The clincher for me was the last line. ..and the witness we forgot was listening. " This one is loaded. When you approach something as sn observer rather than a participant, the notion of not knowing seems to back away with your observation. Then. The activity also appears like having been undertaken before. QBQ here is, is that why when one becomes conscious of an observer or of your own observation, the activity no longer is natural and stops being as effective.
On Aug 16, 2022Gururaj wrote :
Yes, Naren, that lessening of effectiveness is usually the case... But we do see amazing performances of players in spectator sports , and, each of us too, in rare moments of a certain quality of presence can be "self" conscious yet very appropriate
On Aug 11, 2022 Naren wrote :