Stimulative vs Exhaustive Behavior (Part II)

  “Over the oxygen supply of the body carbon dioxide spreads its protecting wings.” – Friedrich Miescher, Swiss physiologist, 1885   It is our understanding that exhaustive action, or even talking excessively, can lead to a loss of CO2 and an increase in levels of lactate, which leads to a diminished ability to oxygenate tissues, as more »

Stimulative vs. Exhaustive Behavior (Part I)

  What are you in such a rush for? To get to the end?? Stimulative behavior is behavior where you can: > take a break from the act and ponder or write > fall into writing or wonder after activity, without as much as a seamless transition > breathe softly, easily, without much trying [through more »

brain butter IV: co2, etc.

  Bag breathing.   Bag breathing?!   Bag breathing. Seemingly, a viable way to put more CO2 into me after feelings of anxiousness (which could be generally from losing lots of CO2 after stints of large energy expendituring with an open mouth – like talking tons or “exercising” exhaustively). Grabbing a [coffee bean] bag, sealing more »

Reduced breathing

Or pleasure of efficiency: Breathing gently Through the nose Inhaling just to the back of the sinus As easily as possible Then letting go As if dropping clouds from the space of your nostrils Which cover the earth of the air that touches you To let this relationship play with itself Over and over Like more »

Ztate of the happening (and interesting links)!

Zenso isn’t about a “right” way – any more than there’s a “right” way to talk to a girl (or guy) or a “right” way to eat sushi (or pizza) or a “right” way to spend time with a loved one (or a coworker). And it’s not just about kettle bells or  “working out” or more »