Walking the Floor with Alexander — 3 Comments

  1. Good post Robert. I haven’t asked people what kind of floors they live with yet but often use the sounds of the feet connecting with the floor as an observation point. Sounds of contact as out bodies interact with the things of the world are great moments to notice what we’re doing with our thinking.

  2. Off at a little bit of a tangent here but walking on grass lawn feels great in the ankles, knees and hips but then stepping onto the concrete path…. no thanks! Straight back onto the grass.

    And that’s just walking. Not going to run on hard surfaces!

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