When we attempt to change our rhythms, whether rhythms of rumination or habit formation, what is it exactly we are doing?
An introduction to Julia Kristeva’s analysis of the role of rhythm and language in depression.
Does Mihály Csíkszentmihályi’s research on flow have anything to do with the Christian’s experience of time in worship?
Rhythm is tied to time. We cannot experience one without the other. But in certain cases, rhythm can also effect a suspension of time.
Most agree that liturgy is rhythmic. What is less clear is how this rhythm relates to all the other rhythms of life.
This is a series on a class about rhythm that I’m teaching this semester. Class 1: The Rhythms of the Body, their Role in self-care, and their impact on worship.