Both revelatory and mysterious, Lindsay Rockwell's "Watching the Light Shift" shows us the path without giving us the answers.
Observant and curious, poet Jasmine Marshall Armstrong draws inspiration and lessons from birds in her poem "Yellow-Headed Blackbirds".
BY MARY DINGEE FILLMORE You listen all the time to the whispers of faraway stars’ radio signals. They barely flutter, but you’re more sensitive than any other telescope in the world.
When we are looking, says Anne Lamott, really actively observing, then we are overriding our tendency towards interpreting and distorting the objects of our perception.
Alexandra Horowitz asks, what does it really mean to pay attention? Is it beneficial? And how can we be better at it?
Jiddu Krishnamurti's diaries reveal his 'process' and daily engagement with the the experience of his own consciousness and encounters with the unknown.
'How long has it been since you wrote a story where your real love or your real hatred somehow got onto the paper?' Finding the truth of our authentic passions is the key to forming the foundations of a writing practice, according to science fiction author Ray Bradbury.