Friday, November 13, 2009

Elephants: Loving Bliss as Lifestyle and Practice, Bonobo, World University and School Places?

How to ease into loving bliss, as lifestyle and practice, when and as one wants these neurophysiological qualities?

After all these millions of years, why isn't this yet possible, I wonder? All of the other 376 higher primate species, or so, live naturally, although they probably don't live with the neurophysiology of loving bliss, when and as they want it. Bonobos seem to have some aspects of this (besides being very sexual, they seem to be very peaceful and egalitarian, the latter two possibly being bases for loving bliss), as I interpret the data.

Creating places and cultures for this to occur, with an historical rootedness, and great ethos, such as that of the Society of Friends (Quakers), would be fascinating, especially since we don't yet know how readily to elicit loving bliss, when and as we want it, especially in qualitatively rich ways, as if drawing a bow across a cello, or by ingesting 1000 mg of flax seed oil, 3-4 times per day, with food, (for omega fatty acids) which have harmonizing and brightening qualities, (as well as many other clinically proven, health benefits) in my experience.

Harbin Hot Springs, Bonobo, and remarkable care-giving {in a culture of non-harming}?

Yes, but easier said than done :)

Teach this at World University & School? Yes, in part ...

Youth hostel-like {in association with Quakers}, clothing-optional, hot spring retreat centers for Watsu {water shiatsu}, 1-3 hours near beautiful, natural areas, outside every city in the world, first in 3000-8000 language areas? :) Yes ...

( - November 13, 2009)

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