Belief is the death of intelligence. As soon as one believes a doctrine of any sort, or assumes certitude, one stops thinking about that aspect of existence ~ Robert Anton Wilson Belief “is”… ? “Is,” “is,” “is”—the idiocy of the word haunts me. If it were abolished, human thought might begin to make sense. I more »

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 »

Business model of zenso?

The business of gymness, seems to be to us unethical. Making people pay, to continue to reinforce the idea of a need for help, appears to be to us, preposterous. ______ #antigymness #antidepressionism ______ Our business model  thought$_ ↓ ↓ can be thought of (contrarily) ↓ ↓  • as ones in which we see the likes of more »


Gratefulness for us comes by delivery through what we call “Greats!”, a conscious decision to highlight on paper, subvocally, or out into the air a few things we are grateful for. As in: Being able to sit here like this and do wigglies and taps with fingers that produce symbolic black on screen; smiling for more »

brainbutter xxIII: potty training one day for Brix

“The family that poops together, stays together.”   While pooping earlier, I had a thought which compelled me to stop Shalin as she walked by. She came in, and I verbalized it while sipping a sugared espresso on the seat: When Brix gets to the age of pee & poop training, I wondered, wouldn’t it more »

“Experience” by Carl Rogers

Experience is, for me, the highest authority. The touchstone of validity is my own experience. No other person’s ideas, and none of my own ideas, are as authoritative as my experience. It is to experience that I must return again and again, to discover a closer approximation to truth as it is in the process more »