Flow and Awe

“The more self-conscious we are, the less fully conscious we seem able to be.
It’s when we’re most engaged in life itself and with someone with whom we share life that we can lose all awareness of time, place, and self – a state psychologists call “flow”.”

http://wanderingseeing.blogspot.co.uk/2008/09/awe-by-paul-pearsall-excerpts.html

 

Signal to Noise

This week we looked at signal to noise. A term borrowed from electronics. The artistry in Freeforming is to be able to hold the communicative energies while reducing the amount of intrusion the tasks that support this connection make. At the same time we try to open to the possible connection or communication that may be emergent from the “noise”.

In experimental terms we try to reduce the variables of our situation. We try and drop that which not responsive or resonant to our partners intent or attention.