Hey, thanks to all who participated in the “Introduction to the Inner Path of Photography” workshop yesterday…We really covered a lot, didn’t we? Inside and out, spiritually and tangibly.
Good insights, good photographs too…and some nice perspectives to apply to our lives, whether shooting photographs or not.
I remembered how much I love to teach what I believe in and that inspires me…and also how much I learn from participants at the same time.
Loved affirming that we all share similar challenges as photographers: wanting perfectionism, finding our own muse, avoiding the “shoulds” of others; recognizing the “shoulds” of our own inner slave driver and allowing ourselves to play!
And beginning the discussion of how to work with those challenges, and get back to the joy we felt when we first discovered our new love affair.
“M”: thanks for the “I want to go to bed with my camera again!” sentiment…It captures so beautifully what we’re all yearning for and love to feel when the that photographic/inner spirit passion connects.
Yesterday was inspiring, supportive, and full of camaraderie. That’s what I love about photographers…most are grooving on the joy of life, and enjoy sharing their discoveries and feeling.
Now I’ll get ready for the September intensive….So many ideas, so little time!
(See “Inner Path classes” tab on this blog; also you can find description here on my transformational life counseling site.)