Digestable #31: The Healing Power of Cold, Vitamins Make Us Fat, The Work Required to Have an Opinion, Brave.com

Hi! Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where we follow our curiosity and wrestle with timeless topics. This edition was emailed to subscribers on November 14, 2021. What’s new? Check it out: Embrace the Cold: Just in time for winter, Andrew Huberman nicely sums up the latest in cold exposure research: Get coldContinue reading “Digestable #31: The Healing Power of Cold, Vitamins Make Us Fat, The Work Required to Have an Opinion, Brave.com”

Digestable #7: Peskett Canyon, Jordan Peterson, Picniic App, Heinriche Heine

Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. This edition was delivered to subscribers on March 7th, 2021. Let’s get after it! Peskett Canyon Ice Climbing: Last weekend while at Frontier Lodge for the most recent Adventure Club outing, we had the opportunity to explore theContinue reading “Digestable #7: Peskett Canyon, Jordan Peterson, Picniic App, Heinriche Heine”

Digestable #5: Martin Luther Rewired Your Brain, Dwell App, The Bible Project, Memorization for Meditation and Mindfulness

Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. There is a clear theme again this week, and it is of biblical proportions! This content was emailed to subscribers on February 21st, 2021. Love it or hate it, if you want to understand theContinue reading “Digestable #5: Martin Luther Rewired Your Brain, Dwell App, The Bible Project, Memorization for Meditation and Mindfulness”

Memorization for Meditation and Mindfulness

“The mind pumps out thoughts like the heart pumps out beats.” Unfortunately I can’t recall where I first ran into this comparison of the mind to the heart, but it has stuck with me. There is oft cited research by Dr. Fred Luskin of Stanford University, that on average, we have 60,000 thoughts per day.Continue reading “Memorization for Meditation and Mindfulness”