Imagine Experience

Imagine Experience
A visual companion for the poem (photo from pixabay.com)
When I imagine being myself,
I experience limitation, restriction.

	Imagine... image... 
		brought into an image. 

When I imagine being myself,
I experience an image, an image of me.

	Experience... contact... 
		it requires an image.

When I imagine being not myself,
	but something else, another person,
I experience being not myself,
	but something else, that other person.

	Imagined... imagination... 
		the process of creating images.

	Being... to be...
		to be is to be an image.

	Imagination... image...
		the intentional act of being.

When I imagine being a human,
I experience a human.

When I imagine being a table,
I experience a table.

When I imagine being a tree,
I experience a tree.

	Myself... my self...
		individual experience that is mine.

	Me... experience of me...
		a specific experience of an image.

When I imagine being with thoughts,
I experience thinking.

When I imagine being without thoughts,
I experience the lack of thinking.

	Experienced... imagined...
		brought into being and being been.

	Imagined... being...
		the process of existing as a form.

	Unimagined... without image...
		being without a form.

When I imagine being without form,
I experience infinity.

When I imagine being myself,
I experience limitation, restriction.

When I imagine being an image,
I experience the act of experiencing.

When I imagine experiencing,
I experience reality.

	Image... form...
		the act of existing in reality.

	Imagined... with form...
		brought into reality.

	Imagination... thinking...
		the process of creating images.

	Image... abstraction...
		a different form of a form.

When I imagine something other than me,
I experience the something other than me
	and not the me.

	Imagined... experienced...
		the process of being.

(2 August 2018)

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