Category Archives: Performing Mind

Don’t You Love the Disasters?

Yes, disasters are funny, at least most of them, and often only in hindsight. Here are several disasters, beginning with a really big one. Our wedding! Yakima, WA – 12/19/1964 – Temperature: 14 degrees F. Snowfall that day was about … Continue reading

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Go Ahead, Try Not to Do Something

To modify the direction of our lives, our executive mind sets goals. Then our more primitive and subconscious inner brain motivates us to achieve them. This inner brain is sometimes called the “lizard” brain because it is a brain structure also found in more primitive animals. It … Continue reading

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