Sunday, September 29, 2013

Let someone else describe self-observing

An interview with Thich Nhat Hanh was replayed on NPR today. A detail in the discussion about the practise of mindfulness delighted me. He said there was a necessary vigilance in your thinking, a practise, like "Walking on Stilts." This is what Jan Cox called by a variety of terms, the variety of course reflecting his methodological insistence on originality in language. 
But neuralizing is well described as 'walking on stilts' in your cerebral awareness.