Something to remember #4

DSCN3727There is ecstasy in paying attention. You can get into a kind of Wordsworthian openness to the world, where you see in everything the essence of holiness. . .


Anne Lamott

In a recent Studio Mojo, Cynthia Tinapple featured the the work  of Ellen Langer on Mindfulness (five points that help are summarised here).  Dr. Langer says:

Beginning an artistic activity is one way to help us move from excessive mindlessness to a more mindful life…engaging our creativity more fully, giving itDSCN3885 a a form that holds some innate interest, ought to be a part of every day life for each of us. (On Becoming an Artist: Reinventing Yourself through Mindful Creativity)

Look at what happens when Genevieve Williamson looks mindfully here.


2 thoughts on “Something to remember #4

  1. genevieve

    Thanks so much Wendy! I find that if I “remove” distractions, often by removing myself or going somewhere else, taking little, expecting nothing…there ALWAYS ends up being something to see.

    1. wendy Post author

      Hello lovely Genevieve! Yes, and it does often involve removing yourself doesn’t it? I find to that having a ritual of starting, or acknowledging in some way that this is the time I have now, make the most of it helps! Loved your I see Jewellery page Gen. Very inspiring!

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