Friday, October 17, 2008

Garden: Pools, Brains, Neurophysiology?

A garden of flourishing brains.

{For nourishment, try flax seed oil (omega-3 fatty acids, 1000 mg, 3-4 times a day, if desired, to start, ~ and singing and reading?:)}

A warm pool of minds blossoming like water lotuses, and especially philosophically and musically ~ with touch, clothing-optionalness, and self-defined optimalness.

And as bodyminds, too? Affectionately and intimately. Yes.

How would this work neurophysiologically? What are the chemistry and the brain processes, knowledgeably characterized and naturally elicited?

I occasionally see people who look like they're flourishing. I think this reflects their brainbody states. It's those brain states, I'm interested in. Might someone teach these brain states?

Who's researching, or thinking about this, building on Csikszentmihalyi {"Flow: the Psychology of Optimal Experience"}, R. Davidson {Lab for Affective Neuroscience}, and M. Seligman's {"Authentic Happiness"} research?

Harbin Hot Springs makes possible a unique milieu for this and loving bliss to occur in unfamiliar, yet wondrous, ways.

The Harbin pools today re-oriented significantly effects of the city, - of modernity.

MMmmm :)

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