It’s Not the Fist; It’s the Clenching

Is alignment important or not? Here’s a 60-sec body-thought experiment to illustrate a proposition: it’s really not about the fist; it’s about the clenching. They’re just so often one and the same, it’s easy to mistake the finger pointing to … Continue reading

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The Middle Way

Imagine you’re looking at a spectrum, a line representing two extremes. On one end, you have complete austerity, whatever that means to you. On the other, you have complete indulgence. Or, perhaps, on one end you have deeply blissful highs, … Continue reading

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New Year Experiments

For the new year, at least the next few months, I’ll be employing one personal experiment per month. Perhaps you’ll join me. Here are the rules of the game: 1. Only one experiment per month. You want to do other … Continue reading

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Assessment, Treatment and Reverse Engineering

Consider for a moment the difference between what are good tools for assessment, and what are good tools for treatment. And when those two are synonymous, and when they’re not.   (Often, this assessment/treatment schema is a bit of a … Continue reading

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