Journal Reflections represent an interior dialogue with your deepest essential reality. While your responses are for you alone, the relational practice of objectifying a response in written form can be helpful in achieving clarity and determining what may or may not have value to share with others.
What objective realities stuck in my memory from the encounter with The Great Practice: images, pictures, objects, sounds, lines of text, etc.? (Quickly re-create a surface-level recall of the experience).
The 3 elements from The Great Practice that most captured my attention were?.
What are some other words that might mean ?practice??
What practices did you observe in The Great Practice?
What is something you have practiced? How often? What happened to you as you practiced?
Who were the people who demonstrated ?practice? in this module? What comments did they make that resonated with you?
What is ?inside practice??
Which of your practices make you feel happy or content?
In which of your practices do you struggle?
What happens if you don?t practice?
Why is what you practice important to consider?
How does what one practices inform us of who a person is? What does it reveal?
How do I practice an intentional interior life?
How do I practice a relationship to what is really real?
As a result of the encounter with The Great Practice life practices, postures, or next steps I am inclined to consider include:
Other questions raised for me by the encounter with The Great Practice that I wish to explore more deeply include:
*Please star your response to one or more of the questions above to write it in the “Comments” section at the end of the module. This contribution is your personal “seed” in nurturing a depth conversation with others.
What images or pictures caught your attention in this module? What sounds did you hear? What lines of text do you remember? What else connected with your awareness; what else do you remember? (Recreate a group verbal montage of the cinematic module without reflection on specific elements but simply bringing the material back to mind).
What practices did you observe in this module?
Which of the practitioners were you drawn to in The Great Practice? What was it in their presentation that resonated with you?
What practices do you carry out in your own life?
Why is ?practice? important to consider? What message did you take away from The Great Practice?
What does someone?s ?practice? reveal about who they are and who they are choosing to be?
What sustains you when the practice gets tough? What keeps you from giving up?
How does your practice help you live your life?
How do you prepare yourself internally to do your practice?
What is The Great Practice communicating about the nature of ?inside practice??
How do you practice a relationship to what is really real?
How might your life be different moving forward as a result of engaging this art form? What new relational practices or postures are you inclined to consider?
What questions are raised for you by this encounter with The Great Practice that you wish for the group to discuss?