Presence As Architecture

08 Jun
Presence As Architecture

Presence As Architecture

I feel there is an almost shamanistic quality to feeling someone’s intensity in their presence, through the universe of their eyes, that wholly intense beauty of Nature’s power itself spoken in the eyes or the place, genius loci. Beauty is ablution. Presence is ablution. Youth and age and craggy-faced memories telling stories are ablution. Intensity comes around to focus, conscious or unconscious, and immersion.

There’s a purity I feel in Intensity, and honesty. An honesty like Nature’ll kill ya, and it will also support and embrace you very much when you find your own Nature within. Do we really never get there? Are we there yet? Nah, I feel we get there all the time. Any inspiration or big smile or torrential cry… those are temporary glimpses of how YOU are enlightening.

Like sunbeams coming through the trees. And, it’s not poisoned by experience. I feel enlightenment is tempered by it. Not saying I’m enlightened, though I’ve had plenty of Hanged Man Moments so to speak you are CERTAIN their might not be a way off the mountain of the experience so to speak.

Though, maybe it’s not 100% uncut identity that is intense, as that’s not intensity, that’s potency. Like cranberry juice. At 100%, uncut, it’s toxic. Legally, it has to be mixed with apple juice or other. There it is. Immersion in intensity is…:

Immersion is ablution. ~ Jordan Hoggard

Here’s a link to my Pinterest board, Presence As Architecture. Happy, sad, glad, mad, pensive, joyous, dangerous, etc etc. These people, animals, places, and things strike me with their presence as being Natural. That gets me every time. It’s like sharing a hot spring, or a forest path. The people and animals and places and thing in these pictures haven’t said a damn thing to me, with words, and they may have just told me all I need to know… Each and every one of them. People, places, and things. Animals. Call ‘em nouns. Except these nouns? I’m fairly certain these Nouns have consumed their share of verbs.

Instead of saying Enjoy!, I’ll not color it with anything other than me expressing a portion of my perspective above, and to say, Experience what you feel when you visit these Verb Eaters who I feel have… Presence As Architecture.


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5 responses to “Presence As Architecture

  1. Pure & Blessed

    June 8, 2020 at 7:09 am

    There must be something in the air today… I just posted my blog and then read this to find you’ve succinctly put into 3 words what I’ve been babbling on about!
    “Immersion is ablution” perfect! 😊

    • Jordan Hoggard

      June 8, 2020 at 7:27 am

      Yes, that’s what I felt after posting and then heading to the Reader feed, and there was your post to read… presence.

      Immersion is ablution. 🙂 And, I love the immersion where you bring us home in the last paragraph of your post, “Memory Paused.”

      “Today I find a photo of Mr S. It’s a very rare one, usually he gets deleted as he thwarts my attempts to catch him as I feel him, by turning goofy faces at me as soon as I point in his direction… But just this once, I caught him unawares… I see his face and I recall why I settled inland and just for a while, I forget that I miss the sea…”. Love the immersive ablution in that.

  2. Pure & Blessed

    June 8, 2020 at 7:32 am


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