Illusions, Dad. You don’t have time for my illusions.

I pushed past my silly doodling worries last week.
And it’s kind of cool how it came about.

I had fallen in love with The Energy Cure, by William Bengston, and decided to give Bengston’s anyone-can-learn-it hands-on healing technique a try.

Step one, solely for distraction, was to compile, visually-represent and memorize a 20 item wishlist. (It’s tougher than I would have thought. That’s my wishlist, to the upper right)

Zentangling was in my top 20.

Studying that wish list several times a day gave me regular reminders that Zentangling was something I wanted to do. Then, presto-change-o, I was happily doodling.

All thanks to the magic of remembering what I want
and spending my time accordingly.
How awesome is that?

Related Links:

George, Sr.: Hold on. I don’t have time for your magic tricks.
G.O.B.: Illusions, Dad. You don’t have time for my illusions.
Arrested Development Pilot, November 3, 2003.
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