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"... david certainly wanted to move and play like other boys, and around the age of seven or eight, he decided that by watching what they did, he should be able to work out in his head the various bodily movements involved in catching a ball or climbing a tree. by carefully planning each move, he would then be able to control his body. a few years later, at around ten or twelve, he was walking in the woods woods with a group of boys when they came to a stream traversed by a series of rocks. again, it was the sort of situation that troubled him. he would now have to plan a head, note the position of the rocks, and decide where and how to place his feet. for david, physical security came in assuming trusted positions: he would move only when he had developed sufficient confidence. yet as soon as he jumped onto the first stone, he realized that it was impossible to stop long enough to plan the next step. crossing the river, jumping from stone to stone, could be done only in one continuous movement. if he tried to stop or even thinkg about what he was doing, he would fall in. his only hope was to keep moving. this moment of insight became so significant to him that he told the story many times during his life. up to that point, david had assessed each situation in his life, never fully committing himself, always fearful of being pulled along by "irrational currents".

at that moment, however, he suddenly realized that security does not require control and stillness but can come in a freely flowing movement...."

f david peat in "INFINITE POTENTIAL ~ the life and times of david bohm" (1997, by addison wesley)

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... bohm's life ~ basic facts compiled by wikipedia, cick
... "brief biography" on bohm ~ by f david peat cick
... collected bohm quotes ~ taken from several books cick
... excerpts from bohm's book "on dialogue"
... bohm dialogue online ~ TT The Table
... bohm & factor & garrett ~ "dialogue: a proposal", 1991 cick
... bohm & factor & garrett ~ deutsche version / german version , cick
... bohm & factor & garrett ~ traduction franšaise / french version , cick
... bohm on "meaning" cick
... interview w/ bohm for OMNI magazine ~ by f.d. peat & john briggs cick
... conversation w/ bohm and: e.t. nadda & coleen rowe cick
... bohm's "active information" ~ by f.d. peat, cick
... bohm's "implicate order" ~ by david pratt for sunrise magazine cick
... david bohm on krishnamurti ~ an introduction cick
... "bohm's sad life and his strange relationship with krishnamurti" ~ by martin gardner cick
... david bohm's science and exile ~ by olival freire cick
... lee nichol (bohms editor at routledge) on bohm-dialogue ~ "wholeness regained" cick
... bohm on "self, society and proprioception" cick


... a selection of the "flow of meaning" between participants of the on-line dialogue cick


... small clip of bohm in copenhagen, 1989, @ the niels bohr institute
... f david peat on bohm ~ objects vs process, language, etc
cick (c) f.d.peat
... f david peat on bohm ~ on art & wholeness ~ the implicate & explicate order
cick (c) f.d.peat
... david bohm on "perception" (conversation with bill angelos)


... bohm on thought like a polluted river
cick (editor pat styer; thanks)
... bohm on values, money, identity
cick (by pat styer)
... bohm critiques quantum theory and discusses understanding in science
cick (c) f.d.peat
... bohm on understanding and on science as a work of art
cick (c) f.d.peat
... bohm on the Implicate Order
cick (c) f.d.peat


... some pictures of david bohm ~ for now
godogoogle will do

                   b o h m   i l l u s t r a t e d :
... why is this man so depressed
... TAS (thought as a system)
... david krishnamurti
... david krishnamurti II
gif animation
... more&less depression
... beware: thinkgs a head : "on dialogue"
... separating thinkgs ~ to give the i a break
... bohm & krishnamurti ~ are these men criminals 1
... bohm & krishnamurti ~ are these men criminals 2
... no title
... bohm and the woman who beat herself in defense

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