steven nash Posted about 1 year ago There seems to be a conflict between being online and in the body - suggestions to solve that. I agree completely. The solution is to consciously spend time away from the computer, or any screen. Our bodily senses are designed to dynamic, 3-dimensional landscapes, the use of peripheral vision, sounds that come from different locations and distances...all of this is flattened and lay to waste when our primary mode of experience is a 2d screen and the speakers from our computer. Our peripheral vision is weakened, our vision adjusts, because our body is adaptive, but is it for our greatest benefit? I believe it dulls our senses, and furthermore, ultimately leads us to a subtle yet powerful sense of experiencing the world as "over there" or not related to us, behind a screen, basically. We lose our connection with the real world.