The primary purpose of a beauty practice is to:
1. Turn off the shorthand of our sensing and perceiving abilities and turn on our more basic (yet often obscured) capabilities to sense and understand
2. Truly see and appreciate the harmonious and serendipitous relationships all around us
3. Create, cultivate, and nurture such wherever and however we are each individually able to do so
Practicing beauty is retraining the eye and the brain to avoid oversimplifying generalizations and isolating fragmentation, to see with the heart and the soul and to invigorate our natural capacity for wonder.
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