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 Trying not to try - the art of relaxed focus3 comments
picture22 May 2003 @ 12:08
The Inner Game of Thinking

"There is always an inner game being played in your mind no matter what outer game you are playing. How aware you are of this game can make the difference between success and failure in the outer game."
---Tim Gallwey


The concept of the Inner Game was developed in the 70's by Timothy Gallwey as a way of helping people to improve their performance in various sports, e.g. tennis, golf and skiing, and also in music.

Among other things, Gallwey recommends:

* developping the art of relaxed concentration
* not trying too hard  More >

 The Nameless1 comment
picture4 May 2003 @ 20:44
Artwork: F.Dujardin, paint, ink & collage (3ft x 2ft)

"Forces that we cannot understand permeate our universe. We see the shadows of those forces when they are projected upon a screen available to our senses, but understand them we do not. Understanding requires words. Some things cannot be reduced to words. There are things that can only be experienced wordlessly. This says our universe is magical. It says all arbitrary forms are transient and subject to magical changes. Science has led us to this interpretation as though it placed us on a track from which we cannot deviate."
---Frank Herbert, Heretics of Dune  More >

 A look at some fellow "Muse"-icians out there.0 comments
picture4 May 2003 @ 13:03
The site is called the Quantum Muse

Always so interesting to see what others are doing and how they are doing it and what their slant is.


It's Still About Freedom
---by Raymond M. Coulombe


Freedom is what it's all about. Quantum Muse started as an independent zine not beholden to the handful of big media companies. Years later we are still free from big company oversight...  More >

 Faery Communication5 comments
picture27 Apr 2003 @ 17:34
Faery Communication
---- by Brian Froud


Faeries communicate with us in a variety of ways, some profound and some profoundly annoying---including dance, music, mimicry, riddles and pranks, signs and symbols.

In communication as with everything else, they exhibit typical faeryness: they are tricksy, elusive, mutable, contrary, and often absurd.  More >

 Brom's Muse18 comments
category picture25 Apr 2003 @ 18:39
THE MUSE
--- by Brom


There is something in the woods behind my house. It calls to me.

The woods are old and full of spirits. The branches of the trees twist and tangle together like arthritic fingers. I dislike going into the woods behind my house, especially near dark. But tonight I will go. I really do not have a choice.

I enter the woods and the shadows watch me. I go far. I do not leave breadcrumbs. I am not lost, but I am not sure where I am either. I really should have left breadcrumbs.  More >

 Writing with gif---and wav too!4 comments
picture23 Apr 2003 @ 11:45

OK, this one truly belongs in the Creative Writing room :-)

It's Halloween night, and our young friend Sam is getting ready to go trick-or-treating. ┬áHe wanted to be Darth Maul, but his grandfather decided that being a fuzzy bear was better...  More >

 So...2 comments
category picture17 Apr 2003 @ 09:07
For instance, this would be the archive... section 1 of Francis' three section dealy. Technical stuff, quotes from Nietzsche, etc. It could be any of the three... this is just the way my intuition would set it up.  More >



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