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The Art of Being Playful

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‘Another word for creativity is playing.’  Sir Jonathan Miller

Being playful helps us to see situations from different perspectives and even tap into our hidden wisdom. As adults we can lose that skill. Being playful is about loosening up, lightening up and appreciating the value of our own innate creativity.

Facilitator: Rachel Priestman

Rachel has been studying and practising Raja Yoga for 12 years. She’s amazed by the changes it has enabled her to make in her life, so that it’s now more peaceful and purposeful – and infinitely more enjoyable.

A former public relations and arts management consultant, she worked for seven years for the University of Cambridge. She’s now based at the UK National Co-ordinating Office at Global Co-operation House in London.

This talk is part of the Inner Space, The Meditation Centre series.

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