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Observing as Audience

June 29, 2011 martin 0

Whatever it is that stops us in our tracks matters less than what we are being asked to notice. Whether it be malady, loss, impasse, disturbance or discontent, our emotional system is the indicator that data exists for us to decipher. To be able to […]

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Rainbow

June 4, 2011 martin 0

Tucked under and lifting a symphony of cloud The sun beams in lay-lines from its horizon. Yet, the scientist who explains this phenomenon Cannot describe my feelings for such a spectacle Cannot describe the song in me that dances The miracle of light and spectrum. […]

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Gazing at the Light

May 10, 2011 martin 0

The lamps are different, But the Light is the same. So many garish lamps in the dying brain’s lamp-show, Forget about them. Concentrate on the essence, concentrate on the Light. In lucid bliss, calmly smoking off its own holy fire, The Light streams towards you […]

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The Fireman, The Witness and The Cloud of Unknowing

November 10, 2010 martin 0

A Discussion On Critical Reflective Practice Fire Malcolm Gladwell in his acclaimed book “Blink” [1] discusses the phenomenon of ‘thin slicing’; an intuitive process of knowing involved in decision making. ‘Thin slicing’ is described as an individual’s capacity to take in large amounts of information from […]

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Start off the Way You Would Like to Finish

October 17, 2009 martin 0

Inspired by Glen [Murcutt] and David’s [Malouf] insights drawn from two different fields of creative practice I reflected on the diverse number of ways creative processes capture the principles of what is universally true. When road conditions are good, operating a car takes very little […]