One Action

Because we cannot divide time into segments, our body is really in one stream of physical movement from the moment it is conceived (and of course continuous with the moment before that). There is no beginning or end to our activities even though we identify them in our mind as specific individual actions. In the […]

For Now

For now, we have to be doing what we are doing, and it will always be now. No amount of thinking can alter that reality. In the future, it will always be now. That is a physical reality, so we may as well surrender mentally, and wait to see what life has in store. What […]

Introduction to my book, Body Over Mind, a mindful reality check

The Illusion of Effort F.M. Alexander, Byron Katie, and Robert Rabbin, three renowned, awareness-based educators, all illuminate the fact that the usual way we perceive ourself, and our behavior, is through our thought process which these three deem to be an unreliable source for acquiring a sense of personal reality. Specifically, what their outlooks have […]