The number one statement I hear is: “I did not know.” I no longer take for granted, or ass-u-me, what anyone knows. I realize what wisdom one has is largely determined by: 1) the number of experiences (or experidigms) one has, 2) who joins in those experidigms, and 3) how often the experidigms are shared in the group or village. If someone has few experiences and few knowledgeable associates, that someone has little or new wisdom; that someone is a domesticated cow for Bigness T unlimited taking. What one knows from memorizing and watching in school or church may have some important “facts,” but wisdom is based on doing, learning while doing, and doing more to get more wisdom. Doing is reinforced by receiving joy in the act of doing.
My answer to “I do not know” is “I will show you; let’s do this together.” I show how to experience life by doing, which I call experidigming. I have written eleven books on all aspects of doing as a person (“I am…”), as a group (“We am…”), and as an ecosystem (“WeE am…”). Those who participate experidigming learn quickly. Their new question is, “I understand now, but what do I do next? Tell me the next few steps in the instruction manual.” For most people, their school training taught them to watch and follow instructions, so they wait for more instructions. Life is bigger than a series of instructions. Life is about doing every day with all creation and learning how to create in nature, using the infinite flow of Amness (i.e. God) to bring all resources. Each time I showed someone the next few steps or a few more examples, they only do those steps or examples. Then they were finished, done, and complete, with nothing else to do, but repeat those steps. Evil stagnation and addiction set in and they were comfortable just fitting-in, because that is what school teaches. Life is not just about graduating from school, working from sun up to sun down, watching TV or videos, sleeping, working again, and taking the two weeks or so of vacation a year. Being stagnant or addicted to the limited “free” time given outside of work is not experiencing life.
Instead of giving a few steps of instruction, this book is about expanding knowledge to include the wisdom of doing thousands of experiences (i.e. experidigms). This book moves one down the path easily and keeps moving one further and to higher levels of joy. This book moves the mind beyond the propaganda of watching step-by-step instructions into the land of doing and learning by experience through all the senses at once. In this book, the “Definitions” section introduces the new “experidigmer” to a new vocabulary describing words related to experiencing. Armed with the experience words, The “Fellowship Letter” section invites the experidigmer to realize that doing experidigms together in fellowship (i.e. experiship) is critical for doing Next experiences with More choices. Life can have an infinite number of joyful experiences, all created and given by Amness in Amness flow. Get experiship in Amness flow. “Authority” to experience life flows directly from Amness. No human has created life. No human has the ability to create and give and infinite amount of energy, wisdom, and love. Humans and all living entities can only share in life with all the gifts of creation from Amness. Experidigmers are blessed to be in the holy flow of Amness. Three “Major Life Decisions” must be understood to enable everyone to be free from domestication and enslavement stopping the ability to flow with Amness. At each decision point, choose experidigming in joy with Amness flow. Do not choose to fit-in to the domestication Bigness offers in their work-watch-sleep cycle. “Letter to Village” reminds experidigmers to share their experidigms with a village, allowing all to gather more experience acts and wisdom than a single person can do alone. A village allows Next experidigms and More choices. “Accusations and Defense” illustrates that each experidigmer will be attacked by those who take, who control, and who domesticate, collectively called Bigness Ts. Declare your experidigm Amness and keep doing, keep experidigming.
The largest part of the book is dedicated to the last three sections. First, “Experibles” are short examples pointing to new learning. Experibles are beyond simple “facts,” beyond relationships, beyond doing, touching on love or the lack of love. Second, “Acts Emerge” is wisdom that life is always changing, always allowing new acts to emerge and break stagnation and addiction. Emerging acts bring joy and Amness flow. Bigness Ts want to stop emerging acts by only allowing their few acts which give them more money and power. Third, “Act Situations” explore specific types of potential experidigms. Certain experidigms, like eating, can have thousands of variations all of which are easily shared. Some experidigms, like learning what keeps good health, must be understand to protect against all those who try to harm. Other experidigms thrust the experidigmer into new settings, like nature or travel to new places, where all the senses are heightened and receptive to harmony and love. Still other experidigms offer new hobbies, new skills, new ways of doing, or new fellowship to enrich life with joy. All of the “examples” and “situations” are not instructional or step-by-step; they are directional to spur on first acts which lead to more acts for a lifetime. Use the creative imagination and resources Amness flow continually offers as gifts.