Reading Alan Watts

"For the world is a spell (in Latin, fascinum), an enchantment (being thrilled by a chant), an amazement (being lost in a maze), an arabesque of such stunning rhythm and a plot so intriguing that we are drawn by its web into a state of involvement where we forget that it is a game... it is simultaneously the purest nonsense and the utmost artistry." - The Book on the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are, by Alan W. Watts.

Grateful for my breathing body.

How I practice:

When the body calls, and I pay attention, I sit.