At Present (there is no Past or Future)

There is only the present. Smell it. Taste it. See it. Feel it. Hear it. Let it pass. It can only be grasped experientially. Human existence in the mundane world gives rise to perceptions of time as separate phases: past/present/future. As such, people can be influenced by past mistakes, future fears, past longings or future … Continue reading At Present (there is no Past or Future)

Length of the lumbar spine

HIP EXTENSION – an accessory exercise

Hip extension is an important biomechanical function performed by the body.  Among many motions requiring hip extension, the most crucial to human activity is maintaining and upright posture. Nearly all to and fro movements of the body involve some degree of hip extension. This action is linked to many of the everyday requirement and athletic … Continue reading HIP EXTENSION – an accessory exercise

Prolonged Sitting and Standing: Complications

The physical requirements for working in today’s society consists more and more of sitting or pretty much standing in one place. This lack of movement with respect to gravity, leads to minimization of venous blood flow from the legs to the heart. The static nature of most activities and occupations lends to the body’s susceptibility … Continue reading Prolonged Sitting and Standing: Complications


Reality and Visible Light

We use our senses to interpret the external world. Many actions that relate to how reality is perceived and conceptualized are due to interpretations. Sight brings pictures to the brain. The brain, in turn, makes the image into a useful rendition of something that is taken as real. Sight operates to detect the signals of … Continue reading Reality and Visible Light

Persisting in Separateness

In this existence, this earth plane, it is through the five senses that seeming separated-ness is perceived. Separation, as an illusion, results from the highlighting of differences that manifest due to sense perceptions. Many differences are only points of view which exist along a continuum. However, it is these very differences that lead to arguments, … Continue reading Persisting in Separateness