1 10, 2019

Play, Spontaneity and Experimenting

By |2019-11-01T01:27:24+00:00October 1st, 2019|Categories: Self Care|

We are continually making meaning of our world. Humans are internally self-organising and self-realising organisms. In particular pertinent poetic ways. Each of us is a unique voice for the world.

The vividness of our personal images

In his beautiful book, Free Play, Stephen Nachmanovich discusses the sacredness of play, the importance of making mistakes and the art of improvisation, imagination and intuition.

Malcolm Parlett discusses the paradox that in our current education system and dominant paradigm culture spontaneity no longer comes naturally to us. We value the well-considered response. And so now bizarrely, we need to cultivate the oxymoron of spontaneity training. The art of spontaneity. Cultivate deeply sensed embodied responses that feel congruent, authentic and true.

http://www.freeplay.com/

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