Monthly Archives: September 2015

As Long As You Want

I am going to clarify about how long to meditate; in my opinion, meditate as long as you want. If you only have ten minutes, I still say, that’s better than nothing. If you prefer an hour, do it. The main … Continue reading

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The Age of Ex-communication

We are living in an age of excommunication (I mean, ex-). Like, you’d think people are communicating all the time. Right? No problem. They do, on their devices. This isn’t real, deep conversation. It’s more like this: We should make … Continue reading

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When to Stop Meditating

I used to meditate an hour or more a day. Then for long stretches of time I stopped meditating at all. If I couldn’t really have an expanse of time, what was the use of meditating for ten minutes? Stopping … Continue reading

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Synchronicity in words, Sept.1, 2015

See the previous post. Sometimes I wonder why I get up at 3am and write the things I do. After writing sleepy, semi-legible notes for this blog, I learned that two great men had died—Dr. Oliver Sacks, neurologist and author, … Continue reading

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Way Cool Big Words: From Neuroscience to Consciousness

Way Cool Big Words: From Neuroscience to Consciousness What is a way cool big word? It’s a word that delights, intrigues, jolts the mind or satisfies its curiosity. Such a word leads to an explosion of ideas with the same … Continue reading

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