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Practicing the attention response
October 13, 2014

There have been couple of clients this week, where I have found myself talking of the essential need we all have to give and receive attention. That all of us should be connecting to as wide a circle of people and situations as we can. The reason is that this is how we learn and discover – of things that we knew not of and what maybe is appropriate and useful or not in how we are.

We can often find if life pressures build, that we spend more of our time either alone or with a narrower and narrower group of people. And of course this can happen quietly without our ever being aware of it.

So how can we be aware of this if it is happening to us and what can we do about it? The answer is clear – namely to cultivate curiosity. To be able to see what is there with child like eyes and to be asking the question why.

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Andrew Richardson
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