Tag: Brain

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: A View from the Body

Suppose, for a moment, that it is true that all social institutions resemble the body of a human being. Is this not a good standard to achieve consensus and collaboration? Suppose a Jew, a Christian, a Muslim, a communist, and a capitalist were to get together and discuss how they could collaborate to form a

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Let us Make 2015 the “Year of Walkball!”

In the “Back-to-the-Body” Perspective, we consider three areas of the human being: the “stomach,” the “brain,” and the “heart.” To live well means to be connected with each one of these three areas. Each requires a special way of connection, a special way of care. In this article, I will discuss how the game “Walkball”

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Alliances: The Right and the Left—A Back-to-the-Body Perspective

My native country, Brazil, is in the process of electing a new head of state—and there is a possibility that the nation will choose to wobble from the Left to the Right. It is good to alternate like this, between the Left and the Right—just like people, when they walk, alternate between the left step

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Der Denkansatz “Zurück zum Körper” und die religiösen Symbole

Die Neuheit des Denkansatzes “Zurück zum Körper” besteht darin, dass wir eine eindeutige Sprache benutzen. Hierbei wenden wir keine Symbole oder Gleichnisse an, sondern ausschließlich klare Ausdrücke.

Victory or Defeat: Each Brings Its Own Challenges

A World Cup produces victories and defeats. Out of 32 teams, 31 will eventually go home defeated at some level. The last victory and the last defeat will happen today—July 13, 2014—when Argentina and Germany play for the title of World Champion. One might think that the victorious team will be showered with total bliss,

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