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Awe: how it's good for us, a self-assessment quiz and a series of 'awe-inspiring' exercises we can try.

"“It’s a question of seeing so much clearer.  Of doing to things what light does to them.”  Eugene Guillevic

I've been interested by 'Awe' recently ... partly inspired by the recent publication of Dacher Keltner's book Awe: The Transformative Power of Everyday Wonder.  

There is so much emerging material highlighting the importance & value of Awe ... see, for example, this piece on the excellent Greater Good website: Eight Reasons Why Awe Makes Your Life Better.

Still staying with Greater Good resources, see too their Awe Quiz page which comments "When you're done, you'll receive your awe score, along witgh feedback interpreting this score and tips for experiencing more awe" ... what's not to like!  And there are also sections on What Awe Is ... Why To Practise It ... and ... How To Cultivate It.



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