Friday, 11 September 2009

Yes with body and mind

Despite my scepticism about exercise, the context of which is enough to drain all joy and meaning out of any pleasurable movement. I do want to be a position to choose whether I want to move or not out of desire, rather than not feeling like it.

That isn't good enough.

So I will work my way to feeling like I'm refusing not being mugged by other feelings  I don't particularly desire, if there's no reason for them. That sounds a little up itself, but I think everyone should have that, regardless of your state or conditioning or whether you have disabilities or not.

Within our own context of function and health, we ought to be able to say no with our bodies and yes with our minds in sync.

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