Just came across a great summary of “The 4 hour work week” book by Tim Ferriss.
While on the subject of summaries, came across www.wikisummaries.org where book summaries are posted. Interesting concept.
I just read this article: Zenprov: The Art of the Now.
Being inspired just barely covers how I feel. It distils the essence of zen, and being in the moment in a way I never new before.
Will have to try the exercise of catching the thoughts at the moment of their inception; to the end of being more in the present.
“The truth is that our finest moments are most likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable, unhappy, or unfulfilled. For it is only in such moments, propelled by our discomfort, that we are likely to step out of our ruts and start searching for different ways or truer answers.” LINK.
The patch that Stephen Caulfield told me about that helped him get over the nausea while being a navigator in a rally, is Transderm V.
I am almost finished getting through the audio version of the book Listening: The Forgotten Skill by Madelyn Burley-Allen, and I want to write about the profound effect this book has had on me.
Out of all the audio programs I listened to and books I read, I think this one program has had the most impact on my awareness of myself. I feel more conscious of my thoughts, and give more thought in conversations as to be most effective.
This one is on the list for re-listening again. For me it was very profound.
Signed up for improv classes, to begin Aptil 8th.