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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

"Sensory motor amnesia": the cocoon of emotion or fatigue that numbs our bodies. The good news is that it is made of energy. Unravel it!


Nancy Lebovitz said...

Could you expand on the fatigue side? Some fraction of mine has evaporated-- I think, but am not certain, that the Tibetans helped.

I get how sensory-motor amnesia affect kinesthesia and movement, but fatigue seems like another level.

Steven Barnes said...

Fatigue can numb us, so that you actually don't feel your body's natural hungers. Throws you into a state of emergency. Stress conceals stress.