The author of The Aware Athlete, Scott Forrester, proposes a New Fitness Pyramid that we will begin to examine. Here […]
“To understand what a person means or says, it’s basically necessary to already know what that person means or is saying.”*Do […]
Here is an idea that needs a bumper sticker: Worry is imagination.  When we worry, we are imagining only the things that […]
I limit myself when I define a word. What happens when I do this? I feel righteous and exhibit the characteristics of […]
“The universal entry point to learning is the imagination,” writes Scott Forrester, The Aware Athlete, page 226.“Imagination has a power in childhood […]
Last post I asked a question: Does it make sense to set a goal and push yourself until you make […]
Creating this post I remembered Sara Jisho, Zen priest who led a recent half-day meditation retreat I was privileged to attend, […]
I called the dentist. My default position for life (which I’m trying to modify): Let’s get this settled and decided! The dentist […]
Reading The Aware Athlete, I found out there are no answers — –unless there are questions. Scott writes that sometimes we […]
I keep reading Scott Forrester’s book, The Aware Athlete, and finding affirmation for what I’m learning in psychoanalysis.  It’s interesting how […]