Infinitely deeper than our crossing from state to state, as Porter from Montana to Idaho, is the liminal space in which we now live. Day to day, moment to moment, we move not just from the ranch lands of Montana to the green farms of Idaho, but hover on thresholds of being. While Porter taxes […]
Meditation Freedom podcast, interview of Gail Storey
Gail D. Storey is interviewed about meditation and her book, I Promise Not to Suffer: A Fool for Love Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail, by Sicco Rood on his podcast, Meditation Freedom.
How to Glide on the Winds of Change
Hiking the 2,663-mile Pacific Crest Trail, Porter and I were shaken to the core by how everything is in constant flux– weather, terrain, our bodies, feelings, thoughts, the trail itself. Later, paragliding in New Zealand, we gave ourselves over to the winds of change. See how in our video:
Happy Earth Day, Earthlings!
Comments welcome. And what do you love about our home planet?
EARTH DAY GREETINGS!
Your sister and brother Earthlings wish you a glorious Earth Day!
My mind can make a problem out of anything. So for a backpacking trip up Colorado’s Buchanan Pass Trail, I turn a peaceful getaway into a problem to be solved. It’s a do-over, actually, of our previous hike when we missed that trail and slogged up a boulder-strewn jeep road. It was sleeting, I was […]
How Does Nature Affect Our Minds?
An article by Matt Richtel in The New York Times, “Outdoors and Out of Reach, Studying the Brain,” shares the experience of five neuroscientists who spent five days without computers and cell phones, rafting a river in Utah. At first, the scientists were divided on whether heavy use of digital technology took a toll on […]