|Posted on January 11, 2013 at 3:15 PM|
Do you think it's important to have some models of "excellence" to see, especially when we are immerse in a learning process? The video below has given me great inspirations about how much things we see and observe can help us to learn, giving us new opportunities to go beyond our range of actions, gestures, perceptions, feelings, and behaviors, too.
In this video, neuroscientist Vilayanur Ramachandran outlines the fascinating functions of "mirror neurons". It made me aware of how much it's important to have models and examples to observe, too, when we want to learn something new, especially in the movement field!
In some way, it has helped me to realize how everyone can "see" (and feel) things in different ways, and with different degrees of empathy and involvement.
And this is just the beginning...