December 17, 2018
Theodore Dimon, Ed.D
Sooner or later, the changes you want will start to occur. What then?
December 10, 2018
Now if you've gotten this far and feel you're ready for the next step, you can add wishing to the equation.
December 3, 2018
You're being aware in a structured way that doesn't focus on specific parts of the body but on the whole. Nothing may happen, you may not feel anything happening, but you're being constructive and kind to yourself, and that, again, is what you want.
November 26, 2018
Being aware of yourself and what is around you at the same time is sometimes referred to as an "expanded field of awareness," and it is the kind of awareness that this process demands.
November 20, 2018
It may sound rather paradoxical to say that, if you want to be aware of yourself, you must be focused on what is around you, but that is how attention works.
November 1, 2018
Do not be in a hurry to get through the song but focus instead on giving your directions and on producing sound with as little effort as possible.
October 27, 2018
Applying the means-whereby principle to an activity means little if, to begin with, you do not have an improved working of the primary control.
October 19, 2018
To approach the process in a constructive way, we must have a clear goal.
October 15, 2018
To make progress in approaching a skilled activity, we have to remember that the purpose is not to learn to juggle, but to use ourselves well.
October 10, 2018
The Dimon Institute
The prone or ventrigrade posture is the most basic and ancient posture, corresponding to the aquatic and amphibian stages of evolution.
Managing Your Attention. Part 6. Results.
Managing Your Attention. Part 5. Adding a Wish
Managing Your Attention. Part 4. Getting Organized.
Managing Your Attention. Part 3
Managing Your Attention. Part 2
Managing Your Attention. Part 1
November 13, 2018
The Means-Whereby Principle. Part 5
November 7, 2018
The Means-Whereby Principle. Part 4
The Means-Whereby Principle. Part 3.
The Means-Whereby Principle. Part 2
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