My experience with education has ranged from me having tutored, worked as a graduate teaching assistant, working as an SAT Instructor and of course, being a student myself. One of the most important facets of the classes or tutoring sessions I have been fortunate enough to participate in, has been the syllabus. A road map […]Read More Syllabi – The Treasure Maps of the Classroom
A few weeks ago I was sifting through the shelves of Santa Monica Public Library when I came across a book called “Sight and Sensibility: The Ecopsychology of Perception”, and this find excited me immediately. This book, by Dr. Laura Sewall, helped put a foundation beneath my already ongoing self-experimental process with vision. I […]Read More Liberation is… Seeing with my own Mind.
I chose a panic so deep it gained its own sentience and humbled me, personally, over the pain – imagined or real – of another. I am beginning to understand something about the mind. It is like a genie trapped in a bottle, a captive audience, Narcissus locked in the echo chamber: the mind is […]Read More Mental Illness and Insanity are not Mutually Inclusive
…Humans of course did not create the laws of nature (i.e. gravity), nor did we create trees or birds or air or the ocean.
But we did define them…