Kindle: To bring to the state of giving birth, used for non-human objects and processes of imagination. It is a process that does not end with birth but with re-kindling. It is a male energy, akin to lightning, or the root of a tree, which embodies it in wooden form. A fire is kindled. The wood split fine to kindle readily is called kindling, and quickly passes on its kindling power to larger wood, which then kindles larger wood yet. New information kindles the imagination, which is thereby set into a state of rekindling and ongoing connectivity. Kindle is paired with its twin, the female receptive energy: quicken.
A Farmer and His Fire, Turtle Mountain, British Columbia
Having kindled his prunings, he now kindles your imagination, through the photograph I kindled, when my imagination was kindled by viewing him.