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“No need to try to make this any more special than it already is.” Make what more special? A walk, a dance, putting away a dish, throwing a ball; riding – or watching – the earth spin…   The first rule of show business is to always leave them wanting more. The first rule of more »

bb xxxv: Never an excuse for boredom

Here I am (I guess) sipping a “Dirty David” while you nap; that’s 1/2 part milk and 1/2 part gelatin-&-maple-syrup-infused coffee, with a dash of pure theanine powder, on crushed ice. Refreshing to me – and espoused with reminiscence → I love our morning walking, like this morning’s – during which what few words shared more »

BB XXXIV: K I S S ?

  I’ve often heard the expression “kiss”, as in: Keep It Simple Stupid. Well, I think that’s stupid. To me it could be simpler: How about just an S (pronounced “Ssssss”), short for: Simplit. Like, whatever it is, simple it.

antigym summer package (2017)

Zenso Refresher  Six weeks. June 5th – July 14th. Three days per week.  Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays. 5pm (in Davis). 7pm (in Sacramento). Outside.    Mondays & Thursdays Strength w/ a Kettlebell + Locomotive Expressivity Basic instruction & classic Zenso doings, with aim… of no aim. Strength related behavior prioritized over fluff, in the vein of stimulative action vs. exhaustive exercise. Tuesdays Walking more »

A half an aspirin, a tonic…

And doing some Zenso? ___ Sure! (But if you ask later, I may say: “Nope.”) ______ And other thoughts regarding: D a i l y   S o m e t h i n g s             to Slay The Guilt Dragon ______ Φ NOT ROUTINES Ω ¡  NOT HABITS ∞ ♣ more »

Greats!

Greats!:  Jotting down one, two, five, or however-many “What’s GREAT, right now?s” can be an altogether engrossing, peace-inducing, & present-bringing task. I don’t know: try it?!

Still-fresh

Still-fresh: Sitting still, anywhere, erect posture yet relaxed, tall, confident (“with trust”), attending to breathing [with or without counting the breaths as you simply watch them happen].

BB xxxiii: “Seek Zeros!”

  ⊃ Brix ⊂ Currently, as part of your B-line, during book-time, I’m reading to you Richard Bach’s Jonathan Livingston Seagull. We’ve come to page 34, after Jonathan reached flight speed of “terminal velocity!” He’s just been called to stand, before the Elders… “Of course, [Jonathan] thought, the Breakfast Flock this morning; they saw the more »