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acting and reacting (2 of 4)

Posted on: March 10, 2011

Being an Actor, Acting, and Action

Last post we addressed reacting. Now, let’s focus on acting – being an actor in your own life. To act is to choose how you move through the world. Your actions originate with you at the center of your universe.

Benefits: You have more power to determine your own destiny.

Drawbacks: You may in fact be disconnected from other people, and could act inappropriately to the present circumstance.

Worst case scenario: You’re in your own head and not aware of what to do. Or, you rebel from the status quo, trying to be your own person – but in fact rebellion is still a type of reaction.

Best case scenario: You can walk through life and make conscious choices for the highest good, regardless of what is happening around you.

Part three: how these relate to “acting” on stage.


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