45 Calls to Adventure – to give you practice in seeing that ordinary reality can be quite extraordinary.
Mindfulness, for me, is the very simple process of actively noticing new things – that puts you in the present, makes you sensitive to context. As you’re noticing new things, it’s engaging. And it turns out, after a lot of research, that we find that it’s literally, not just figuratively, enlivening.Ellen Langer
It's Thanksgiving week in the U.S. of A. and I'm off visiting my family. Recently, one of my favourite sites, On Being, rebroadcast a podcast with the wonderful social psychologist Ellen Langer - The Science of Mindlessness and Mindfulness. Langer has been doing...read more
While at a workshop with writer, Dani Shapiro, she referred to a piece in her book, Still Writing - Advice for Writers from Poet Jane Kenyon. I realized that I've incorporated many of these things into my life over the past few years. Below I've adapted them for...read more
Confession: I’m still learning to see. Even though I’ve been practicing visual design principles for my photography for fifteen years, I'm still learning. Even though I’ve been teaching workshops on seeing for seven years, I'm still learning to see. Noticing...read more