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Empty Space

“There is a vitality, a life-force, an energy,

a quickening that is translated through you into action…Keep the channel open.”
Martha Graham            

How do YOU describe the empty space

that is full of emptiness?

Empty space.

You come in and empty yourself.

You show up and then get out of the way

for your life to create itself.

Undefined space

No agenda

Full of mystery

There’s room for discovery

You see a crack in the universe.

A place to fall into

full of emptiness.

 Now remains undefined.



Your presence is your present.

All possibilities are here.

My life is full of mystery.

What fills empty space?


Present tense is where

You create your own experience.

Present tense is the most seductive place to be.

Present tense

You are vulnerable, transparent, and raw.

Authenticity exists in your present tense.

Present tense is where creativity happens.

-spirit moves in human form.

-each problem has a solution.

-innocence stays alive.

You take a risk.

Your agenda is to have NO agenda.

You prepare to be spontaneous.

When you sink into present tense

Your words, movement, voice inflection,

and gestures match.

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If you pulled empty space,

ask yourself

“What in my life desires to be cleared

to open up and make room for empty space?”

Literally look at your

counter tops and


Clear away until you reach present tense.

Respond and delete old cell phone messages.

Empty your e-mail box.

Clean out your wallet or purse.

Clear your computer desk top?

When you look around right now

do you see present tense?

Is it time for you to clear your walls?

Focus on

the empty spaces

when you drive,




In your relationships

where is the empty space?

Do you pause during conversations?

Do you have no clue what the next comment

is going to be?

Make room for

undefined space,

no agenda,

invite mystery,

and room for discovery.

See a crack in the universe.

It’s a place to fall into

full of emptiness.

Now remains undefined.

Empty space


Published by

Carola Marashi M.A.

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