• Yolanda McAdam

Space is the Soil of Imagination

Updated: Jul 13, 2020

If you’re a reader of horoscopes, magic and/or self-help material you’ll know that you have to make space for growth and transformation. I want to expand on this idea of “space” here because there’s more to “making space” than drawing an imaginary line in your living room and sitting next to a picture of your guru for ten minutes every morning.

As with anything that feels important or holds the potential to help us heal, grow and transform we have to start by asking the right questions.

There are two questions that immediately come to mind when thinking about cultivating space : what does it actually mean to “make space” and why should you commit to this practice?

Make space to cultivate the imagination

The space we cultivate serves as a container for our dreams and hopes. It’s a space, away from prying eyes, that encourages and welcomes imagination.