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Getting back online again

I’d stopped with this blog because the University of Glasgow was concerned about “self-plagiarism”; but now I’ve resigned I can ignore that nonsense completely. So, I’m back online, and how better than with a link to my most recent article: … Continue reading

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Insinewate – insinuate – inSin(n)ewate

I’ve been playing with the word ‘insinuate’ with its sinewy textures and feels, and it seems to me that great deal is happening in the body, and in our resultant meanings. when we use this word. Part of the joy … Continue reading

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The articulation of recursive time-consciousness

This post is a section from a paper Paul J. Thibault and I have written entitled: Enkinaesthetic Polyphony as the Underpinning for First-Order Languaging. I am adding it here because it is my first attempt at articulating the notion of … Continue reading

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Making yourself a puppet – comments

My good friend, Michal, has sent me some comments on my puppet posting and she has permitted me to add them here: I think that becoming like a puppet is allowing rather than doing in the ordinary sense of the … Continue reading

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Articulation

Articulation — to ar-tic-u-late, to express and make meaningful. We articulate our words when we want to be heard and understood. We articulate so as to distinguish the words but in that distinguishing we are also threading them together in … Continue reading

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On Becoming A Tortoise

There’s been quite a gap between this post and the last, and one of the reasons is that I’ve been pulling myself in to my ‘shell’ so that I can cope with what I have to do to ensure the … Continue reading

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Making yourself a puppet

Resonant guiding It’s too easy to move or talk against or past one another, and what I’m discovering, through my Alexander lessons with Michal, is that to be properly receptive to the other you need to trust, to open yourself … Continue reading

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