Video Editing as Meditation This morning I woke up around 9, even though I had intended to wake up at 4! No official meditation or yoga, but I managed what I really had looked forward to; rendering the latest episode in my vegan and nonviolent Minecraft Survival series. And I got into a good flow … Continue reading Meditative Editing • Applying for Social Aid • Technology Testing: from Magellan through Brinner & Fair Phones to Gutenberg • Wordly Words
We are often asked to use special characters. But this doesn't help us remember them! A neat solution to this dilemma is to replace letters with symbols having a visual similarity, and you will feel and recognize the proper word in the password when its written. Some simple letters to replace S with $, O … Continue reading Let’s Learn: How to Create Memorable Secure Passwords That Look Like Art!
The first step is to get rid of the 5 hindrances: Sensory attachments Ill-will Heaviness of body Restlessness and worry Doubt Their opposites are represented in the picture below A state of bliss is reached when the five hindrances are removed. This is the first jhana, or meditative state. Jhanas are sometimes called samadhi. The … Continue reading Become Buddha — Meditation practice with Visual Guide
Two days ago I took a walk with my father in autumn colored Vallentuna. The weather was chilly and cloudy weather and the air clean and refreshing! First we got an errand dealt with; inscribing me in the Swedish social security, which has its office next to the town square Then we visited the local … Continue reading Walk in Vallentuna
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
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