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Looking With Your Whole Body

Looking With Your Whole Body

Jan 19, 2014-- "She visited the Bay Area, where she lived on a horse ranch south of San Francisco. The exposure to the beauty of the place -- the coast, the hills, the redwoods -- made a deep impression. One day, as she stepped out of her house, she looked up and saw a red-tailed hawk soaring above her. 'As I stood looking up at the hawk, in a voice as clear as day, I heard these words: 'Tell my story'." Jane Rosen's drawings and sculptures are born from the perennial questions: What can nature show us? And what is seeing? Her work shows us something about that." In this piece, Richard Whittaker interviews Rosen at her studio and ranch in San Gregorio, California to talk specifically about seeing with the whole body. (19779 reads)

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Take ActionIn Rosen's words, "the act of seeing is coming into an understanding of the whole of what's occurring." Take a moment today to be present with your eyes, mind, and body, so that you can see something in its entirety.

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