Quantified Self Meets Virtual Reality
October 27, 2013 – 5:06 pm | One Comment

This week I’ve had a few of my interests intersect – the Quantified Self, virtual reality, biofeedback / neurofeedback, and consciousness.  Earlier this year I came across the Oculus Rift , a next gen virtual reality …

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Quantified Self is a collaboration of users and tool makers who share an interest in self knowledge through self-tracking. There are number of posts on my device “hacking”, open source development, and my own quantified experiments.

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The Creative Breakthrough: Lessers Give Up, Masters are Stronger
August 2, 2013 – 5:25 pm | One Comment
The Creative Breakthrough: Lessers Give Up, Masters are Stronger

I’m currently working my way through the excellent book Mastery by Robert Greene.  Actually, I’m listening to it as an audio book through Audible.com.  I’ve never been a fan of audio books, but I’ve found that it’s …

Jung on Dream Journals
September 17, 2009 – 4:02 pm | No Comment

The New York Time’s recently featured an article on Jung’s intriguing and much anticipated Red Book.

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The Holy Grail of the Unconscious
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/20/magazine/20jung-t.html?pagewanted=1
A quote from Jung on journaling the inner workings of the mind and (possibly) dreams …

Spiral Dynamics Mind Map
May 17, 2009 – 7:21 pm | 12 Comments
Spiral Dynamics Mind Map

Today I officially started kicking off my research into Spiral Dynamics. I’ve had some superficial knowledge of the subject due to my exposure to a number of books on Integral philosophy. I recently …

Some Important Modern Pioneers: Baldwin, Habermas, Aurobindo, and Maslow
January 19, 2009 – 3:49 pm | No Comment

From Integral Life:
“In this excerpt from Integral Psychology, Ken Wilber honors some of the forerunners to his own model Integral theory and practice: James Mark Baldwin,  Jürgen Habermas, Aurobindo, and Abraham Maslow—intellectual giants upon whose …

Integral Vision Mind Maps
December 18, 2008 – 7:13 pm | 16 Comments
Integral Vision Mind Maps

Last year I picked up a copy of The Integral Vision by Ken Wilber. I recently decided to re-read the book, and created a comprehensive book summary highlighting the key pieces of information in the book. The book summary is presented in the form of mind maps for each chapter.

Rudolph Steiner on Patience and Progress
November 2, 2008 – 12:41 pm | No Comment

I’ve been meaning to dig deeper into Rudolph Steiner’s works since I first became aware of him a few years ago.  Steiner is an intriguing character for a number of reasons.  He was a passionate …

Fingers and Toes Making Friends with Each Other
February 26, 2008 – 11:53 pm | One Comment

I wanted to take a minute and share what I’ve been working on recently.
I’ve spent the last couple weeks setting up my new personal wiki.  My ultimate goal is to use a wiki, and other …

The Undiscovered Self
September 3, 2007 – 10:14 am | No Comment

Jung on the state and religion:
“All mass movements, as one might expect, slip with the greatest ease down an inclined plane made up of large numbers.  Where the many are, there is security; what the …

Potentialities: Borne Along the Stream of Time
August 19, 2007 – 9:48 pm | No Comment

Jung’s commentary on The Golden Flower:
“Now and then it happened in my practice that a patient grew beyond himself because of unknown potentialities, and this became an experience of prime importance to me.  In the …