Grandmother’s Glass Eye: Elizabeth Bishop on How Poetry Pretends Life into Reality

On the glorious “difficulty of combining the real with the decidedly un-real.”

Long before poet Elizabeth Bishop (February 8, 1911–

Source: www.brainpickings.org

I do believe that this "pretending life into reality" is very much what visualizing and feedforwarding is all about.  For individuals it is about self-actualizing or in more spiritual terms is about re-discovering the Buddha self.  For teaching it is about pretending a learning space into reality AND having other trust you enough to buy in or opt in or join in.

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