s a society, we Americans have narrowed our definition of “normal”. Everyone has to fit into our normal, and at the same time ever-changing, standard of behavior or bear the inevitability of being labeled.
Remember when you could hide in plain sight? Ok, maybe you were only two, but you believed it with your whole heart. You had magic. And you loved watching the grownups hunt for you. What if, as adults, we practiced being invisible at a party or a business meeting where we prefer not being seen? Would it be useful? Would it be fun?
Many of you have seen the movie, The Horse Boy. If you have not yet seen it, and you are interested in either shamanism or children, then it is a must-see documentary.