Marty McMorrow’s Newest Release
In Spectating: Becoming Witnesses of Life, Marty McMorrow invites us to set aside our current ways of thinking about why we do the things we do, how we became who we are, and what it means to exist. He debunks much of what we have been taught about human autonomy and challenges us to consider a radically fresh view as to why we think, feel, and do the things we think, feel, and do. He also outlines practices that may help us experience profound senses of connectedness to the world that surrounds us while reducing unpleasant emotions such as anger, self-deprecation, guilt, and sadness.
The word “Spectating” is used to describe a set of practices, as well as the sensual result of those practices when they are instrumental in helping us experience the awesome pervasiveness of external causality in our lives.