“Being at ease with a back-pack full of ideas…”
… my personal THINK TANK
… as I see, I’m seen;
as I see, I am heard;
as I see, I react
… breathe with your eyes, see with your ears, hear with your mouth,
a game, the result of which once explore yourself, it’s worth it …
Advantage – lowest energy consumption (Talmi/ Gruber)
Disadvantage – distract me from my resources – my present and my lightness
… at the beginning already have the end in mind, and stay in the distance with my gaze.
so the things we do stay in motion, they get a direction ….
and so we are actually on the road every day, directed,
every drive describes our results, our body tension, our thoughts.
Do you know the speech at your funeral? an invitation I found at Covey, great …
… Lightness comes from distance. The moment in which I begin my speaking or reacting from a distance to things lets me be in a clarity and objectivity.
… My work with voice and speech over the past 20 years has made me curious every day to find further causes, which may be a reason to stop people from being in balance with their own voice. Some time ago I had a clue, that it was all connected with seeing. When I visited my first Eyebody® Intensiv training in New-Zealand, I got an answer to my question. From that time on a lot of things changed in my practical teaching and the reading habits of my clients and students. I learnt, that focussing is only our eyes second function. Their first function is the coordination of our physical, emotional and mental state, besides coordinating other parts of the brain.
Aha! How interesting. This is what Platon writes about in „Alkibiades 1” about seeing and being, being and seeing. Besides Platon there are several contemporary authors, who dedicate their time to the topic on a philosophical or sociological level. I am foremost interested in the interplay of the visual pathway, breath and thinking. It is always our decision, how we allow air to flow into our body, how we breathe and how we let the „big outside“ in through our eyes. Even though I might still have a long way to proof this, however the idea simply keeps me awake. Meanwhile I was able to make reconfirming observations and found out, that focussed eyes are an obstructive habit in our relations to others and the environment…
… Listening! Paying attention! At the moment Kovacs – “Shirley, sound of underground…“
… you should make use of and taste life more deliciously – why not live a delicious life…
… luck isn’t a feeling, but a decision. (from Tilda Swinton, but who said it first?)
And yes, relaxed eyes make you happy, I have learnt that meanwhile – what a great statement 🙂
What is it about?
Boundary and expansion * psyche comes first * showing yourself through voice * who holds on to something, doesn’t experience reaction and cannot answer? * I don’t know right or wrong * details in the connections * lines and their meanings between us in the communication* breath* breathing* lines on us and from us and in us* quick access to our blockades* high ability to reflect in the teamwork* follow what makes you restless* a main clause/ statement? for evaluation* the thing about breath and placing ourselves at the disposal for the world* contributing to the work of global relations* line as an extension of the body* working on the tone and answer whilst speaking*
listening carefully also means to listen with relaxed eyes * who holds on to something, doesn’t experience reaction * thus fails to answer* It’s impossible that things are the way they were until yesterday* to challenge the resources of the others and to apply it in voice and speech* what can vision do with expression* curiosity keeps me awake* showing comes before speaking* impression before expression* alertness for the moment* a penetrable body and breath in motion* with thoughts on the edges* panoramic view in a wide visual field * voice is the extension of the body* phantasies of the body* speech*…and by the way… what was it all about?