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We went to the Room for Hats! What a lovely journey.
There was a request for grounding, too – so we took a detour on the way to the MindSpa.
I had some excellent ideas for us to get curious about this week. They came to me in a moment of inspiration late last week. So, naturally, I totally forgot what they were by the time Tuesday rolled around. (‘Why would I write them down? I’m remembering them right now, aren’t I?)
On Monday, I’d watched an interview with George Kao. He mentioned putting on various hats. The idea’s been around a long time, and it’s a common phrase in English (get my thinking cap on, with my health and safety hat on, etc). Edward de Bono wrote a popular book about it way back in the ‘80s. I imagine the idea’s been around much longer than that.
What did we do with our hats?
The full answer is, of course, wrapped up in the beautiful MindSpa Adventure: the Room for Hats.
(This product has some MindSpa MiniMeditations)