As much as I wanted to like the new movie about Han Solo's rise to being a lovable smuggler, I found myself struggling to settle into the story. My strife was due to one particular, glaring element of film composition that vexed my mind from the opening scene until the very end. Cinematography. It seemed as if the editors of the film were determined to see how many camera angles, quick cuts, and shaky frames could be squeezed into the 135 minutes of runtime—perhaps for purpos
The self is composed of layers. We all know this. The physical body alone is saturated with an intricate web of systems that operate interdependently and symbiotically in order to satisfy a wide variety of purposes. Yet, the physical body does not fully encompass the entire self, does it? There are other layers. Layers that we don't fully understand. Layers that might not be visible through a microscope, or a camera, or even to the naked human eye. I'll never forget this beau
Yogani has claimed that AYP is an open-source system. Yet, he once wrote to me that AYP RYTs should not be teaching modifications to the baseline. I'm confused.
Doesn't an open-source system allow for modifications to the baseline?
It's not really in line with the open-source paradigm if the Creator of the system is forbidding its users to make changes according to their own style and preference. Now, if I am practicing and/or teaching a modification to the baseline, I un
driving across Gandy bridge in a vehicle made by the hands of hundreds, maybe thousands, potentially millions (we're even in the billions now, last i heard, though i wonder if the count is really true) i see pelicans catching the wind close to the concrete they hover by the guard rail they look down upon baitfish coalescing around pilings they swoop down to fill their gullet the barnacles are rich with vegetation sitting in a movie theater i watch yet another Marvel flick ful