(didn't find it in dutch, sorry). Using famous paintings as support (a good reason to take the "paper" version, not the electronic); he touches on meditation and diverse ways it touches us. A very nice and thoughtful introduction to meditation.
@PetiteSheWolf Yes! Thank you very much. I needed that little nudge to get started. There's so much information to be found about meditation/mindfulness but a lot of it is either stuff that I already know/is just common sense or that is a bit too esoteric for my tastes. This seems great. I'll walk to the (English) bookstore later and see if they might have it, or else I'll order it. Will let you know how I like it!
Yesterday I accidentally hurt my head and I am still feeling some occasional dizziness and lack of concentration. That's why maybe this will be all the exercise I'll do for today; I'd rather not jump around too much.
If I do decide to do something extra, I'll add it later.
I didn't accomplish all that I had wanted to do today, because I was both busy and tired. So no Hybrid Calisthenics practice and only level II of Zero Hero. Today's plank variations were still quite challenging, but I think they are slowly improving.
@PetiteSheWolf I picked up he book that you suggested earlier at the bookshop today. So far I only got to read the first few pages but I'm looking forward to reading more. I'm pretty sure I'll like it!
Once again, not much exercise today. I'm working long hours this week and next week as well, because I'm covering for a colleague that has to spend some time recovering from surgery. So no time in the mornings and too tired in the evenings... Ah well, I guess it's ok to do a little less for a few days.