Right now in classes we’re practicing see the color blue in our everyday life. Just when you see blue, notice that you’re seeing blue.  I have to admit that I’ve borrowed this idea from the book: How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures in Mindfulness by Jan Chozen Bays, MD.

But blue is a unique color, it’s the last color we notice in our development consciousness and the least seen in nature. Some ancient and primitive cultures don’t even have the word in their lexicon.

The following is a very interesting story from RadioLab that talks about this enchanting color color. Listen, and look for blue:

Right now in classes we’re practicing see the color blue in our everyday life. Just when you see blue, notice that you’re seeing blue.  I have to admit that I’ve borrowed this idea from the book: How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures in Mindfulness by Jan Chozen Bays, MD.

But blue is a unique color, it’s the last color we notice in our development consciousness and the least seen in nature. Some ancient and primitive cultures don’t even have the word in their lexicon.

The following is a very interesting story from RadioLab that talks about this enchanting color color. Listen, and look for blue: