Definition

depth | [depth] | noun

  1. a part that is far from the outside or surface
  2. a profound or intense state
  3. the quality or state of being complete or thorough.

synonyms: abyss, base, bottom, completeness, declination, draft, drop, expanse, extent, fathomage, intensity, lowness, measure, pit, pitch, profoundness, profundity, remoteness, sounding, substratum, underground

This week our word is simple, and so is our goal. Go deep. Examine each fiber. Persist in your quest. Squeeze harder and engage more fully. Think it through completely; from all angles, and understand it all. Be fully you; to the very depth of your soul.

Quality is decided by the depth at which the work incorporates the alternatives within itself, and so masters them. -Theodor Adorno

When it comes to relationships (with different people), conversations, situations, I have sometimes been told “You’re reading too deep into this”. Is it possible to “read too deeply”?

I don’t think so.

Recognize the truth…Read the writing…Contemplate the symbolism

Absorb (and believe) the action. Your instincts lie far within; they are your personal compass.

This week, go deep.

The depth and strength of a human character are defined by its moral reserves. People reveal themselves completely only when they are thrown out of the customary conditions of their life. for only then do they have to fall back on their reserves. – Leon Trotsky

Philosophy In Action

How deep is your willPower practice? Emotionally, do you infuse it into your daily thought process?  Physically, have you set a December Plank Challenge goal? The time is now.

Color Your World

This color can help you be more discerning and can help to organize your life better.

Chakra Therapy

The Sanskrit name for the brow chakra is Anja which means to perceive and command. Use the color to help you look for deeper answers.

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