Heart Intelligence, Heart Wisdom

The video below is the third presentation in the Spring Term of the College of Marin class I co-teach with Larry Berkelhammer, PhD. It discusses the anatomic and physiologic features of the heart that help it pump efficiently and provide redundancy. It also Continue Reading →

Inside the Body Shell

Here’s a video from the class I co-teach with Larry Berkelhammer, PhD, at the College of Marin. This session was recorded on December 1, 2016, and it discusses the difference between how we feel on the inside and how we Continue Reading →

The Path toward Serving the Body

MindfulBiology’s Reconciliations are listed as sequential reversals in the way we treat our bodies. Early in the path, we concentrate on treating old wounds: we replace criticism with appreciation, punishment with nourishment, and commanding with listening. We cease treating the body like an Continue Reading →

This Terrible, Spectacular, Agonizing, & Gorgeous Moment of Living

I plan to include on this site personal meditations & musings about my own experience in a human body. Although some people might find this exhibitionist and distasteful, I believe it important to back up the central message of MindfulBiology Continue Reading →

The Body as a Labyrinth

On the grounds of many churches and meditation centers one finds labyrinths. Those wishing to plumb their inner depths walk these paths in meditative contemplation. As the trail spirals inward, appreciation of the journey increases; experience in the labyrinth becomes Continue Reading →