Miksang Life Blog with Julie DuBose

Finding Our Way Inside Direct Experience

  I recently received an excellent question from a student of contemplative photography. I felt that it was so relevant to many of us that it would be worthwhile to explore her question in some depth.  From Dani: Julie: You’ve written that the process of contemplative photography is about connecting with the experience of seeing and that it results in …

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The Good Human Camera


In my first blog for the Huffington Post about contemplative photography, “Contemplative Photography will Change Your life by Changing How You See”, I explained that contemplative photography is not so much about photography itself, but more about how to connect directly with our experience of seeing and express that precisely through the medium of photography. By training ourselves to be …

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Finding Balance in a Contemplative Life – Lessons Learned from Being Underwater


During the past two weeks, I had the great pleasure of returning to Royal Roads University in Victoria, B.C. with Michael Wood to teach Opening the Good Eye and Making Contact, the first two courses in our contemplative photography curriculum. We felt very welcome and cared for, and the university campus, nestled in an old growth forest by the ocean …

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