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Harold: The Lightbulb Moment Experience

As a child, Harold was deaf.

This picture shows his face as he hears for the first time.

In his face, I see: astonishment, fear, excitement and awe.

It’s a beautiful photo, and I think it really encapsulates what it’s like to see (or hear) something clearly for the first time.

This doesn’t have to be sound. It could be a realisation, a light bulb moment, an insight – something that deepens our self-knowledge.

Light bulb moments can be intense, liberating and evoke all the emotions above, no matter how small they might seem.

Journalling, meditation, sentence completion, therapy: all these activities can bring on lightbulb moments.

I wonder when your next one will be?

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