Do You Dig?
To find enlightenment
and succeed in life’s journey
toward individuation and edification,
we might participate in
an inner archaeological dig.

Assisting Workshops are found under
“Soul-Searching Archaeology,”
offered free at The College of Life,
and Hard Knox University.
Do you “dig”?

These workshops include
a certain kind of digging
into our inner archaeological rigging
to discover, then uncover our intrinsic self —
our weaknesses, specialness, and gifts.

We may group these traits together
with our abilities, liabilities, and values;
Then map a course of action and direction,
to weather the archaeological dig.

During our life’s exploration —
our digging for purpose, meaning, and self —
We’ll often need to go within;
visit our inner “archaeological workshop,”
and remove layers of crud,
sediment, and debris
as we make our way through
Life’s University,
pursuing our goals to discover,
uncover, and achieve
self-fulfillment, individuation,
and self-actualization.

It’s responsibility and work,
an endeavor I’d like to shirk;
But seems a course worth taking,
a workshop in the making,
for avid, tripping, soul-searching
archaeologists like me.
Do you “dig”?

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