Curiosità:…a curious approach to life and quest for continuous learning
“Learning is the only thing the mind never exhausts, never fears, and never regrets.”
~Leonardo da Vinci
This blog post was inspired while reading the book, “How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci” by Michael J. Gelb. This practice of “Curiosità” is very much like gyan yoga, the yoga of self-study.
In Part One of Curiosità, we begin to ask confounding questions to move beyond our conditioning and reconnect with our higher truth…
Take one week to consider each question and note whether your answers change throughout the week or if they remain the same.
1. When am I most naturally myself? What people, places and activities allow me to feel most fully express myself?
2. What is one thing I could stop, start or do differently – starting today – that would most improve the quality of my life?
3. What is my greatest talent? How can I best use this talent towards my positive growth and to inspire others?
4. How often do I do what I love? How can I, in a health way, do more of the things I enjoy doing?
On the quest of self-study, note your observances of curiosità!
Hari Om Tat Sat
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