the purpose of practice

Chris Corrigan blogged and I doodled.

The work of Chris Corrigan and the Art of Hosting apparently share much with my pet projects: Slow Learning, The Hedonist’s Challenge and Liberation Movement.  The common threads?

  • How we pay attention changes things
  • Deep listening (and tasting, and feeling, and seeing, smelling, and touching, and moving) is a practice worth doing just because.
  • There’s no higher goal for learning than to learn.
  • There’s no other purpose for feeling good other than to feel good.
  • When we move freely, we’re already there.
  • We’re better together when we can be with ourselves.
  • We’re better together.
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5 thoughts on “the purpose of practice

  1. Dear Patricia: Chris gave me permission to reprint his article in the IAF Europe Newsletter. I wonder if I could get your permission to include your picture to illustrate his article? You can reach me at rosemary.cairns@iaf-europe.eu. Thanks 🙂
    Rosemary

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