There is a mysterious universal force that moves our skin, our bones, our breath. We often witness this in dancers: their hips swaying and bodies billowing. Or in the contemplative gaze of a painter: the sigh before the massive leap. We find this especially, in lovers: the trembling of two eager presences, united. There was an … Continue reading intimacy with the universe.
In biological terms, there are many mechanisms by which our genetic expression is tightly controlled & monitored. These have been implemented over thousands & hundreds of thousands of years for the intention of biological efficacy. There was a time, however, when our bodies and spirits belonged only to the flow of our personal expressions. But … Continue reading where is our sovereignty?
Darwinian thinking & Mendelian genetics, as outdated as it may now seem (see: Quantum Biology), once provided a basic framework for understanding things like trait inheritance, evolutionary mechanisms, and DNA. Where it was once believed that the genetic cards you were dealt are impenetrable and static, we are now finding this to be less & … Continue reading genetic adaptability, holistic health, and that which is instinctual.
The incredible diversity of organisms on this planet, from the very beginning of our primordial stew, may primarily attest to the various roles that need be fulfilled in nature. In the study of ecological sciences, this is referred to as a niche. Gigantic organisms and microorganisms alike, all beings and factors inclusive, serve a multitude of … Continue reading ecological diversity, niches, and an argument for individualised expression.