Still image of myself in the video: "Fusion Coloring" (2017). Video by Greg Wendt

I have always been interested in various lines of development in the human potential. The cognitive line, the moral line, the self line, fearlessness line, and particularly the aesthetic line. For how our development takes place along these various lines, as developmental psychologists call them, one can relate how one perceives fear and fearlessness, and thus, how one is capable to manage and/or transform fear and enhance fearlessness. That's a hypothesis of interest that requires research.

For myself, I have utilized aesthetic practices of various kinds, often related to the arts in some way, and I still practice this. The following 16 min. video is one of my first teaching videos that just begins to explore this relationship and how you can develop your aesthetic line... and assist the movement toward fearlessness... hope you enjoy this video, and feel free to pass it on, and send me comments.

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  • Thank you so much for sharing this video with me; I've been travelling a lot since we met in Banff and just watched it this morning, in Oakland, CA. 
    I was excited to hear you differentiate between introverted and extroverted meditations; I had never made this distinction before. I also really appreciate your emphasis on learning about what pencil crayons (et al.) can do as COLOURING TOOLS, and not as WRITING TOOLS that we use for colouring. I, like so many others, was not taught this difference as a child and I can see that my early conditioning still affects both my own practice and the way I work with others. Lots to think about and take forward as I make better friends with my tools and materials :)
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