Of course, the heads on Easter islands have bodies. It seems so obvious once the images of the bodies appeared.
Throughout centuries, the story behind the mysterious stones and the people who built have lead to many speculations. Before the excavation the bodies, the questions focused around “Why did they built the heads?” and “How did they do it?” Now other questions are emerging: “Why did they bury the bodies?”, “Was the statues buried on purpose?” “Or it is simply the work of time?” The statues were carved by the Rapa Nui people. sometime between 1250 and 1500 AD so it is possible that erosion and changes in the landscape could have buried the bodies.
Our thoughts are, just like the bodies of the statues, often hidden. Freud talked about the unconscious mind – a part that is not available to introspection. There is also the term subconscious mind, which is used to refer thoughts that are not in focus.
How can you find out more about yourself o ensure that you bring the best to your innovative process?
The course Social Entrepreneurship 101: Discovering Your Passion and Path to Change the World describes passion is fundamental for social entrepreneur. And perhaps passion is a good foundation for whatever you decide to do in life.
But how do you find your passions? How can you explore what is underneath yourself.
A life map might be a starting point for your journey to discover your own story and passion.
What can you include in a Life map?
- Issues that you are passionate about.
- People who have inspired you
- Books that have captured your heart
- Experiences that have made an impact upon you
To discover more about the excavations, visit Easter Island Statue Project website.