Medicine Hat Canada Road Trip Photography Alberta Mayamagik Christian Koehlert

Ingredients For A Successful Co-Creation | Pt. 2

How To Manifest Stuff?

So here is the story of how we manifested stuff. Since I got here, we have been strolling through big home depots and other big halls full of tools and equipment. We only need about 20 items to have all the essentials to start our journey. I did not expect the preparation to be that intense. Of course, we are looking for the best prices and going to the big shopping centers is the fastest way to get the things we need in a short amount of time, but on Sunday we proceeded with another approach.

Since not all shops are open on Sundays here in Canada, we had some time left to roam the suburbs. Because we were not ready to head off, we stayed with friends in a lovely middle-class neighborhood of Medicine Hat. The guys living in this house are amazing people with a high spiritual awareness who kindly support our endeavor. Most of them emerged from the skateboard culture and seemed to be very talented in music. There are always great tunes in the air played on guitars or the piano.

Practical implementation

Let’s get back to the new approach to gathering our stuff in this suburban neighborhood. Every household owner has a small junkyard in the back of their property. Most people fill this space with old classic cars left there to be disintegrated by rust. For Jens, who studied engineering and generally has an affinity toward old vehicles, this hike through the backyards is like a hunt for rare animals in a remote jungle.

On this trip, we had some great encounters with people, strange cars, and the local wildlife, which seemed to get used to the proximity to human beings. Jens could even pet one deer, and I could get close to some gorgeous „Bambys.“

Medicine Hat Canada Road Trip Photography Alberta Mayamagik Christian Koehlert
Photos shot around Medicine Hat in Alberta, Canada.

Conclusions about Co-Creation

From my perspective, our environment to the point we start to discover it is an undefined quantum space. Until the observer decides to bring up the effort to take a closer look, this undefined quantum space is an ocean of possibilities. Having a clear concept of what items you need will bend the probabilities of what you will find.

It seems like Jens had a strong focus because he found a couple of items that could be handy at some point. Nothing fancy, though, but I am sure we could save a lot of money with some more patience. I guess the idea of consciously attracting certain material things that help us will become an issue that we can improve shortly.

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