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    Sufficient Thinking

    Mindfulness has grown, beyond a trend, and into an accepted form of societal focus. To be mindful feels comforting, feels acceptable, feels like we must really be doing a good job at being human. Mindlessness must to be the reason for all the problems in the world. If everyone was more mindful things would be different. Right? And if that were correct, then why have people not realized all the bountiful aspects of mindfulness around the world? Minfulness does not take into account difference. Cultural differences, differences in personal values, and social policy. Social policy is a valuable area to look into as a cultural phenomena that forms the basis…

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    Bookshelf

    Hand-picked books. Join the Facebook Book discussion in the Yoto Studio Group. Your Life As Art by Robert Fritz The Path of Least Resistance by Robert Fritz Sensitive Chaos by Theodore Scwhenk The Fourth Phase of Water by Gerald H. Pollack Trauma and the Body by W.W. Norton & Company The Body in Pain: The Making and Unmaking of the World by Elaine Scarry Embodied Wisdom: The Collected Papers of Moshe Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement by Moshe Feldenkrais The Elusive Obvious by Moshe Feldenkrais Body & Mature Behavior: A Study of Anxiety, Sex, Gravitation & Learning by Frog Books The Tao of Pooh Tao Te Ching by Shambhala The Body…