... curious about socioculture processes
... a musical ensemble, an online network, this assemblage of people, or that, and why some flourish, and some seem to conflict more than others?
... This is an - individuals, groups & shared code question, anthropologically -
(and perhaps a psychotherapy one, as well
In what ways might it be possible to bring knowledge from these Subjects to inform a flourishing World Univ & Sch?
it's also a question about agency ...
... growing, open, teaching & learning resources at WUaS -
I'm particularly curious how to make them very enjoyable & relevant to you.
How to develop fruitfully the 'Counseling' page
at the bottom of the SUBJECT TEMPLATE
which, right now, has a link to Re-evaluation Counseling (RC) ...
... where people at WUaS will be able to talk to each other for the same amount of time in open RC ways
(talking opens & changes things),
with the possibility of doing so anonymously online ...
Navigating socioculture processes with understanding is beneficial ... :)
especially via talking,
(which can be difficult at first)
While sociocultural processes (anthropology & ethnography), counseling & psychotherapy
(all wiki Subjects at WUaS -
may all be a hop, skip and a dance BACK AWAY from wondrous
Loving Bliss Eliciting
or the Relaxation Response
these may OPEN the way to exploring these, as well as much else -
ah, language :)
Folk Festival at 30th and Geary Streets in San Francisco ...
lots of musical instruments and people making music :)
How to get the improv jamming for ALL instruments up & running at WUaS,
instrument page by instrument page?
... where you could click through to a jam in a virtual world,
with all the related musical innovations we'll make :)
Barbershop quartet workshop (at this Folk Festival)
... with a lot of face to face singing ...
I hope WUaS can make this happen live in virtual worlds ...
I'm adding a Barber Shop quartet page at WUaS
click through to the Music School
... good jamming - 11 instruments - and dancing out in the parking lot ... :)
... lots of trippy faces here - not sure why :)
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/06/gunung-mulu-national-park-malaysia.html - June 26, 2011)