Post title: Comment on "What's So Special About the Lotus", from Dao Bums
(Jul 21 2018 at 06:07 PM)
I continue to sit the 40 in the lotus, at least once a day, in spite of the extent of the stretch that I find myself in past 35. I'm looking for the activity of the sitting to be generated involuntarily out of the stretch of ligaments, in reciprocity for the most part, and I accept that the stretch that's involved is going to develop
Post title: "Is the Suffocation Response Something You Experience While Sitting?"
(May 27 2018 at 03:32 PM)
Here's a question I was asked on "The Dao Bums" site recently, and my response:
"Is the suffocation response something you experience while sitting?"
It's something I experience every sitting, along with the anxiety connected with the precariousness of posture.
The precariousness for me is mostly about support for the lumbar cur
Post title: Response to Comment on "What is So Special About the Lotus?" (The Dao Bums)
(May 25 2018 at 12:29 PM)
Under the topic, "What is so special about the lotus?" ("The Dao Bums"), someone posted the following:
When 'tucked in' there is a deep release I experience in the legs, kua (pelvis), that emanates up into the abdomen and prompts a deepening of sung (relaxation) and full body release.
I second that, and I have some
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