Listening as a Transformative Practice by Jaime O'Connor, MA

Deep listening is a contemplative practice that assists us with dropping our habitual story lines so that we can genuinely engage with other people and the world around us.  It is a practice of listening with an open mind, suspending our tendency to immediately label, analyze, critique, or organize the information that we are receiving.  It is a more experiential approach to hearing in which we don’t just hear what the voice is saying, we hear the quality of the voice itself.

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