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The Adventures in Seeing Book

It’s finally here! 210 pages and 45 photographic exercises to help you pause, focus, and connect with life. Click on the image for purchase options and to learn more. Join a private Facebook group where we’ll be doing the exercises beginning January 1st.

Workshop Opportunities

This workshop in visual journaling is being offered in three parts, with the first one starting February 27th. Registration will open January 1st, 2017. Click on the image to learn more.
An On-Demand Email Course with 8 emailed prompts and exercises, sent every four days. The price has been reduced to $10 and you can start right away. Click on the image to learn more.

Recent Posts

A New Mentor in William Christenberry

Last week, I introduced you to Tara Brach, my mentor in seeing and pausing. I'll share more of these mentors throughout the month. I learned about each of them in some accidental, surprising way. Something about them clicked with me and I wanted to learn more. This...

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Worldwide Adventures in Seeing Weekend

Please join me this weekend to celebrate the launch of my new book. Post your own adventure in seeing on your social media platform of choice. Use the hashtag #adventuresinseeingweekend so that we can find you. What is an adventure in seeing?   Anything that is...

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10 Lessons from Tara Brach’s Radical Acceptance

[box type="shadow"]For the next few weeks, I'll be revisiting some older posts to introduce you to some of my mentors in seeing. Enjoy![/box]   The book, Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach, is one book that made a huge impact on me and this is why Brach is one of...

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5 Pivotal Photography Books

  I was intrigued when I saw this article, 5 Photography Books from My Shelf, by Dylan Goldby over at f-stoppers. Three of the five are familiar to me and I'm particularly curious about "Belgrade Belongs to Me" by Boogie. That's why I like these lists. They tell...

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What is Seeing?

"Seeing is when awareness and attention become constant and undivided, become contemplation. Seeing is not a self-indulgence, a "pleasant hobby," but a discipline of awareness of unwavering attention to a world which is fully alive. It is not the pursuit of happiness...

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That Feeling of Vuja De

  Déjà vu, from French, meaning literally "already seen", is the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced has already been experienced in the past. (Wikipedia) Comedian George Carlin, as only he could do,...

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