CS facilitator featured in Huffington Post

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Tess Wixted

Julie DuBose, Miksang photography developer and Continuing Studies' facilitator, began her study of Miksang with Michael Wood, its original developer and teacher, in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1998. She has been traveling and teaching with Michael since 2000 and is a teacher of all Miksang levels. In 1999 she founded the Miksang Institute for Contemplative Photography in Boulder, Colorado and Miksang Publications in 2012. Her first book, Effortless Beauty: Photography as an Expression of Eye, Mind, and Heart, was released in March 2013.

In her recent article for The Huffington Post Julie writes:

I have passion for seeing and expressing my experience of seeing through my photographic images. I have trained myself to pay attention and stay open and available to see no matter what. There is so much that I don't see when I'm distracted and preoccupied -- a world that is amazingly vivid, unexpectedly gentle and often surprising, elegant, and jarring. There is an infinite range of possibility of what I can see when my mind and eye come together in a moment of direct seeing.

Read more of Julie's article. And be sure to join Julie and Michael Wood for their upcoming workshops in Continuing Studies, Miksang: Opening the Good Eye - An Introduction to Contemplative Photography, April 16-20, and Miksang: Making Contact - Discovering THAT, April 22-25.

For more information and to register, contact Continuing Studies x2513.