All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘contemplative’

The Good Human Camera

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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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Letting Go In Miksang

The following is a conversation between Julie and a student:  Hi Julie, I noticed that very few people seem to be asking questions related to practice on your blog. I am not sure why this is so, as I know you are more than willing to share your thoughts on a variety of topics. But regardless, I thought I would …

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Beyond the Obstacle of Continuous Distraction

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In the first level of Miksang Training we talk about the two primary obstacles to seeing. The first of these is not being available to see and connect with our world. The most extreme example of this is when we daydream and are completely absorbed in our own internally produced movies. We are completely distracted and perceptually blind. We don’t …

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