Are you sitting at the feet of the wisemen?

Seemingly one of the most influential books I’ve read [many times]

happened first, during the summer after my first year of college.

Inner Tennis: Playing the Game

Did I play tennis at the time?

No. I played baseball (and football).

And I played ‘living’.

Still do actually.

Which is why the following video clip –

a six minute interview with the author of this book –

seems so relevant,

to us,

[maybe] to you,

and to Zenso as it seems to evolve.


Timothy Gallwey Interview: 

“… feet of the wisemen”

Now, rethinking what I always considered a classic “psychology” book,
much of Inner Tennis seems quite Feldenkraisy 1.



1 Akin to the way Moshe Feldenkrais may have looked at something.




Bonus: An Illustrated Video Summary of The Inner Game by Gallwey
(~8 minutes)

[In playing tennis,] it is the duty of your opponent to create the greatest  possible difficulties for you, just as it is yours to try to create obstacles for him.  Only by doing this do you give each other the opportunity to find out to what heights each can rise ~ Timothy Gallwey