After observing the sleeping habits of wolves, he mimicked them and their nocturnal habits, (20 minute naps and repositioning).
As long as he had periods of REM, (dream sleep) he didn't need long periods of sleep.
Since I retired, my schedule is determined by the light of day, and these cold Northeastern Winters leave me taking midday naps on a regular basis
I'm in my seventh decade on Earth. I know things.
brought in firewood
sorted the dishes
tidied the kitchen
...time to go to work!
Had almost 5 1/2 hours of undisturbed, black sleep!
Stupid thing been trying for like hours. Let me reset it and everything only then... it still no work!!!
this thing would have cost me $70 if had paid for it! and it no work now!!
extrememly frustrated I swear I didn't forget the PW!!! GRRRRRRRRRRRR
(12-08-2012, 05:14 AM)Shadow Wrote:(12-08-2012, 05:06 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:(12-08-2012, 03:01 AM)Octo Wrote:(12-08-2012, 02:13 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote: We have lost something important... a life quality, so that we can be part of this money machine.
No I don't think we have lost anything, just forgot about some important things.
...a timing that was lost. Forgotten yes but also lost because of where people's every day focus lies ...because a clock guides their actions. A clock that dictates what part of the day they are "free" and what part they slave for the system. It interferes with natural timing alignments... higher order probabilities. It prevents and delays these alignments that should come back to us through our environment in a timely manner.
This has become a left brain world and we have lost our "free form". It's all rules and boxes and schedules all very restricting to our natural selves which evolved responding to our environment and acting on feelings and desires of the moment ...not having to wait and "schedule" everything for when you have time for it. The truest is to be where your thoughts are at the moment... to "save it for later" when you have time is to remove yourself from the spontaneity of that now moment. New thoughts occur to one at specific moments for a reason... part of that reason relating to the timings of our collective conscious. By not being able to act on it when it is most optimal to do so deadens the connectivity between us.
Good post. Spontenaity is lost in the age of facebook and teevee, all creativity is plagiarized.
I think social networking and the intenet is helping by enabling interaction between people around the world. People do find spoontaneity here... not just "programming" it is increasing connectivity but at the same time does give those with an agenda tools with which to influence.
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