What there is to listen to
I began learning a number of years ago that information can be shared and received in more ways than verbally or with written language. We share and receive information through our bodies, through our feelings, and through the way we show up in a space. Learning to listen to more than words is critical. Learning to listen to what isn’t being discussed — information shared and received through silence. Learning to listen to the reactions we have to information — reactions that live in our (physical and our emotional) bodies. Learning to listen to what comes to us as images, movements, (non-verbal) sounds. Art, dance, expression.
Listen. Listen closely.