I must start with a piece from environmentalist Paul Hawken. He writes in The Ecology of Commerce – A Declaration of Sustainability: “In our pursuit of growth at any cost, we have mimicked an immature ecosystem with unlimited resources. A mature economic system would appreciate an ancient forest [...]
The Present Problem with Moshe Feldenkrais’ Work (as it’s “traditionally” taught). An 8-Week Pilot Period: The anecdotal results are in!
Click here to re-tweet "The Present Problem with Moshe Feldenkrais' Work (as it's "traditionally" taught). An 8-Week Pilot Period: The anecdotal results are in!" “To be sanguine about the future, however, requires a plausible basis for constructive action: you cannot describe possibilities for that future unless the present problem is [...]
This post is more like a mini e-book. Please don't be scared. Many words, but trust me, it could potentially lead you to many more words in the form of books. Yes books. Remember books? Do you still read books? This post is a compilation of books, mostly non-fiction with [...]
This article was originally written for a magazine that focuses on outdoor sports and mountain life. We never ended up using it. But I like it and a few others have too. So thought I'd repurpose for my own site! * * * In the spring of 2010 I [...]