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By Mary Caroline Richards
A flowing selection of poetry that also is a advisor for all times.
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The imagery of centering is archetypal. To feel the whole in every part: The Mystery and Action and Being of the whole living organism of oneself and of that Self which all of us together make, and of that earth where we are humanly born, and of that sun-sphere that nourishes us too, and of all that universe that beats its way to us now through millions of trillions of light years, making our future its long past, and making the double-talk of mystics who drown time like a puppy in the flood of something else seem like a handbook to cosmic thinking, home style.
Page x The author offers her own insights on what a healthy cosmology can do for us. "[L]ove is fostered by a capacity to experience cosmos," she writes unashamedly (p. 107). And when we are cosmological we are all poets, for one is a poet who "feels and tells through his being the whole story" (p. 67). In a radically nonanthropocentric observation she celebrates the mystical union of ''the intelligence of the clay, my intelligence, the intelligence of the tools, the intelligence of the fire" that come together on the potter's wheel (p.
Puts it, "it is not a concept that I wish to convey. It is, rather, an experience of nature which I wish to summon into consciousness. . It is not a matter of 'adding to' but of 'developing,' of 'evolving'" (p. 37). Light is a given; we are the receivers and, by imagination, rebirthers of the light. But first we must perceive this. M. C. " (p. 106). M. C. celebrates our powers of perception. She sees the true capacity of these powers to "take in more and more of the universe" (p. 106) as a counterpoint to merely developing our capacities to taste.
Centering in pottery, poetry, and the person by Mary Caroline Richards