Monthly Archives: July 2012

We ARE the environment: Podcast

The Embodied Operating System is a new on-line resource devoted to exploring  the body in the digital age. It includes a series of interviews by Mark Walsh with people engaged with embodiment research and practice. Podcasts include interviews with Don Hanlon Johnson (California Institute of Integral Studies), Richard Strozzi–Heckler (founder … Continue reading

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Architecture and the bodymind

I’ve discussed the healing power of nature elsewhere in the this blog (Nature and health), but of course architecture can work in a similar way. Esther Sternberg, MD, a neuroimmunologist and medical researcher, describes how simply changing the ceiling tiles in an intensive care unit … Continue reading

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