Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Inspired by: Kimberly Poppe

Approaching  by Kimberly Poppe
   In a further attempt to widen the scope of contemplative photography, I am featuring the work of photographer Kimberly Poppe.  Kimberly practices the Miksang approach in her camera work.

   The Miksang method of seeing is based on the Dharma Art teachings of Chogyam Trungpa. The Tibetan word miksang means, Good Eye.

    For many, the Miksang approach is a natural fit and you might like to explore it more fully through the link I provide at the end of this post.  The interview is filled with great resources.

    In the end, as I said in the 11 January post on this blog, the method and practice you adopt must fit you and there is no need to be a "purist" in my opinion.  By all means, try everything on!  You will eventually settle on what feels right to you.

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