I have always loved finding secrets in the world. By “secret” I mean something I believe has truth but is not widely accepted or well known in mainstream thinking. The word secret may not be exactly the right fit but it has the right feel. The following are among my…

This article contains an ongoing list of enigmas (via curated links) that I find interesting and am keeping an eye on for further data. Each link hopefully will be very interesting if you open your mind a bit. …

I realize now that for much of my life, I have taken my mind and body for granted. I didn’t study them for myself in a deep experimental way but rather just assumed things about how they worked, or went with conventional wisdom. The last few years however, I have…

I believe there exists a secret hack for athletic motion. When we try to mimic a beautiful graceful motion we tend to focus on the movement of the obvious gross parts of the body such as the torso, arms, legs and head. I believe this leaves out a critical part…

Note: draft version — in speculative exploration — last update 11/08/21. I’m progressing down this very strange but intriguing and fruitful path of exploration.

This essay’s golf algorithm is encoded in my Golf Swing Simulator. (only for non-mobile browsers).

“One of the great fascinations of golf is the instinctive feeling a player gets soon after he has taken the game up that there is an…

“What you are the world is. And without your transformation, there can be no transformation of the world.” — Jiddu Krishnamurti

I’ve distilled in summary form below the nonduality “algorithms” or practices that have been helpful for me. These are mostly based off the modern and lucid teachings of Akilesh…

The Windhover at Stanford

I was recently introduced (by Akilesh Ayyar) to a form of waking meditation called self-inquiry. The gist of this technique is that you try and recognize your true self which can be described roughly as the self that is awareness (rather than the self that is entangled with your thoughts)…

Eugene Jhong

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