Saturday, April 16, 2005


By: Stephan Rechtschaffen

Summary: Warns that our emotions are taking a back seat to the rapid pace of our lives and suggests learning how to shift the way we perceive and use time. How we cram each moment so full of events we leave no time to actually experience them; 'Mind time' vs. 'emotional time'; Linear vs. circular time; A disorienting gap as we age; Developing a way of being that lives fully in the moment without anxiety about staying on schedule. INSETS: 'Time-shifting exercises'; 'Time-shift rituals'.

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