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A zoacode. My first ever viewing of a zoacode, looked interesting, and I glanced over said article, then turned away
Live energetic discourse spanning the planet on #Junto (prototype) where I heard this word again and had to admit I did not know what it means. @Notthisbody was kind enough to forward a link. I used intuition and ended up here. The last image intrigued me and I iPhotoed it off the screen, showing it to the Junto participants. Being an engineer at heart, I did not believe the talk of a few strangers about zoacode effects.
Over the next day, I mused about the energy that the live and trusting connections to remote strangers had manifested for me within the past few days. It seemed to be much higher "voltage" when spaced out by physical distance. I felt intrigued to look at "my" symbol a few times. It resonated with a longing to connect I had experienced a few days earlier with an intensity I was not used to, except once in 2006 when I did Steve Pavlina's finding your life purpose exercise.
In the evening, walking home from the subway I spaced out a bit and realized what the test for a knowmad was.and that I had just passed. Another word I had no definition for during said #Junto the night before. I had looked it up while the discussion went on. I did not connect it to the symbol.
So while walking, I mentally marked 2010-04-22 as my knowmad birthday and realized I wanted to join the spacecollective. Some of that longing feeling again.
At home I played a brief #junto and showed my partners the symbol that had intrigued me. And enlightening struck home, Surprisingly and against prior non-belief, I sensed it was this symbol had helped me amp up my personal bandwidth for connectivity in some way.
Now you know, the second symbol became my symbol. May it have an effect on you as you wish. Or not.
SLITHER INTO DEVOTION
LAUREN SEROWIK CONTEMPLATING A ZOACODE IN THE NERVEPOOL
UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS, PHILADELPHIA, 2006
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