Looking outside to find SIMs on the inside

Beautiful short video from the School of Life

“I had a great day, the high point was staring out of the window”

-Tim Cocks

 

LAST CHANCE TO GET ON AN AUSTRALIAN EXPLAIN PAIN OR GRADED MOTOR IMAGERY COURSE FOR 2016

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Gold Coast 30 September – 2 October Explain Pain and Graded Motor Imagery (Close to full, remaining tickets selling fast)

Perth 15 – 17 October Explain Pain and Graded Motor Imagery

HAVE YOU DOWNLOADED OUR NEW PROTECTOMETER APP YET?

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Just search the App Store from your iPad for ‘Protectometer’

WE’RE PACKING UP EP3 AND TAKING IN ON THE ROAD IN THE USA

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EP3 events have sold out three years running in Australia, and we are super excited to be bringing this unique format to the United States in late 2016 with Lorimer Moseley, Mark Jensen, David Butler, and few NOI surprises.

EP3 EAST Philadelphia, December 2, 3, 4 2016

EP3 WEST Seattle, December 9, 10, 11 2016

To register your interest, contact NOI USA:

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5 Responses to “Looking outside to find SIMs on the inside”

  1. davidboltononoi

    Hi Tim
    It is suggested that the screen of the mind can never be blank. Unconsciously maybe, but I do believe that those window moments are precious episodes when the conscious screen is definitely blank, those moments I enjoy greatly.
    DB London
    Sea Gazing 😎😎😎

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    • timcocks0noi

      Thanks David
      Sadly it seems those precious moments are becoming increasingly rare for many, and the appreciation of the benefits of a blank screen is declining.

      Perhaps there might be an app for that… 😗 😉 😂

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  2. BlanaidCoveney0noi

    Hi Tim.

    This is great. The thought that our greatest insights many come when we stop trying to be purposeful and respect the creative potential of reverie is refreshing in a world where purpose seems to define everything …. even the doing of very little!

    The potential of daydreaming reminds me of a lovely story about a friend who is a Spanish teacher. This woman truly adores her job. Her exacting standards are as legendary as her hard work and great results. Her classroom, however, is a daydreamers delight where the walls are festooned with posters of cities in Spain and Central and South America. Each place is somewhere she has been on her travels. The ancient city of Salamanca, the Roman Aqueduct in Segovia and the colourful food market in Barcelona hang beside images of Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca and the Mayan ruins in Mexico and Guatemala. While she understands that not everyone will be interested in the finer points of Spanish irregular verbs, everyone can glance at the wonderful photos and dream. Even the view from the window gives glimpses of the changing colours of the region’s mountains.

    On returning to her classroom after the summer holidays one year she noticed the windows had a film of foggy plastic placed on them half way up, just enough to block the view from even the tallest boys. You might think this would appeal to a teacher who likes the students to work hard and pay attention? On the contrary, she exclaimed, ” Are the kids never to have an original thought in their lives? Are they never to gaze out of the window and dream? Orders were issued, plastic removed and normal service was restored…dreaming included.

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