broken links II

  so, continuing the theme of wayward links and sundry fellow travellers, it’s good to consider the dimension which we might call ‘spiritual’, which I increasingly think is an obscurantist and unhelpful term and perspective, or the meditative/cognitive, which is not tremendously better, but at least more clear. As a ridiculously quick yet at least somewhat … More broken links II

broken links I

freshening up my page today, and updating my blogroll, and realizing that the whys and wherefores of that constitute some interesting stories in and of themselves. If I mean to continue, then it helps to reflect on why some of my peers and influences don’t, can’t, or simply change. It’s good to internalise feedback and … More broken links I

Personal Organismic Resiliency: -or how to stay healthy while the world goes to hell -Part 4

Psychology, or;  Keeping the Mind Alive The Hard Swallow I will not mince any words: things are bad. Objectively. They are probably worse than most of you know, or could bear to know. Every system that we rely upon to maintain a safe, ordered and livable world is in crisis. What’s more, nothing is being … More Personal Organismic Resiliency: -or how to stay healthy while the world goes to hell -Part 4

Personal Organismic Resiliency: -or how to stay healthy while the world goes to hell -Part 3

pretty cursory overview, then we’ll wrap up with psychology next time- Hygene: This is a blanket heading that deals with a number of things that can loosely be described as ‘pathogenic’ in your environment. Toxic chemicals, bacteria and fungi, and some of the side effects of same. We are in constant battle with microorganisms. They … More Personal Organismic Resiliency: -or how to stay healthy while the world goes to hell -Part 3