-to-evenmore.
The becoming is sustained by the creations themselves, but only if they
are generative. And they again must transcend the 'I' so that the creation
has value for others. I wouldn't call it symbiosis, the experience is that
of synchronicity, which is the strongest sustainer of creative momentum I
know of.

So far my stroke to the picture. And one of the many strokes of expressing
my experiences.

Liebe Gruesse,



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