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Let's get curious!

Discussion in 'Seekers Circle' started by Geoff-Allen, Aug 30, 2019.

  1. Geoff-Allen

    Geoff-Allen Resident megalomaniac

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    Greetings one & all!

    I think many people would agree that curiosity is a good trait to possess.

    Here's a page all about curiosity -

    Curiosity can be used as a way to inquire into our experience—the joyful and painful alike. Curiosity may allow us to begin to level the playing field of our lives so we don’t have to excessively privilege one experience over another. It just takes some of the dys out of dysregulation, smoothing out our internal psychological rollercoaster as we are faced with moments that can take us to ecstatic heights and ones that may take us into an abyss. In the words of Martine Batchelor, a teacher and former Buddhist nun, we can begin to ask, “What is this?” We are not looking for a specific answer but rather using the question as a method of experiential investigation.

    Full article here -

    Let's Get Curious! - Mindful

    Enjoy your day!
     
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