some more possible insight into the processes of “forming…” Through somewhere somehow recently I was alerted to the works of Eugene Gendlin – probably through the work of Mark Johnson, Andy Clark, or Don Tucker…but could be elsewise. Embedded experience, embodied minds, enminded bodies – the whole mess of entanglement our simply being consists of.
and how that might apply to “writer’s block” or that reaching we experience when creating –
that feeling that we can feel it – know more than we’re able to articulate or organize or perform…
This article helps elucidate some of that, perhaps. It has certainly stimulated my imagination and attention in attempting to write more than I seem to know how to….
Eugene Gendlin – Primacy of Body not Perception
“All thinking involves the bodily … to some degree. Take for example any ordinary sentence. In the middle of it you have an unfinished sense of how … You don’t know the end, and yet, all through it, as the sentence wends its way … “
Eugene T. Gendlin
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Interesting…I think this can apply to any form of creativity.
I’m thinking that way as well
…when even the look of the sentence creates meaning…
Hi ‘ Im reading him at the moment.. you can get a lot of free articles by him here…great blog by the way!