How We Are Motivated

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A healthy goal of an individual is to live within one’s means—or to actively choose not to, for good reasons.  A toxic goal is to continually try to keep up with the Joneses. The goal of capitalism and big business is … Read More

Making Maps to Live By

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Our range of vision is only 1 three trillionth of the electromagnetic energy wave lengths. Insects see in infrared and reptiles see in ultraviolet on the ends of what we can see. We have developed technology that translates that additional … Read More

The Art of the Warrior

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The highest art of the warrior is to face one’s own inner ghosts and demons, rather than avoiding them (through depression and addictions) or transferring the effects through violence (blaming, anger/rage, and hate) toward one’s family and/or society.” By Stan … Read More

Making Maps to Live By

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Our range of vision is only 1 three trillionth of the electromagnetic energy wave lengths. Insects see in infrared and reptiles see in ultraviolet on the ends of what we can see. We have developed technology that translates that additional … Read More

Fishing

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Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.  Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime—Lao Tzu Teaching someone to fish is actually pretty complicated.  Sure, you can tie a string to a stick … Read More

An Integrated Systems Approach

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All living organisms have two fundamental goals: survival and reproduction. The body is our vehicle for the journey of life.  It includes: The physical structure and functioning of our Central Nervous System (CNS), which produce sensory input systems and motor output systems … Read More