Seasoned pots… “seasoned” minds….both carrying flavors along with them

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seasoned pots seasoned minds

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seasoned pots… a lot like the dynamics of “seasoned” minds…

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seasoned pots a lot like "seasoned" minds

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subtle lingering flavors in pots…
so many different “spices” and “seasonings”…
subtle lingering “flavors” in our minds…

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seasoned pots seasoned minds subtly lingering flavors

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such an abundance of “spices” and  “flavors”

seasoned pots seasoned minds a dynamic process

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increasing awareness can lead to nurturing and choosing more positive flavorings…

seasoned pots seasoned minds developing positives

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“seasonings” of the mind…
so many “spices”
so many “flavors”
awareness of this ongoing dynamic,
awareness of and letting go of the “negatives”
awareness of and developing more positives
awareness, developing, choice
so many “flavors”
so much positive potential

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seasoned pot seasoned mind awareness and choice

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seasoned pots…seasoned minds,
so many “flavors”
so much positive potential

~the potential for seasoned pots, seasoned minds

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8 Responses to Seasoned pots… “seasoned” minds….both carrying flavors along with them

  1. becca givens says:

    I LOVE my seasoned pots!!! I even have a type of teapot meant to season for tea … one for green tea, earl grey, oolong … that’s as far as I’ve gotten with them. Supposedly, over time, eventually I will only have to add hot water!! 😀

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  3. sufilight says:

    Very nice! This reminds me to be live mindfully, to be aware of the different flavors that are in my mind…

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    • I’ve started noticing some of those more “subtle” flavors in my everyday life/reactions/thoughts… there sure seem to be lots of them. I guess awareness is a positive step…and seeing them as simply “lingering” flavors. I’m trying to keep in mind that brain science/ neuropsychologist report that the “brain” reacts like teflon with “positives” and velcro with negatives… well, maybe in “seasoned pot” terms that might be “cast iron” for negatives?

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  4. dearrosie says:

    I’d never thought of it, but its so true. Gosh if meals are made with love I expect the love seeps into the pot too

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