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Using Photography to Change Perspective and De-Stress

  • Broadcast in Self Help
Sheila Finkelstein

Sheila Finkelstein


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Sheila Finkelstein, interviewed by Connie Ragen Green, discusses the upcoming Through and From The Lens telecourse, how it helps participants in shifting perspectives, de-stressing, expanding creativity, and to stay focused. Those interested in new view on nature and self-empowerment find the course especially useful.

By tuning into colors, textures, shapes, and more that we generally do not pay attention to, participants in the Through and From The Lens course start finding the beauty in their lives that they never realized was there.

By focusing on external visuals, there is often a change in perspective which carries over into other areas of our lives.

A camera in one's hand offers a measure of control as we choose what we are focusing on at times when there may otherwise be an out-of-control feeling.

The Through and From the Lens telecourse starts Jan. 18th with a pre-course session on How to Use FlickR