Mapping a Route of Beauty to the Heart of the World
by Jason Sugg
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Pacifica Graduate Institute
14 February 2012
Has a whole section on Participation Mystique and I-Thou.
Below is an enticing quote. The reason I’m attracted to this work is that I think that the very relationships we are discussing here, participatory, with the ego dropped, with heightened awareness of self and other, are also the relationships that are needed between therapist and client, and not as well grasped: they are vital to knowing. We can’t know others at this level of consciousness without participating in it ourselves. Continue reading “Small Graces: Mapping a Route of Beauty to the Heart of the World”
Without the art Gallery out of action this is a wonderfully innovative exhibit. I was moved to see that with many of these buildings gone, their heritage can survive.
Now I wonder how much wabi sabi influenced the work of Jackson Pollock and those whom bought calligraphic ideas from japan like Mark Tobey
Born: Centerville, Wisconsin 1890
Died: Basel, Switzerland 1976
tempera on paper
sheet: 47 x 36 in. (119.4 x 91.5 cm)
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Gift of S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
Not currently on view
I have boxes of negatives in the attic. Boxes of negatives and prints waiting to be put in albums. Slides I want to digitalise etc. etc.
It is an organic mess! I hate to put my trust in Flickr – even though it works well and supposedly we could get them out they seem to have new long numerical file names.
I stumbled on this family pix! Not that old – only a decade or so but fun to find… they sort of work. And linking to them here will give them life.
The index to these pre-flikr efforts follows:
Photo Album Index