(Activity 2.28 based on Chapter 5, Ison (2010))
The B-ball is for Being. Ison (2010, 58) says it
“symbolises the attributes of Being a practitioner with a particular tradition of understanding”.
To me it entails touching base with the relationship I (the practitioner) have with my framework of ideas. Those ideas are grounded in my experiences to date – experiences that have come from my history. Continue reading
How do each of the juggling balls manifest in an aspect or activity in my life?
I am going to consider this in relation to my practice as a student engaged in studying/learning – because I am doing it now so it should be relatively easy to reflect on (famous last words…) Continue reading
(Activity 2.20, 2.22)
Updated 29 December 2010
I do use the metaphor of juggling in relation to the competing priorities in my life – being at work; being an OU student; domestic life; spending time with my husband; getting to see our wider family; organising holidays; my allotment; my other hobbies. When any one of these ‘balls’ is active, there is another sub-set of tasks to juggle – so the allotment ball opens up a series of other balls – plant potatoes; dig in compost; sow leeks and so on. Continue reading