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  • How to Become a More Mindful Actor

    We’re all not just trying to become better actors, we’re trying to become better people. (And when I say “better,” I am not implying there’s anything flawed or messed up or wrong with you as you are now. The potential of who each of us is—the tiny seed of love and compassion and possibility that dwells within us all—already is perfection.)
    But life has this interesting transformational principle, that evokes our hard edges—our places of discomfort and resistance, impatience and places we get stuck—to try to work through these areas to make us better. 
    There’s really nothing more substantive than acting to assist us in this process, because acting is life. 
    I have always felt that actors have this innate connection to the deeper mysteries of life. There is a willingness to explore and go to places that, a banker, perhaps, may not be inclined. As seekers, risk-takers, and storytellers reflecting back to humanity what it means to be human, actors sort of have to. 
    And part of that is also about being more conscious. Thankfully, we’re beginning to quash this age-old myth that says we have to be “messed up” or damaged or bat-shit crazy to

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