Thursday

Road to Recovery Continued Yoga was the first thing I did today. Then the scheduled visit to the Social Agency where I met with two delightfully friendly and helpful people (who unfortunately didn't want to appear on photographs). At least I have the luminous reception to show you! My father also joined me, being very … Continue reading Thursday

MOVING DAY

cruisingi see the lightwho am II don't really knowand I am ok with it Long day filling a trailer with stuff The cottage we almost emptied Partly raw food ✌️Everything goes bananas 🍌Even the red cabbage 🙈 Lunch was good Weather was kind. No rain In case you wonder, I didn't move. Only stuff did.

Biking and Walking • Website updates • Dinner

Yesterday I biked 6.6 km to a nearby overgrown lake called Angarnssjöängen. It is a beautiful natural reserve with a 6.5 km long marked trail around it. Signs at the beginningAnother directionAngarnssjöängen Walking and occasionally jogging I met quite a few people. During the latter part of the first half I walked behind a photographer … Continue reading Biking and Walking • Website updates • Dinner

Tricky Scheduling • Search and Apply for Jobs.. How to? • Progress on My First Art Commission • Preparing to Code a Local Web-Server in JavaScript + Ingenious File Management • An Insane Max Strength Exercise • Beautiful Photos of Nature and Runes in Sunset • The Making of My First CV • Writing Long-Term and Short-Term Life Goals.

Morning I woke up before 8 in the morning. Like yesterday, I prepared a compressed schedule, divided the 840 remaining minutes of the day into segments of 52 minutes and 30 seconds. I jotted down clock times for the day, from 8:00 to 22:00 and planned activities based on the a prototype schedule I made … Continue reading Tricky Scheduling • Search and Apply for Jobs.. How to? • Progress on My First Art Commission • Preparing to Code a Local Web-Server in JavaScript + Ingenious File Management • An Insane Max Strength Exercise • Beautiful Photos of Nature and Runes in Sunset • The Making of My First CV • Writing Long-Term and Short-Term Life Goals.

Yoga, brunch and photo walk

Yesterday I read a bit in Ashtanga Yoga by David Swenson and found some useful things to add to my practice. To start with, one can use a dedicated cloth on the typical rubber yoga mats. It will keep the practice more hygienic since the cloth is simple to wash. I used my bed sheet … Continue reading Yoga, brunch and photo walk

Back on track

After taking my parents advice to return into the Swedish social security system, we took an energizing walk around the beautiful mix of residences and wilderness in Vallentuna. Here we are at rune stones telling the history of ancestors in the age of the Vikings, a millennia ago. Full pictures of the stones to learn … Continue reading Back on track

A new building concept

Today I designed a unique architectural concept for future cities. Each unit has self sustainable energy but interconnected grids separate traffic and pedestrian levels It is scalable in size from family/single business to mammoth size (think larger than Burj Dubai) in access points from 1 to as many as needed It has space and optimal … Continue reading A new building concept

What is Reality? Reflections from some revealing experiences

During a trip through Europe to Barcelona 2013, I had some experiences of reality not being as material and deterministic as I had previously assumed. Two observations stood out. I wrote down the first observation in a notebook and illustrated it with a small diagram to help me remember it. At the time, I believed … Continue reading What is Reality? Reflections from some revealing experiences