The Stream is an opportunity to return and wade in the consistency and essence of meaning created in a younger experience.
Experience is created when I am conscious of what is going on around me. Being aware is a heightened sense of listening. To listen, one must be present. This heightened sense of listening produces a present-moment consciousness of what is unfolding before us – not judging the unfolding; just being conscious. This is awareness.
To be aware one must be attentive. We turn events into experience as we pay attention. We turn situations and occurrences into experience as we open to the possibilities in the moment. And being in control of consciousness does not mean being in control of a specific event or situation.
Being attentive and open as we allow experience to develop and form increases intuitiveness and supports our ever-growing awareness. The stream is an opportunity to return without getting stuck in the past. The stream is not a place to live in the past amidst regrets. The stream requires presence; and presence requires awareness.