I am always searching for fresh and innovative ideas when it comes to bringing myself to a place of readiness, in my work (whether that be my own artistic practice, my teaching practice, or my scholarly practice) but, also, just in my everyday practice of being present and focused in my daily life.
Check out BeSpoke Communication’s guided practice — it gave me a renewed sense of centre and presence and for that (especially today) I am grateful.
Meet Dotty, short for Dorothy Boots. Christine is fostering Dotty for the month while she’s in between homes, and, wow, do cats teach you a lot about voice work! Partly because Dotty is a very vocal kitty, but also because cats provide such great examples of what it is to be fully relaxed or fully engaged– fully present. We love this picture because it shows such an open, curious sense of focus.
That is what this week’s audio guide is all about: using voice work to help you find a sense of focus and concentration. A little-known side affect of the body work that comes along with working on the voice is that it’s great to help you tune in and gain a sense of focus and concentration. This sequence is useful if you are embarking on a new project, a new school year, a new job, or…
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Thank you for sharing, Shannon!