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December 9, 2020

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William Segal: The Force of Attention

When one is still and listens, one begins to be in touch with a mysterious element that is within each of us, which can transform and shape us and can help to transform the world.

– William Segal –

William Segal: The Force of Attention

“Attention is an independent force which will not be manipulated by one’s parts. Cleared of all internal noise, conscious attention is an instrument which vibrates like a crystal at its own frequency. It is free to receive the signals broadcast at each moment from a creative universe in communication with all creatures. However, the attention is not “mine.” In a moment of its presence, one knows that it does not originate entirely with oneself. Its source surrounded by mystery, attention communicates energies of a quality the mind cannot represent. One needs to be at the service of conscious attention; one prepares for its advent through active stillness.” The painter and writer William Segal shares more in this thought-provoking excerpt. { read more }

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For more inspiration here is a poem by William Segal, “The Middle Ground.” { more }

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